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    April 01 2015

    Ring in Spring With These Simple & Delicious Reyka Vodka Cocktails

    Grab some lemons and limes and mix up some fresh spring flavors!

    With the change of season comes new cocktails. Grab yourself some lemons and limes and mix up fresh flavors for the spring-time weather! Reyka has compiled several delicious recipes so you can put winter behind you while you cheers to summer and endless sunshine.

    Mule Riff

    - 1 ¾ parts Reyka Vodka
    - 1 part fresh lime juice
    -¾ part wasabi syrup
    -Ginger beer
    Combine ingredients. Shake and strain into rocks glass. Top with ginger beer and garnish with a lime wedge.

    Arctic Thyme

    - 2 parts Reyka Vodka
    - 1 part fresh lime juice
    - ¾ part simple syrup
    - Small handful of thyme
    - Pear cider
    Combine ingredients. Shake and strain into collins glass. Top with pear cider and garnish with thyme sprig.

    Little Devil

    - 1 ¾ parts Reyka Vodka
    - ¾ part fresh lemon juice
    - ¾ part maple syrup
    - ¾ part Ancho Reyes
    - Soda water
    Combine ingredients. Shake and strain into collins glass. Top with soda water and garnish with a lemon wheel.

    Heart on Fire

    - 1 ½ parts Reyka Vodka
    - 1 part fresh lime juice
    - 1 part hibiscus syrup
    Combine ingredients into cocktail shaker. Shake and double strain into coupe or martini glass. Garnish with a dried hibiscus flower.

    Lemongrass Cooler

    - 1 ¾ parts Reyka Vodka
    - ¾ parts fresh lemon juice
    - ¾ part lemongrass syrup
    - Club soda
    Combine ingredients. Shake and strain into collins glass. Top with soda and garnish with lemongrass straw and lemon wheel.

    Icelandic Paloma

    - 2 parts Reyka Vodka
    - 1 part fresh grapefruit juice
    - ½ part Ancho Reyes
    - ½ part simple syrup
    - ¼ part fresh lime syrup
    Combine ingredients. Shake and strain into collins glass. Garnish with black lava rock rim and a lime wheel.

    Click here for more delicious recipes from Reyka, and remember, always ‘skal’ responsibly!

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