Kick-Off Memorial Day Weekend & Summer with BLUE ICE VODKA Cocktails

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With Memorial Day Weekend and summer right around the corner, start cooling off with these refreshing cocktails from the award-winning spirits team at Blue Ice Vodka.

Enjoy these classic cocktails with a vodka twist including the American Mule, Vodka MojitoSpiked Cherry Lemonade Slushy, and Blue Grapefruit Cosmo.



American Mule
Blue Ice Vodka, Lime Juice, Simple Syrup and Ginger Beer – Garnished with lime wedges

Blue Ice Vodka American Mule

* 1 1/2 oz. Blue Ice Vodka
* 1/2 oz. fresh lime juice
* 1/4 oz. simple syrup
* ginger beer
* Lime wedges, for garnish

Lightly shake vodka, lime juice, and simple syrup. Add ginger beer and shake. Serve in a copper mug and garnish with lime wedge.


Vodka Mojito
Blue Ice Vodka, Lime, Sugar, Mint, and Soda Water

Vodka Mojito

1.5 oz Blue Ice Vodka
1 teaspoon sugar
1/2 lime
5 sprigs mint
Soda Water

Put the sugar in a tall glass, squeeze in the juice of 1/2 a lime, and toss in the squeezed lime shell. Add mint to the glass and muddle everything together. Finish by adding the vodka and a handful of ice. Fill with chilled soda water and lightly stir.


Spiked Cherry Lemonade Slushy
Blue Ice Vodka, Crystal Light Lemonade, Cherry Syrup, and Water – Garnished with Maraschino Cherries

Vodka Slush

2 oz Blue Ice Vodka
1 teaspoons Crystal Light Lemonade
1/2 teaspoon cherry syrup
3/4 cups water
1 cup ice
maraschino cherries (garnish)
Add all ingredients into a high power blender and blend until the drink has a smooth and slushy texture. Pour into 2 glasses. Garnish with maraschino cherries.


Blue Ice Vodka’s “Blue Grapefruit Cosmo”

Blue Ice Vodka’s ‘Blue Grapefruit Cosmo’

· 2 oz Blue Ice Vodka
· 1 oz Blue Curacao Liqueur
· 1 tablespoon Grenadine
· 0.5 oz grapefruit juice
· 0.5 oz simple syrup

Combine Blue Ice Vodka, Blue Curacao, grapefruit juice, and simple syrup in a mixing glass. Stir to combine and to prevent cloudiness. Strain into chilled martini glass. Add tablespoon of grenadine.


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