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Add vodka, grapefruit juice, orchid petals and 1 ounce of the St. Germain to a cocktail shaker with ice and shake well.
He’s named two drinks in honor of the show: The Big Tasty combines creme de cocoa, cherry vodka, and Coke, while the JTP (aka Jenkintown Posse) has orange juice, Tanqueray gin, and peach schnapps.
Finally, in 2016, small, artisan distilleries won the right to sell its bottles of vodka, gin, whiskey and other spirits on Sundays for carryout too.
Unlike beer or wine, a shot of vodka can actually reduce blood sugar levels.
Officers found vodka, scotch and prescription drugs in the home and copper wire mesh, often used for smoking narcotics, on the floor.
Cap it all off at another renowned spot, Bemelman’s Bar at the Carlyle, where the best-selling Passion Royale cocktail is made with passion fruit-infused vodka, lime juice, and a splash of Champagne.
The purchase will combine two of the world’s largest closely held distillers, putting Grey Goose vodka, Dewar’s scotch and Bacardi rum under the same banner as Patron’s famous tequilas.
Its brands also include Grey Goose vodka, Bombay Sapphire gin, Dewar’s Scotch whiskey, Martini vermouth and sparkling wines and Cazadores and Corzo tequilas as well as emerging spirits.
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Origin and Etymology of vodka
First Known Use: circa 1803See Words from the same year
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Definition of vodka for English Language Learners
: a strong, clear alcoholic drink that is originally from Russia
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