February 25, 2008

Black (Vodka) is the new Pink (Vodka)

blavod.gifWe can't believe we just wrote that headline. For one, we're not huge fans of snowclones. Well, actually, we didn't even know that's what they were called. For two, we discovered black vodka way before we discovered any of of the pink-ish ones on our radar (namely P.I.N.K. and X-Rated).

We did a little Blavod review a couple years ago and liked it - and apparently they continue cranking out their inky goodness. Here's what Rick over at Martini Lounge had to say about the rise of the dark spirit:

Most black vodkas are colored through some natural process, whether it be Blavod's black catechu (an extract from the Acacia shrub) or Fruko-Shulz's humines, a polymer that helps you get your RDA of polymers.

Now you're cool enough to make drinks like the Black Widow (Black vodka and Red Bull) and the Black & Blue (Blue Curacao with a Black Vodka float).

more at Martini Lounge; we think you should actually mix Blavod with a pink vodka to see if you can cause some kind of dimensional flux.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at February 25, 2008 7:17 AM
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