Vodka Cocktails for Your Next Party

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Perhaps you’re getting together for the Super Bowl. Maybe you are planing a bit Valentine’s Day meal. You may just be thinking about hosting a brunch sometime in the near future to get out of the cold and make it through the rest of winter. Here are a few vodka cocktails to get you started with the drinks portion of your affair. These winter-ready concoctions will keep you warm and toasty on the inside while entertaining or if you prefer to sit by the fireplace at the end of the week.


  • Grande to Go 1 of 5
    Grande to Go
    May I suggest you don't literally take this coffee "to go."
    What's in it:
    2 oz Belvedere Pure
    ½ oz Kahlua
    1 ½ oz Starbucks Seattle
    Latte RTD Build
    Rocks glass, cubed ice
    Mix your Grande to Go
  • Bloody Brutus 2 of 5
    Bloody Brutus
    The perfect cocktail for brunch with friends.
    What's in it:
    1.5 oz Belvedere Bloody Mary
    1.5 oz Clamato juice
    3 dashes Cholula hot sauce
    Dash Lemon juice
    Mix your Bloody Brutus
  • Warsaw Breeze 3 of 5
    Warsaw Breeze
    A bit of apple, a bit of vodka. Well, if I must.
    What's in it:
    1.5 oz Belvedere Pure
    ½ oz caraway syrup
    1.5 oz pressed apple juice
    Lime juice
    Mix your Warsaw Breeze
  • Unfiltered Buckeye 4 of 5
    Unfiltered Buckeye
    Garnish this cocktail with a ripe olive.
    What's in it:
    2 oz Belvedere Unfiltered
    Dash Dolan Vermouth
    Mix your Unfiltered Buckeye
  • Belvedere Intense Sour 5 of 5
    Belvedere Intense Sour
    Bitters are all the rage, and grapefruit is prime right now. Grab this one. Today.
    What's in it:
    Belvedere Intense
    20ml lemon juice
    Dash grapefruit bitters
    Dash egg white
    ½ oz white grapefruit juice
    10ml simple syrup Dry shake all ingredients. Add ice. Shake and strain over cubed ice into a rocks glass. Garnish with caramelized grapefruit.
    Mix your Belvedere Intense Sour and find more on the Belvedere website.

Images and drink recipes used courtesy of Belvedere Vodka.

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