Vodka is universal: everywhere in the world, this alcoholic Beverage - to drink with moderation - is synonymous with shared pleasure. The mild taste of vodka is particularly well suited for making cocktails. Imperial Montreux has selected for you seven recipes among the most famous of this enchanting beverage.
A classic among classics, this sunshine-coloured vodka cocktail will delight your palate.
Mix the whole with ice cubes and serve with a few pieces of fruits according to your taste.
A must which comes from Canada, its great originality lies in its spicy side.
Start by rimming a large glass: wet the edge with lemon juice, turn the glass and dip it in celery salt. Stand the glass upright and add vodka, ice cubes, Tabasco and Worcestershire sauce. Then fill it with clamato juice by adding salt and pepper according to your taste. You can decorate it with a stalk of celery.
Tropical sour cocktail lovers, the Blue Lagoon is for you !
Mix everything with ice cubes and then serve it! You can display it with a nice lemon zest.
Here is a vodka based cocktail, a classic from the United States, popularized by the cinema as being a feminine beverage.
4 cl of vodka
2 cl of Cointreau and Grand Marnier
1 cl of lime juice
Shake everything with ice cubes and serve in a large glass decorated with a slice of lemon.
Popularized by "The Big Lebowski" cult film of the Coen brothers, the White Russian can be tasted in the United States since the last fifty years...
5 cl of vodka
4 cl of coffee liqueur
3 cl of fresh cream
Prepare directly in the glass: first a few ice cubes and then mix everything gently.
According to the legend, this mythical vodka based cocktail owes its name to the writer Ernest Hemingway. It is especially known for curing hangovers.
10 cl of tomato juice
5 cl of vodka
The juice ofhalf a lemon
A few drops Worcestershire sauce
2 or 3 drops of Tabasco
1 pinch of celery salt
1 pinch of pepper
Cool down the cocktail by mixing the ingredients with a few ice cubes in a shaker. Pour and then add salt and pepper. Decorate with a slice of lime.
This cocktail is well known for being the preferred order of the most famous secret agent: James Bond does not hold back nearby a bar.
6 cl of vodka
2 cl of white Martini
1 green olive
Shake the vodka and the white Martini with crushed ice in a shaker. Pour in a Martini glass, add the olive and garnish with lemon.