Pinnacle Vodka
There’s nothing quite like a ripe, juicy peach once the weather gets warm. This simple, three-ingredient cocktail channels that delicious fresh fruit.This recipe is courtesy of Pinnacle Vodka.
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Sparkling Watermelon Lemonade
There are few things more purely refreshing than a minty watermelon lemonade. This incredibly easy cocktail is filled with bright, fresh fruits and herbs, creating a drink you won’t be able to stop sipping.This recipe is courtesy of Sparkling Ice.
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sparkling vodka
Photo and recipe courtesy of Sparkling Ice.
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cider
Need a refreshing cocktail this winter? Look no further than this Ketel One Vodka Spiced Winter Cider recipe.Recipe courtesy of Ketel One Vodka.
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Spelt Penne alla Vodka
Even if you're like me and can barely suppress an eye roll at the mention of words like "healthy grains," I guarantee that you'll like spelt — and specifically spelt pasta. It legitimately tastes like the real thing — none of that dense, chewy texture you get with other alternative grains. And while I'm not 100 percent sure I'm justified in feeling a lot less guilty about eating pasta when it's made with spelt, I definitely do, which is a real bonus. See all quinoa recipes. Click here to see Healthy Swap-Outs, One Grain at a Time.
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blue ice vodka lemon
This recipe, provided by Blue Ice Vodka, a handcrafted, gluten-free, non-GMO, American potato vodka, is simple, light, and perfect for spring.
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vodka soda
This one may be obvious, but we believe it’s highly underrated for how low in calories it is, so we decided to include it on our list of the best low-calorie cocktails. Luckily for you, there are flavored seltzers that contain no calories, so this summer standby doesn’t have to be flavor-free. Add zesty lemon, lime, or fresh herbs!
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Jelly Bean Vodka
Jelly beans are to the candy world as glitter is to the craft world: You’ll be finding their remnants for weeks to come. The good news is that there isn’t much you can’t make with jelly beans. They are perfect as dessert decorations and fabulous for creating eye-catching centerpieces. Another delicious thing you can do with leftover jelly beans is infuse vodka. Simply separate the jelly beans by flavor and you’ll have a variety of cocktails you can enjoy for weeks to come.
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Spiked Pink Lemonade
Spike your homemade strawberry lemonade with a splash of vodka for a refreshing spring and summer cocktail.This recipe is courtesy of What’s Gaby Cooking.
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  This originally started out as a new cocktail I was creating, but after a while I realized it makes a great quick appetizer "shot." The vodka is so subtle that the gazpacho is really the main attraction. 
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Clamato
This Ketel One Vodka Clamato drink brings a New England touch to the classic Bloody Mary cocktail. Need more recipes to satisfy your Bloody Mary fix? Try the Ketel One Vodka Southwest Bloody Mary or Ketel One Vodka Classic Bloody Mary recipes.Recipe courtesy of Ketel One Vodka. 
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Vodka Cranberry Remix
Substituting out summer cranberries, Mo Hodges at BIG creates this sweet-and-sour vodka drink with pomegranate, blood oranges, aperol, and Curacao.
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