Celebrate the warm weather like an Icelander on April 20th with Reyka Vodka cocktails on the First Day of Icelandic Summer (Sumardagurinn Fyrsti). In former times, Icelanders used the Old Norse Calendar which divided the year into two seasons; winter and summer. Today, regardless of temperature, many Icelanders welcome the first day of Icelandic summer by wearing shorts and short t- shirts while attending their annual celebration and watching scout troupes and brass bands stroll by.
Reyka Vodka, straight from Iceland, utilizes Arctic spring water, geothermal energy, and lava rock filtration to create the smooth-taste, silky finish and the distinctive flavor of Reyka.
Sip on the Iceland’s native, Reyka by trying the delicious Siren cocktail recipe and raising your glass to the rising temperatures and sunshine!
Siren by Ingi R. Sigurdsson
3 parts Reyka Vodka
1 ½ parts fresh lemon juice
1 part simple syrup (1:1)
1 part St. Germaine
6 parts champagne
Glass: wine glass
Garnish: favored ice cubes
Combine all ingredients into cocktail shaker except champagne. Shake, top, garnish and serve.