This red, white, and blue Patriotic Vodka Cocktail made with CH Vodka is a festive way to celebrate the Fourth of July or any day you’re feeling especially patriotic.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of CH Distillery. All opinions are 100% mine.
PATRIOTIC VODKA COCKTAIL
My brother is a bartender at a couple bars in Downtown Detroit. They’re very trendy spots so I was excited to visit him on our last date night.
We first stopped at a new restaurant but the drink menu didn’t have any vodka cocktails.
The second place was the same – no vodka. Third bar – same.
I get that I had a baby and don’t get out much anymore but when did Detroiters stop drinking vodka?? It’s all I drink.
Luckily, the good people of Chicago have some sense.
CH Distillery is Chicago’s local vodka. Not only is it a distillery, it’s a destination with dinner, cocktails, tours, and private events. I’ve been to similar here in Detroit and would love to try it out on our next trip.
CH Distillery Spirits also makes gin, rum, bourbon, limoncello, and brandy, but I’ll stick with the vodka. It has a clean, light sweetness and a peppery finish.
Since 4th of July is right around the corner, I used CH Vodka to make a fun red, white, and blue themed cocktail. It’ll be perfect for your next BBQ or just the next time you feel like sitting on your back porch with a cold drink.
If you’re into shots, try my red white & blue jello shots!
- 1 1/2 oz. CH Vodka
- 1/2 oz. triple sec
- 1/2 oz. blue curacao
- 1/2 oz. sweet & sour mix
- 1 dash grenadine
- Mix all ingredients except grenadine in shaker to chill, pour into a glass with ice.
- Add dash grenadine and watch it sink to bottom.
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We haven’t been to Chicago in a couple years but it’s only a four hour drive so CH Distillery is on my next Chicago to-do list.