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Celebrate National Vodka Day in Ultimat Style

Photo courtesy of Ultimat Vodka

Photo courtesy of Ultimat Vodka

 

VODA means water for life. Here at the magazine, our water for life has a multitude of meanings, and to celebrate National Vodka Day today, October 4th, we’re going with the Russian translation of voda, which means vodka. Nothing but the best will do so we’ve chosen to celebrate with Ultimat Vodka. It is contained in a beautiful, cobalt blue decanter too stunning to hide away in a liquor cabinet. We keep ours on full display. The luxury glassware line, Riedel, has crafted custom vodka snifters in which to enjoy this fine spirit.  It’s made from a trifecta of potato, wheat, and rye in Poland, exquisitely distilled and filtered for a vodka that not only looks pretty, but tastes superlative.  We decided to keep it simple this National Vodka Day and enjoy ours on the rocks with a simple lemon twist.

Try these other classic recipes as well:

Ultimat Martini

  • 4oz Ultimat Vodka
  • Slight hint of dry vermouth

Stir and serve in a martini glass

Garnish with an olive

Ultimat Cosmopolitan

  • 1 1/2 oz Ultimat Vodka
  • 3/4 oz Patron Citronge Orange Liquor
  • 1 oz Fresh Lime Juice
  • 3/4 oz Cranberry Juice

Pour all ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well, strain into martini glass.

Garnish with an orange slice

Nicole Carbon

Nicole Carbon

Nicole Carbon is the Editor-In-Chief of VODA Magazine. She is based in beautiful Sarasota, FL. For over a decade, she has been writing for both print and online media outlets about food, wine, travel, and other lifestyle-related finds. She received her Level 2 Award in Wines certification from the Wine and Spirits Education Trust (WSET) and writes a monthly wine column in the Venice Gondolier Sun. She contributes to Edible Sarasota, writes a health and wellness blog, and various feature articles and content for other media outlets. Previously, she wrote two magazine columns titled “A Girl Walks Into a Bar,” and “Inside the Kitchen.” Her work has appeared in the Austin American Statesman, Austin MD, Austin Monthly, Austin Woman, Austin Man, Citysearch Austin and Los Angeles, CultureMap.com, JetBlue’s blog, SRQ Magazine, and the list goes on. She has also made TV appearances on local NBC and Fox news affiliates as well as Cooking Channel’s Eat Street.

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