Grapefruit Vodka Soda
Letting vodka steep with grapefruit segments-you don't want the bitter pith here-gives you a juicy, fresh grapefruit-infused vodka that retains the fruit's vibrant flavor and needs nothing more than club soda and ice to become a delicious, bone-dry cocktail. Orange, tangerine, and Meyer lemon would all be delicious here, too.
Fall in Love With Green Chile Vodka
Swap it in for your next Bloody Mary, try it with a tall pour of soda and a squeeze of lime—or in one of these three cocktails.
Even Wellness Expert Candice Kumai Can't Resist a Good Flavored Vodka-Here's Why
The health guru chef-writer dishes on her favorite cocktail upgrade for entertaining friends and family this summer.
11 Essential Vodkas Everyone Should Have in the Liquor Cabinet
For mixing into dirty martinis, splashing with soda, or spiking up any drink you can think of, vodka is a necessary bottle. And it’s key for entertaining; while some drinkers aren’t partial to gin, say, or tequila, virtually no one has a vodka aversion. But which should you get? Here are eleven bottles to know and try.
Boozy Watermelon Slushy
After last summer’s frosé frenzy, we’re all craving the next big chill. At Treasury in San Francisco, there’s always something icy churning at the bar. “Slushies signal a good time,” says beverage director Carlos Yturria, the brains behind this watermelon-based party starter, spiked with sherry and Aperol. Slideshow: More Frozen Drink Recipes