A fantastically refreshing cocktail, the Vodka Sunrise combines lemon soda, vodka and a touch of cherry juice to bring you the perfect summer cocktail.
Today I am blogging over at My Cooking Spot with a fantastically refreshing cocktail, the Vodka Sunrise. How can anyone go wrong mixing lemonade, vodka and a little sparkle? Umm, don’t think you can!
It has been getting pretty warm here in Florida already and it’s just April. So we start to think of cool drinks, like my Pineapple Coconut Mojito, pretty early in the year. This sparkling concoction came about when I found some delicious Italian soda while shopping at Whole Foods. They had a whole shelf of interesting flavors starting with the lemon soda that I chose as well as Blood Orange, Pomegranate and Tangerine. Doesn’t the sound of those flavors get your taste buds hopping?
It turned out to be a delightfully light and tangy cocktail that cools you off and quenches your thirst at the same time. Find the recipe at My Cooking Spot, or check it out below, and let me know what you think if you get a chance to try it. I will definitely be back with variations on this drink including one with the blood orange soda. Stay tuned!
More vodka cocktails
Martinis 3 Ways – whether you like the classic, a cosmo or a fruity version, there’s one for everyone!
Strawberry Thyme Lemonade – uses fresh strawberries, refreshing zesty lemon and a touch of thyme, good with or without vodka, to help you beat the summer heat.
Whipped Blood Orange Martini – is like an ice cold creamsicle in a glass. A creamy, summery combo of vodka, triple sec, blood orange marmalade & whipped cream that only takes seconds to whip up.
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- 5 oz Italian Lemon Soda or Sparkling Lemonade
- 1 1/2 oz. vodka
- Touch of cherry juice
- Garnish: Lemon slice
Fill a tall glass with ice and a slice of lemon if desired.
Pour in lemon soda.
Add vodka & lightly stir.
Add a touch of cherry juice for color and garnish edge of glass with lemon slice.