Top 10 bizarre vodka variants


Another all-American flavour classic, but this time from a French producer, is Pinnacle vodka.

Imagined as an vodka for autumn, recipes include “Spiced Pumpkin” (mixed with Irish cream liqueur and cinnamon) and “Pumpkin Cider” (combined with apple cider and dash of lemon sour poured into a caramel-swirled glass).

Cookie dough, cucumber, watermelon and hot cinnamon are also in the range.

One Response to “Top 10 bizarre vodka variants”

  1. Deepak Rajput says:

    Looks to be a good Vodka. Should be prefered by Indians, who has liking for sweets.

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