Jun 122012

Here are some cocktail recipes featuring Russian Standard Vodka to help put you in the mood to celebrate Russia Day today!

Andaz Wall Street, NYC – The Moscow Mule
2.0           oz             Russian Standard Vodka
.75           oz             Fresh Lime Juice
.75           oz             Ginger Syrup
3              dash       House Orange Bitters

Combine all ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake vigorously. Pour into a highball glass and enjoy!

The Setai, NYC – $100 Gold Martini
1.5 oz of Mission Hills Ice wine
1 oz Russian Standard Gold
.5 oz of Grand Marnier 150 Anniversary
.25 Louis XIII

Combine all ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake vigorously. Pour into a martinit glass and garnish with 24 karat edible gold flakes. Enjoy!

The Dutch, Miami – Havanna
.75oz fresh lemon juice
1.5oz home made grape jam
3 tarragon leave
2oz Russian Standard Vodka
add all ingredients to a mixing glass
add ice and shake for 20 seconds

Pour contents into stemless wine glass, top with sparkling wine, garnish with a mint sprig and some fresh cut grapes. Enjoy!


-About Russian Standard Vodka-

Russian Standard Vodka is the global leader in authentic Russian premium vodka. The Russian Standard vodka portfolio dominates the premium segment in Russia with a 50 percent market share and sales of over 2.5 million cases in 2010 in Russia and more than 75 export markets across Europe, the U.S. and Asia. Roustam Tariko, the founder of Russian Standard, introduced the flagship product, Russian Standard, in 1998 as the first authentic Russian premium vodka. Russian Standard vodkas are made with only the finest Russian ingredients, conforming to the formula for vodka established in 1894 by famed Russian scientist Dmitri Mendeleev for Russia’s Czars. Two years after launch, sales of Russian Standard surpassed all imported premium vodkas on the Russian market, leading to broad international expansion and the launch of Russian Standard Platinum in 2001, IMPERIA Vodka, the company’s luxury brand, in 2004, and Russian Standard Gold in 2008. www.russianstandardvodka.com

  One Response to “Russia Day Cocktails featuring Russian Standard Vodka”

  1. I thought you told me you weren’t much of a drinker? One day I would love to try the $100 Gold Martini. Just so I can be the cool guy had it, and can say ot was “ehh, pretty good”.

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