Whipped cream flavored vodka is smooth, silky and tastes like freshly whipped heavy cream. While it works well in cocktails, not everyone has the time or patience to make a perfect cocktail. Pairing soda with whipped cream vodka is quick, simple and gets the job done -- and no one will know you were in a rush. For each drink, use one shot of vodka for every 8 ounces of soda.
If you like orange creamsicles, you’ll enjoy orange soda and whipped cream vodka. Because this drink serves best cold, chill the vodka in the freezer or drop in a few ice cubes before serving. If you’re out of orange soda you can use orange juice, but you’ll lose out on the fizz associated with orange soda’s carbonation.
The nostalgic flavor of a root beer float comes to life when you pair whipped cream vodka and root beer soda. There's no need to add ice cream because the whipped cream vodka provides the creamy flavor for you.
A lemon or lemon-lime soda creates a refreshing drink that works in both summer and winter. The flavor will remind you of a creamy key lime pie or creamy lemon pie.
Diet or regular cola creates a cream soda effect when paired with whipped cream vodka. Add 1 tablespoon of cream for every 8 ounces of soda for a creamier texture and flavor. Instead of using ice cubes, used crushed ice.
If you’re out of soda, there are plenty of quick fixes to pair with your whipped cream vodka. Coffee with whipped cream vodka makes a mock Irish coffee. Mix whipped cream vodka with an energy drink to create an unexpected spin on a bar classic. Cranberry juice pairs nicely with whipped cream vodka and can help tame the tart flavor of the cranberries.
- The Flavor Bible; Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg
Shailynn Krow began writing professionally in 2002. She has contributed articles on food, weddings, travel, human resources/management and parenting to numerous online and offline publications. Krow holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles and an Associate of Science in pastry arts from the International Culinary Institute of America.