Swedish company Absolut is one of the absolute leaders in flavored vodka. The Absolut Berri Acai Vodka mixes fresh blueberry with the flavors of pomegranate and acai for a tart, sweet, and smooth purple berry flavor. Try mixing with cranberry juice and apple juice for a full fruit explosion.
Ciroc Summer Citrus Vodka features the fresh-squeezed flavor of sweet blood oranges. With lime zest and other citrus flavors, this is an exciting, tangy-flavored vodka perfect for summer or to give you that summer feeling in any season.
Gluten-free, Ciroc's Summer Citrus Vodka is distilled from French grapes. Add some to your grapefruit juice for a delightful, tart, citrus experience.
Finlandia was the first Scandanavian vodka sold in the US. Their vodkas are made from Suomi barley and glacial spring water. The Finlandia Grapefruit Vodka captures the bright, crisp tartness of grapefruit.
Get a little loopy with Three Olives Loopy. This vodka is flavored with lemon and sweet lime, and sugarcane. It has an orange and cherry finish. Experiment with adding it to your favorite juice or juice blend.
Why not try it with pineapple juice for an unexpected tropical delight the next time you host brunch?
Hanson of Sonoma is a family-owned and operated distillery in Sonoma, California. Their grape-based vodka is gluten-free and non-GMO. Made from organic Meyer lemons, the Hanson of Sonoma Meyer Lemon vodka carries the sweet, tart, and herbal flavor this type of lemon is known for.
Add lemonade or make a spritzer and garnish with herbs.
Established in 2010, Deep Eddy is named after the oldest swimming hole in Austin, Texas. Their mission is to bring people together. The Deep Eddy Peach is a perfect excuse to do that. Made from real peach juice, this is beautiful in a bellini or down-home celebratory in iced tea or lemonade.
If you're looking for a slightly more subtle and delicate peach flavor, check out the Ketel One Botanical Peach & Orange Blossom Vodka. Lush and sophisticated, it features the flavors of white peach and orange blossoms.
Try this for a complex spritzer to add a little elegance to your lemon-lime soda or to enliven your cup of hot tea.
Grey Good vodka, a French wheat-based vodka, was established in the 1990s in France. The Grey Goose Le Melon Vodka uses fresh, handpicked melons from the south of France to fill this vodka with a subtle, smooth, sweet melon flavor.
Try it with white grape juice, apple juice, or orange juice. It's also great when added to lemon-lime soda.
New Amsterdam Vodkas are distilled five times and filtered three times for a smooth flavor. The New Amsterdam Red Berry Vodka blends raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, and boysenberries, giving you the full sweet and tart spectrum of berry flavor.
The added lime zest and vanilla round it out and give it the sweet juicy taste of berry pie. Add it to cola and serve for your next friends' night in!
Smirnoff Red White & Berry Vodka is a great way to start the summer and celebrate through the patriotic holidays. This vodka features cherry, citrus, and blue raspberry flavors in an unusual combination that might set fireworks off for your taste buds.
Make a spritzer, and add it to your favorite soft drink or lemonade.
Stolichnaya has been around for generations offering the next in traditional and flavored vodkas. The Stoli Razberi goes all in on the raspberry flavor; it is crisp with hints of citrus that highlight its sweetness and hints of pepper that complicate the raspberry's natural tartness.
Try with cranberry juice or add a little zing to an evening's decaf mocha.
If you'd rather have a tropical vibe for your next gathering, you might be looking for the Svedka Mango Pineapple Flavored Vodka. This Svedka brand uses Filipino mango and fresh pineapple to bring island flavor to your favorite cocktails.
Blend with lemonade, mix with cranberry juice, orange juice, or even coconut water.
It’s hard to generalize about fruity vodkas. They come in so many flavors and flavor combinations. Some use wheat or barley, and some are entirely gluten-free.
And the sky’s the limit with cocktail possibilities. They are worth picking up even if you have yet to decide on a specific drink.
Tell us in the comments which of these is your favorite fruity vodka and how you like to drink it.