TGIF: Friday cocktail with Blue Ice Vodka
Woo hoo! It’s Friday! If you’ve had a hectic week and can’t wait to unwind, then say it with me … “TGIF!” Let’s have a Friday cocktail with Blue Ice Vodka.
Blue Ice Vodka, if you haven’t tried it yet, is refreshing and smooth. It is made with Idaho Russet Burbank potatoes and naturally filtered water from the Grand Teton Mountains. The water is filtered through hundreds of feet of volcanic rock before reaching the aquifer. It is such a pristine source, that Blue Ice considers it “the very essence” of their vodka. Sounds crisp, huh?
Now, if you’re wondering what makes this vodka different, aside from the water source, it’s that it’s made with potatoes. Contrary to popular belief, vodka is not usually made with potatoes anymore. Instead, it’s often made with grains like corn. For people who want the original recipe for vodka and want to avoid corn, Blue Ice Vodka is the way to go.
Ready to sit back and relax with a nice adult beverage? Good, because Blue Ice Vodka has the perfect recipe for an excellent summer evening.
Cheers to the weekend!
- 1½ ounces Blue Ice Vodka
- 2 ounces orange juice
- 2 ounces fresh lime juice
- Fresh cranberry juice
- Orange peel for garnish
Combine vodka, orange juice and lime juice. Stir well. Top with cranberry juice and garnish with orange peel. Enjoy!
Recipe from Blue Ice Vodka
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