Posts tagged as “Vodka


Published May 25, 2019 in Vodka

Books Vodka (Hardcover) The Vodka Companion: A Connoisseur’s Guide (Hardcover) Milk Eggs Vodka: Grocery Lists Lost and Found (Hardcover) The Vodka Cookbook (Hardcover) Viva Vodka: Colorful Cocktails with a Kick (Hardcover) Vodka: Discovering, Exploring, Enjoying (Hardcover) Absolut Book: The Absolut Vodka Advertising Story (Hardcover) Mini Bar: Vodka: A Little Book of Big Drinks (Hardcover) Make Mine Vodka (Hardcover) History of Vodka (Interverso) (Paperback)

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Vodka Recipes

Published December 1, 2010 in Vodka

1. Vodka Lemonade Ingredients 1 cup sugar 1/3 cup water, plus 8 cups 4 lemons, juiced Vodka Ice cubes Cooking Instructions In a saucepan, combine the sugar and 1/3 cup water and place over medium heat. Bring the mixture to a boil and then cook the sugar until dissolved but the syrup is still clear. Do not cook the sugar until it starts to turn color. Remove from heat and cool. In a pitcher, combine the syrup, 8 cups water, the lemon juice, vodka and ice and stir to combine. Pour into tall glasses and enjoy!   2. Spicy Pepper […]

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History Of Vodka

Published November 8, 2010 in Vodka

Among the world’s most popular beverage, Vodka is renowned for its unique taste and delusive appearance. Made from the distillation of a fermented substance, this clear and colorless liquid, although look like water, but contain high level of alcohol which easily provides an outstanding Russian flavor to drinkers in almost every occasion. Vodka is found every where in the world, especially in countries of central and Eastern Europe, where this drink was first created. It is widely believed that the name “Vodka” is a Russian word which is a diminutive of the word “water”. However, this explanation is not yet […]

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Published February 25, 2010 in Vodka
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How To Avoid Hangover

Published November 27, 2009 in Vodka

Hangover is an unpleasant physiological effects following heavy consumption of liquor or drug. Headache, nausea, sensitivity to light and noise, lethargy, dysphasia and thirst are the most commonly reported characteristics of a hangover. A hangover symptom is caused by Hypoglycemia, dehydration, Acetaldehyde intoxication, and vitamin B12 deficiency. Its symptom usually last 1 to 4 hours after alcohol was last consumed, although some reports claim two or three days. Over consumption of vodka can easily create a hangover symptom. According to medical researches, a glass of beer, wine or mixed drink contains not over 15 grams of absolute alcohol, while vodka […]

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Vodka Interesting Facts

Published November 21, 2008 in Vodka

Vodka is a typically colorless liquor, usually distilled from fermented grain. The name vodka comes from the Russian word for water: voda. In Ukrainian “vodka” is “horilka”. The first Russian “vodka” were grain concoctions used medicinally. Likewise, the Poles had vodka that was sometimes scented, and was used as aftershave. The origins of vodka cannot be traced, but it is believed to have originated in the grain-growing regions that now embrace Poland, western Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. It also has a long tradition in Scandinavia. Swedes were employing a form of vodka in the 15th century for gunpowder production. Vodka’s […]

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Brands Of Vodka

Published November 5, 2008 in Vodka

Rodnik (Russia) One of the greatest Russian Vodka, Rodnik stands as “The original recipe for vodka” of the world. Also known as the most expensive Russian Vodka, this Vodka brand is priced in the United States for $500 per bottle, and all of them was imported and sold exclusively. Rodnik produced from Russian winter wheat, water and birchwood filtration according to a 15th century formula, and this Vodka brand was handcrafted, distilled and bottled in Samara, the sixth-largest city in Russia.             Zubrowka (Poland) Known in English as Bison Grass Vodka, Zubrowka is anther best […]

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Vodka Around The World

Published October 29, 2008 in Vodka

Russia For Russians, vodka is a national beverage which is not only acts as an important drink, but also plays a representative role of the Russian way of life. Throughout the Russian’s history, they firmly believe that vodka was originated in their homeland. Some source claims that a drink similar to modern vodka first emerged in Russia around 950-1100 CE, but the name “vodka” was not originally called at the beginning, instead, the term “bread wine” was coined. In Russia, Vodka was not first used as beverage, but for medical purposes. Combined with herbs, Vodka was considered good to heal […]

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How Is Vodka Made?

Published July 15, 2008 in Vodka

In fact, different Vodka manufacturers conduct different methods of Vodka processing operation, these make their products contain unique and different flavors. However, there is a basic method of Vodka manufacturing process which is commonly used by several Vodka manufacturers around the world. This is a brief explanation of it. Selecting materials The Vodka’s producing process begins with the selecting materials process. In this introductory step, a wide range of staples such as grain, rye, wheat, potatoes, molasses, soybeans, grapes and sugar beets will be selected to produce a specific Vodka. This step is considered really important because different materials mean […]

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Vodka Blogs

Published June 1, 2008 in Vodka The Vodka Cookbook is an ideal blog created by John Rose. In this blog, you’ll find almost everything about vodka such as news, articles, recipes and much more. If you’re looking for the best vodka recipes, this blog is especially reserved for you. Find many interesting activities about vodka and learn how to create the best vodka drink from this blog. Learn about vodka’s history and other interesting information about Russia from this Russian government’s website. This blog gives you many useful advices and comments about how to drink vodka and stay sober, and also […]

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