What is the best vodka drink for winter?
- LION's gingerbread latte
- Black Forest Cherry Vodka
- Caramel Vodka Shots
- Baked apple vodka
1. LION's Gingerbread Latte
Gingerbread belongs to winter, like ice cream belongs to summer. So what better ingredient is there in a winter drink than the sweet and spicy pastries that you used to steal from the metal can at your grandparents? For this recipe, you simply cut a gingerbread into small pieces and put it in the cocktail shaker along with the other ingredients. Add a nice gingerbread rim to the glass and you have your first winter vodka drink, which tastes best in front of the warm fireplace.
2. Black Forest Cherry Vodka
The combination of chocolate and fruit has already proven itself in a variety of variations. Whether as chocolate fruits on the Dult, chocolate ice cream with hot raspberries or in the Black Forest cake. Why shouldn't this composition also work as a drink? We have created a recipe that will warm your heart. No matter whether you drink the cocktail on ice or hot. Here's the recipe:
3. Caramel Vodka Shots
Small but mighty. This short saying applies exactly here too. We think it doesn't always have to be a complex drink, it can also just be a small but nice short drink. And who can resist caramel? The preparation is very easy and the taste is excellent. Simply dissolve approx. 30 g of caramel in 100 ml of vodka and you're done. If you like it a little sweeter, just use a little more caramel. The caramel vodka shots work just as well iced as they do warm and can therefore definitely be used as a winter alternative Russian coke be seen.
4. Baked apple vodka
Who doesn't have their mouth watering when they hear the word baked apple? Just the smell that fills the kitchen when the apples sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar start to get hot in the oven and the sugar caramelizes... we can't get enough of the delicious "winter fruit" and were therefore convinced that this delicacy too in liquid form is worth a try. The result is delicious and can be enjoyed both pure and in a 50:50 mixture with clear apple juice - hot or cold.