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Easy Berry Vodka Cocktails are quick to make with only a few ingredients. You don’t even need a shaker. And these festive summer drinks sugar-free.
While I’m not much of a drinker, I do enjoy a delicious cocktail on holidays and special occasions.
And the prettier the drink, the better!
I’m particularly fond of fruity beverages that are naturally sweetened.
That’s why I decided to create these gorgeous summery berry vodka cocktails.
The inspiration for Berry Vodka Cocktails was the festive red, white, and blue Absolut America vodka bottle I picked up.
And I was so excited to use this spirit in my recipe when I found out that Absolut’s National Charity Partner this summer is Keep America Beautiful.
Plus they are committed to donating $100,000!
If you’re not familiar with this organization, they work to end littering, improve recycling, and beautify communities.
Helping couldn’t be easier.
All you need to do is upload or share on social media a photo showing how you “party with a purpose,” and Absolut will donate $1 to Keep America Beautiful.
Be sure to use the hashtag #AbsolutAmerica.
You can share your version of a berry vodka cocktail, or try a featured Absolut recipe.
Another easy one to make is an Absolut Lemonade/Iced Tea. Just combine 1.5 parts vodka, 2 parts lemonade, 2 parts iced tea, and garnish with a lime.
I also like that Absolut contains no artificial ingredients.
In addition, in certain states, you’ll find a $2.00 save now coupon or a $3.00 mail in rebate on one 750 ml bottle of Absolut vodka.
It’s really easy to make Berry Vodka Cocktails.
First you add the berries and basil to a tall glass.
You don’t need to have a cocktail shaker to make these mixed drinks.
And if you want to make several at once, you can use a pitcher to make a batch.
Anyway, use a muddler or the back of a wooden spoon to crush the fruit and herbs.
This brings out the flavors and will turn your beverage a beautiful color.
Since I’m not a professional bartender, I use shot glasses to measure out the vodka and fresh lemon juice.
I like the ones that have the measurements listed on the side.
But if you make a lot of cocktails, feel free to eyeball it.
The vodka and lemon juice go into the glass with the muddled berries and basil.
Then add as much ice to the glass as you like.
I prefer using crushed ice, but ice cubes are fine, too.
The last ingredient is club soda.
You don’t need to measure the club soda.
Just add as much as you like.
I prefer to top off my glass since I don’t like overly strong cocktails.
But the choice is up to you!
No sugar is needed to make Berry Vodka Cocktails.
Did you notice that I didn’t add any sugar to the drink?
It’s easy to keep these cocktails sugar-free since the fresh berries add just the right amount of sweetness.
As a result, a berry vodka cocktail is under 150 calories!
Berry Vodka Cocktails are delicious with all types of cuisine.
Now let’s make Easy Berry Vodka Cocktails!
Easy Berry Vodka Cocktail
Easy Berry Vodka Cocktails are quick to make with only a few ingredients. You don't even need a shaker. And these festive summer drinks sugar-free.
- 1/2 cup fresh berries (blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and/or sliced strawberries)
- 3 fresh basil leaves
- 1 1/2 ounces Absolut vodka
- 1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice
- ice crushed or cubes
- club soda
- additional berries for garnish (optional)
Muddle the berries and basil in a tall glass.
Pour in the lemon juice and vodka.
Add as much ice as desired.
Top off the glass with club soda.
Stir and garnish with additional fresh berries, if desired. Enjoy!
To make several cocktails at once, use a pitcher instead of glasses for making the cocktails.
If you make Easy Berry Vodka Cocktails, or any of the other recipes on the website, I would love to see your creations!
Use the hashtag #veggiessavetheday on Instagram and tag Veggies Save The Day so I don’t miss seeing what’s cooking in your kitchen. In addition, you can post your photos on the Facebook page Veggies Save The Day or in the Facebook group.