Friday, October 16, 2009

Do we have BLACK vodka in CANADA?



THESE ARE FROM MARTHA'S WEBSITE ... they look amazing!!


Ghost in the Graveyard
Serves 1
2 ounces black vodka
2 ounces creme de cacao or coffee-flavored liqueur
1 scoop vanilla ice cream
Pinch of finely grated nutmeg, for garnish
In a glass, combine vodka and creme de cacao, and set aside. Place a scoop of ice cream in a highball glass, and slowly pour vodka mixture over ice cream. Garnish with nutmeg; serve immediately.
Screwed-Up Screwdriver
Serves 1
1/4 cup ice
1/2 cup freshly squeezed tangerine juice
1 1/2 ounces black vodka
1 black licorice twist, for serving
Place ice in a tall glass. Pour juice into glass. Pour vodka over the back of a cocktail spoon into glass so it sits on top of juice and creates a layer of black. Slice 1/4 inch off each end of licorice, and use as a straw. Serve immediately.
Berry Scary Martini
Serves 1
1 cup ice
1 ounce black vodka
2 ounces cherry juice
Fresh raspberries and blueberries, for garnish
Combine ice, vodka, and cherry juice in a cocktail shaker; shake vigorously. Pour into a martini glass. Thread raspberries and blueberries onto a cocktail skewer, and place in drink. Serve immediately.

4 comments:

Jenn said...

I know! Doesn't it look awesome!!! I saw this on Martha's site too. Let me know about the black vodka.

Bamm-ela said...

Hi there,
I was telling my oh-so-well-connected best friend about your quest for black vodka. She immediately replied that she'd been buying it for years when she lived in Ontario and her family would make black martinis with dripping-blood rims for Hallowe'en. Since coming to Saskatchewan, she simply puts in a special order at the local liquor store and they bring it in for her. I believe she called it Blavod. Good luck!

jkddz said...

Thanks for the tip!!! I will at the LB tomorrow to request a bottle!

Saucy said...

Blavod... I'm going to ask the fam in Ont to look into this for me!