What's the best way to drink flavored vodka?!

Question: What's the best way to drink flavored vodka?
Should it be mixed with something? Should it be chilled?


keep it in the freezer
drink it in chilled shots

Vanilla Vodka:
2 oz Vanilla vodka
1 oz Kahlua coffee liqueur
1/2 - 1 oz light cream

Chocolate Vodka:
6 oz cream soda
1 1/2 oz chocolate vodka

Cherry/Lime Vodka:
1 1/2 oz cherry vodka
1 1/2 oz lime vodka
1 oz orange juice

Raspberry Vodka:
1 oz Raspberry vodka
1/2 oz melon liqueur
1 oz 7-Up soda
1/2 oz cranberry juice

Citrus Vodka:
2 1/2 oz Citrus vodka
2 oz margarita mix
2 tbsp triple sec
juice of 1 lemon
2 packages sugar


>best way to drink flavored vodka
with your mouth.
herp derp.

straight shots though.
its already flavored so dont mix it otherwise you run the risk of creating a funky flavor.
and not the good kind of funk, like disco era. im talking funky like eating fecal matter.
that last statement MAY have been an exaggeration.

anyway, always chill your hard alcohols.
as long as its over 40% alcohol or something then it wont freeze so no worries there.

get all not sober and go here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meCR_vLuP…

I prefer to pour in vodka shot glasses and chilled them in a bucket of ice or chilled the whole bottle in advance and drop in berries / apple slice / lime slice / mint leaf / lemongrass in it.

I'd say they make those mainly for mixing. What you mix would depend on what flavor your vodka is...for instance pepper flavored is good in bloody mary's, while vanilla flavored would be good with orange soda or juice (like at two tone).

chill it, and lightly mix it with whatever you like, soda or other mixes, but dont use too much of the mix

shots. or with a friend

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