In honor of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, we recommend that you watch the events Russian-style with a glass of vodka in your hand. These cocktails are definitely medal-worthy.
Infused VodkasRussians are known for drinking vodka straight, but there's also a tradition of flavoring vodkas with herbs and spices. Our infusions range from traditional caraway to updated saffron-orange.
Pomegranate-Key Lime Vodka CocktailsMarry the flavors of pomegranate and Key lime for a light, fizzy cocktail that not only looks beautiful, but also tastes delicious.
Lemon VodkaYou can make this infusion with almost any combination of citrus fruit and liquor, but this is one of our favorites. Even better: You don't need the best-quality alcohol; the key is using something that's smooth and neutral in flavor.
Classic Dry MartiniUnlike James Bond's favorite cocktail, this version is stirred, not shaken. Chill vodka in the freezer so it's as cold as possible.
Satsuma Vodka-tiniMake a festive tangy vodka martini with Satsuma oranges and fresh cranberries.
Pumpkin Spice-infused VodkaInfuse your favorite vodka with the comforting flavors of vanilla, pumpkin, and nutmeg for a one-of-a-kind cocktail.
Bloody Mary PunchInstead of stirring all the ingredients together, serve optional shots of vodka on the side, and let guests add it or not.
Berry Vodka SpritzersMaximize the berry flavor in this colorful cocktail by adding raspberries and blueberries to berry-flavored vodka and club soda.
Blackberry-Vanilla Vodka LemonadeEnjoy a taste of summer during the winter with this tangy adult lemonade flavored with blackberries and a vanilla bean.
Vodka Ginger LemonadeThe first thing you'll notice is the lemon's mellow tartness, then sweetness before the low gingery heat settles in. All that excitement in one sip.
Zen SangriaSangria goes "zen" with the addition of green-tea vodka to white wine and fruit juices.
Chocolate Cream MartiniThis luxurious chocolate martini is both creamy cocktail and sweet dessert.