All of our favourite drinks have got bubbles in 'em: lager, champagne...erm, Tizer. In fact putting bubbles in quality drinks is such a great idea we can't believe vodka has escaped fizzification for so long. Step forward Sparkling Vodka
If you're looking' for bubbles you've come to the right place because this premium Swedish vodka
is brimming with the poptastic little blighters. Made using high-quality grain from the celebrated* wheat fields of Scandinavia and water sourced from the underground springs of Töllsjö, this exceptional spirit has been continuously distilled five times
before it is naturally carbonated.
Add your twist to this unique drink
But how does it taste, we hear you yell in parched anticipation? Well, sipping Sparkling Vodka is a whole new drinking experience. No, really. For starters you pop the cork
champagne-style, bringing a fabulously theatrical element to proceedings. The vodka itself is smooth and crisp, and the bubbles give it a wow-factor
that's hard to describe. It tickles and kicks like you wouldn't believe. Think of it as vodka with added va-va-voom or Sex and the City in a glass. Failing that, think of it as a potent neutral spirit full of fizz.
Taking into account its 40% alc/vol
factor, Sparkling Vodka demands respect, so it's best sipped neat as the ultimate shot, or combined with your favourite mixer. And that's where the fun begins because the possibilities are endless. It will add a bubbly twist
to martinis, screwdrivers, bloody marys and even champagne cocktails. Talk about double bubble trouble.
Just two serving suggestions to whet your appetite
The people behind Sparkling Vodka insist it must only be consumed when chilled to 4°C
, and who are we to argue because chilling it certainly adds to the overall experience. Bring a bottle to a dinner party and the champagne one-upmanship gang will soon vanish into the shadows. Sparkling Vodka: 1, Regular Champers: nil points. Haha and hiccup!
*Dunno about you but we celebrate them all the time.