3 oz. Cirrus vodka
Fill your martini glass with ice and add cold water. Let it sit.
Pour the vodka into your ice-filled shaker.
Shake it up – you are trying to get that delicious Cirrus vodka as cold as possible – shake for at least 15 seconds.
Pour the ice and water out of your martini glass. Now it’s time to add the vermouth. For a “dry” Martini add just a few drops of vermouth, for a “wet” martini, add more.
Pour the Vodka into your martini glass. Garnish with a lemon twist, olive or cocktail onion. We like to garnish with a few blue cheese stuffed olives – but’s that’s just us. Enjoy!
1 oz. Cirrus Vodka
1/2 oz. Simple Syrup
2 Lime Wedges
1 Lemon Wedge
½ Blood Orange, cut into wedges
Muddle Limes, Lemon and Blood Oranges together in highball glass (muddle enough to release the oil’s from the rinds, most important!).
Fill glass with ice, add simple syrup and vodka then transfer to shaker cup and shake vigorously.
Pour back in glass and top with club soda and roll in shaker pour in glass and garnish with a slice of Blood Orange.
** This cocktail changes according to the availability of the Farmers Markets. (Other featured seasonal: Mango and Spiced Rum, Blackberry with Blackberry Puree, Strawberry)
Courtesy – Todd Thrasher, Restaurant Eve
2 oz. Cirrus Vodka
Cirrus vodka tastes great chilled or at room temperature. You can’t say that about every vodka!
This is how the Master Distiller likes it . . . he thinks it’s the best way to taste the exceptional nuance and character of our exceptional vodka. And he’s right.