TGIF: Friday FALL cocktail with Blue Ice Vodka
This season, TGIF can stand for Thank God It’s Friday OR Thank God It’s FALL! With a delicious fall-inspired cocktail from Blue Ice Vodka, how about we celebrate the season and the weekend? Sound good?
I don’t know about where you live, but all around my city and neighboring cities there have been a ton of Halloween shops popping up – in the abandoned Walgreens, the old Toys R’ Us, an empty strip mall – everywhere! The signs for fall are here, that’s for sure. Unfortunately, the weather doesn’t quite scream “fall” in Florida. So, I’m packing in all the fall foods and drinks I can right now in order to feel the season a little more.
This cocktail from Blue Ice Vodka has all those traditional fall flavors – maple syrup, cloves, cinnamon and apples. You can have it warm (if you’re in a location that actually feels like fall) or pour it over ice (fellow Floridians, that variation is for you).
Blue Ice Vodka is so 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’s this pristine water source, plus the fact that Blue Ice is made with potatoes and not corn or grains, that sets it apart from other available vodkas.
“Fall” into the weekend and in love with Blue Ice Vodka with this Spiked Apple Cider recipe! Cheers!
- 6 ounces fresh apple cider
- Cloves to taste
- Cinnamon stick
- 1½ ounces Blue Ice Vodka
- ½ ounce maple syrup
Heat fresh apple cider with cloves and cinnamon stick. Strain into mugs (warm the mugs first, if serving warm). Stir in vodka and maple syrup. If serving cold, let cool slightly and then pour over ice. Garnish with a slice of apple and enjoy!
Recipe from Blue Ice Vodka
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