KEEP IT COLD
Vodka tastes best served up well-chilled. Simply tuck a bottle in your freezer and you’re ready to go.
Some fruit, such as citrus and melon, is best served fresh, while other fruit — such as blueberries, raspberries and blackberries — is just as tasty pulled from the freezer.
Ice cubes taste best newly frozen. On the morning of your get-together, make a few batches or buy a bag or two.
1. SMIRNOFF VODKA
Shake off any memories of winter, then shake up some slick cocktails with Smirnoff. It has soft grain flavours with a warm, smooth finish.
2. ICEBERG VODKA
Clear and smooth with welcome heat on the finish and delicate citrus notes. Versatile and a great value, this vodka makes an excellent base for many cocktails, from a spicy Caesar to a dry martini.
3. SMIRNOFF RASPBERRY FLAVOURED VODKA
Add a splash of fruitiness to cocktails this spring with the raspberry-infused deliciousness of Smirnoff. Also try it in homemade raspberry sorbet.
This month's featured vodka cocktail: