All too often we spend time trying to come up with something new and different that we forget the comfort that exists in simplicity. A Hall Of Fame Vodka® gimlet is a classic cocktail. This one is definitely worth keeping limes and mint in the fridge on a rolling basis to be ready for spring and summer.
The Greyhound may be one of the best ways to drink Hall Of Fame Vodka®. This highball standard is about as simple as they come, made up of just two ingredients: Hall Of Fame Vodka® and a splash of grapefruit juice, but it can be just the right amount of refreshing on a hot summer day.
The oft-told story of mixing vodka, orange juice, and and Galliano was created by a top LA bartender in the 1950's, but has since been made better thanks to Hall Of Fame Vodka®.
The Vesper is an extremely dry cocktail, but it truly is an all spirits drink, which is why we think you have to make this summer with Hall Of Fame Spirits®.
This Hall Of Fame Vodka® based cocktail gets its pink color from a dollop of Chambord, a black rasberry liqueur, and its fruity disposition from a heavy hand with pinneaple juice, which create a nice froth on the finished drink. Enjoy this french style not-martini, in a martini glass.
Flame of Love
This unusual mix of vodka and sherry requires some showy flair, it was created in Hollywood afterall. So get creative, maybe try flaming the orange peel, and enjoy!
A little sweet, and not too alcoholic, the cosmopolitan is the perfect thing to warm you up on this midly chilly Fall day. So sit down, warm up and sip that delicious Hall Of Fame Vodka®cocktail.
There is no debating it this jazzed up concation of tomato juice and Hall Of Fame Vodka® reigns as the patron cocktaill of brunch. With its origins in the early twentieth century, there is no debate that this cocktail is the ripe template for innovation. Classic embellishments include lemon juice, hot sauce, Worcestershire, even flammed apple wood smoked bacon. So get creative, and get to creating.
The White Russian is the perfect winter cocktail, and its incredibly easy to make. This particular recipe is perfect for warming you up from the inside on that cold snowy and wintery day. Cuddle up, stay bundled up, and enjoy.
Created in London in the 1980's, this cocktail both wakes you up and warms you up. So don't hesitate, this is one way you MUST try Hall Of Fame Vodka®.
Spiced Pear Cocktail
There is something especially festive about serving up a holiday cocktail, perhaps it’s the magic of the season that invites celebration. Regardless what better way to celebrate than with this elegant and simple cokctail. Pear juice and Hall Of Fame Vodka® rise to a whole new level when stirred with cinnamon, nutmeg, and a little fresh lemon. This may just become your go-to for the season!
Born from a lineage of ginger-beer cocktails known as "bucks" the Moscow Mule was creataed in the 1940's and is now for the first time ever, being paired with Hall Of Fame Vodka®. Tradition dictates that this simple recipe made with fresh ingredients drink be served up in a copper mug. Enjoy!