Pinnacle Vodka is a famous brand of vodka known for its relatively smooth and crisp taste, especially for its value price.
It’s also known for having a wide array of vodka flavors in its lineup, which many people use as mixers for making cocktails.
Some of them are perfect for spring and summer cocktails, while others are a blessing in the fall and winter.
Check out this list of Pinnacle Vodka Flavors below!
Pinnacle Whipped is undeniably my favorite of the Pinnacle Vodka flavors because it adds the perfect sweet touch to a wide variety of cocktails.
I especially enjoy pouring it into hot cocoas, White Russians, and Espresso Martinis, but it's easy to get creative with this "adult whipped cream."
Pinnacle Kiwi Strawberry
If you want a fruity and uplifting, check out the Pinnacle Kiwi Strawberry vodka flavor.
This refreshing, fruity vodka highlights the famous kiwi strawberry flavor pairing and makes it easy to whip up a simple two-drink cocktail. Combine this with a club soda and get a light, delicious spring or summer beverage.
Pinnacle Cherry makes some of the juiciest summer cocktails with a simple splash.
It has a punchy flavor if you sip it on the rocks, but it can also be a balanced addition to your favorite bubbly mixers, such as tonic or coca cola.
Sometimes I avoid berry-based beverages because they are a bit too tart to drink a lot of, but adding just a bit of Pinnacle Raspberry vodka to your next drink will give it the perfect kick while guaranteeing a smooth finish.
I like combining it with simple syrup and cranberry juice in a cocktail glass for a more delectable taste and appearance.
Pinnacle Pineapple Citrus
Pineapple Citrus is a spin on the classic pineapple-based vodka flavors, adding a zesty twist to the mix.
It's easy to get into a relaxed, vacation-like mood just by pouring this into a glass over ice or mixing it with other tropical flavors like mango juice or coconut water.
Pinnacle Blueberry vodka is the perfect addition to a mild-tasting drink, as it adds a subtle hint of sweetness and freshness.
But I prefer using it as an extra kick for cocktails that have a kick, like margaritas, or just mixing it with club soda and ice for a simple yet refreshing drink.
Peach is one of the most underrated flavors, so I was excited to find out that Pinnacle had peach vodka.
Combining this vodka with lime juice and maple syrup creates the perfect balance of sweet and sour that will tantalize your taste buds. It's also good for making peach bellinis or slushies.
Pinnacle Tropical Punch
If you can't decide between oranges, limes, and grapefruits or are just starting to realize that your favorite cocktails include each of these ingredients, you'll probably love Pinnacle's Tropical Punch vodka.
This flavored vodka allows you to cut to the chase and get all your favorite tropical flavors in one go, making it the perfect summertime party bottle.
Pinnacle Cucumber Watermelon
Watermelon and cucumber flavor together are one of those combinations that almost everyone can agree are so delightful and refreshing.
It makes sense for Pinnacle to make it into vodka, and I love adding it to club soda and ice for a revitalizing drink. Don't hesitate to throw in some mint and sprinkle some sugar in there as well!
Pinnacle Cake Vodka
Pinnacle Cake vodka is one of the brand's more intriguing flavors that taste like, well, cake!
This is the perfect addition to any birthday party, wedding, anniversary, or other special events where celebrating is on the agenda!
Pinnacle Cherry Lemonade
The woody yet sweet taste of cherries combined with the sour and tart lemonade flavor is to die for, which is perhaps why Pinnacle chose to make a Cherry Lemonade vodka.
Because these two flavors are so distinct, I don't like to add too much to this vodka, but simply water it down with some tonic or club soda.
Pinnacle Chocolate Whipped
For lovers of all things chocolate, the Pinnacle Chocolate Whipped vodka flavor is a godsend and takes a variety of cocktails over the top.
It can go in all the cocktails the original Whipped flavor can go in, including Espresso Martinis, hot cocoas, White Russians, Chocolate Martinis, and more.
Pinnacle Whipped might be one of the most iconic of their vodka flavors, but Pinnacle's Coconut is not far behind!
I love how versatile it is, making virtually every tropical drink taste even better. Pina Coladas usually incorporate rum, but I like to use this instead for extra coconut flavor (or use both)!
If you like the spicier things in life, I highly recommend trying Pinnacle Habanero.
This goes well in punchy drinks like a Moscow Mule, a Spicy Passionfruit Martini, or a Habanero Basil Lemonade. If you're afraid of the heat, I would still give it a try because the smooth finish makes it very bearable.
Pinnacle Ruby Red Grapefruit
Fruity and slightly tart, Pinnacle Ruby Red Grapefruit vodka is perfect for those who enjoy the flavor of puckery grapefruits.
I love adding cranberry juice, a splash of ginger ale, and ice to this delicious vodka. It also goes well with fresh orange juice and a sprig of mint for a simple but flavorful drink.
Pinnacle Berry is a combination of different berry flavors in one vodka.
It's perfect for anyone who loves the taste of these fruits but doesn't want to buy multiple bottles for their favorite drinks. I also love adding this vodka to lemon-lime soda and some fresh blueberries to further heighten the berry flavors.
Pinnacle Orange is another highly versatile option out of the Pinnacle vodka lineup, giving you a refreshing taste of sunshine no matter what you mix it with!
You can get the Screwdriver cocktail flavor immediately upon pouring some of this into a cup, but I think it goes well mixed with some cranberry and apple juice, too.
Like peaches, I find blackberries to be criminally underrated, with their particularly tangy, tart, and rich flavor.
Combining this vodka with any fruit juice will create a great addition to any brunch or picnic.
Grapes and vodka are a match made in heaven, so it's only natural that Pinnacle offers its own version of this delicious flavor.
The grape notes are a bit more subtle and earthy than you might expect, but I like to add a few slices of fresh basil to bring out the flavor. Pinnacle Grape is also a great base for any wine-based cocktail, like a sangria!
Pinnacle Cinnamon Roll
Cake, chocolate, and whipped cream aren't the only dessert flavors that Pinnacle can offer.
If you love the smell of cinnamon rolls baking in the oven, then you'll adore this vodka. I like mixing it with some almond milk, maple syrup, and ice for an amazing Cinnamon Roll Martini.
Pinnacle Cotton Candy Vodka
The flavor of Pinnacle's cotton Candy Vodka is spot on and can take any childlike beverage to the adult level.
The best part is that you don't have to do much to make it into a party drink - just combine it in a punch bowl with some club soda!
Pinnacle Cookie Dough
Pinnacle Cookie Dough might be the most fun vodka flavor of them all.
Cookie dough is delicious on its own, but when you get to enjoy the flavor in the vodka version, the opportunities to make many dessert cocktails are at your fingertips!
Pinnacle Double Espresso
Pinnacle Double Espresso is perfect for those who admire the taste of coffee and want to put a pep in their step but have a little bit more fun than just drinking a normal cup of coffee.
Of course, using it for Espresso Martinis is a popular, easy choice.
Pinnacle Pecan Pie
Last up is Pinnacle Pecan Pie, a unique flavor that perfectly captures all the nutty, sweet flavor of pecan pie.
I like to mix it with some brown sugar and ice cream for a decadent, dessert-like drink, perfect for the fall and winter holiday seasons.
If you ever see a recipe that calls for flavored vodka, it’s very likely that the Pinnacle brand will be a great choice.
From the light and refreshing taste of Kiwi Strawberry to the creamy decadence of Chocolate Whipped, these Pinnacle Vodka flavors offer something for everyone’s tastes.
Did I miss your favorite flavor? If so, leave a comment below!
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