3 Vodka Cocktail Recipes Perfect for Sending off That Piece of Work, 2021

3 Vodka Cocktail Recipes Perfect for Sending off That Piece of Work, 2021
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Vodka often gets overlooked as a spirit. But the truth is that this smooth variety of booze is one of the most versatile options available. So, if you’re preparing for a dinner party or afternoon gathering with loved ones, it may just be the ideal option when planning the cocktail menu. To help with that process, we’ve pulled together a couple of festive vodka cocktail recipes that are perfect for when you’re in the mood for celebrating.

And if you want to be really extra, you can even purchase a limited-edition light-up bottle of Grey Goose Night Vision vodka this holiday season for $89.99.

Let’s begin pouring, shall we?

Vodka cocktail recipes for sparkly celebrations

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Le Grand Fizz cocktail recipe

What you’ll need:


  1. Fill an oversized cabernet wine glass with cubed ice.
  2. Add vodka, lime juice, and ST-GERMAIN®.
  3. Top with cold soda water and garnish with a fresh lime wedge.

Vodka Martini cocktail recipe

What you’ll need:

  • 50 ml GREY GOOSE® Vodka
  • 10 ml MARTINI® Extra Dry Vermouth
  • Dash of Orange Bitters


  1. Add GREY GOOSE®, vermouth, and bitters to a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
  2. Stir deliberately and strain into a chilled martini cocktail glass.
  3. Garnish with a twist of lemon.

Espresso Martini recipes

If you’re a big old fan of the espresso martini cocktail (which is vodka-based), we have a collection of recipes for the drink ready for you.

Here’s our standard recipe for you as a starting point.

What you’ll need:

  • 60 ml vodka
  • 30 ml fresh espresso or cold brew coffee
  • 15 ml ounce coffee liqueur
  • 10 ml ounce simple syrup


  1. Pour ingredients into a shaker, fill with ice, shake vigorously for about 12 seconds and strain into chilled martini glass or coupe.
  2. Extra credit: Garnish with 3 coffee beans.

Want to get really creative here? You could also infuse your vodka with a bunch of different flavours and give your classic vodka soda an upgrade, too.

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