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International Vodka Day: Here's a curated list of cocktails you must try in Mumbai

Updated on: 04 October,2023 07:48 AM IST  |  Mumbai
Devanshi Doshi | devanshi.doshi@mid-day.com

On International Vodka Day, we give you a head(y) start with our curated selection of the most inspired, quirky and oddball concoctions themed on the popular spirit from across the city’s best eateries and watering holes

International Vodka Day: Here's a curated list of cocktails you must try in Mumbai

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Frozen love
Beat the October heat with this vibrant blue frozen cocktail called lagoonita.
At: The Burrow, Patthar Nagar, Bandra Kurla Complex
Call: 2235113057
Cost: Rs 700



Rich and rosy
This rose-infused cocktail called hawa mahal is the perfect blend of sweet, sour and bitter.
At: Nksha, ABCD Rehman Manzil, Veer Nariman Road, Churchgate
Call: 9820475555
Cost: Rs 950


Mood for melons
One in a melon is truly one in a million with a teasing mix of amaro, watermelon juice and green apple syrup. This drink is topped with a sour candy.
At: Saz American Brasserie, ground floor, Jio World Drive, Bandra East
Call: 992056686
Cost: Rs 750

Also check out
End the day with desserts infused with vodka and other surprising goodies by this city-based cloud kitchen. Their speciality includes cheers cupcakes, which are sweet-boozy, chocolate cup cupcakes, filled with caramel; and black forest cake (right), with cherry filling, cherry vodka and whipped cream.
Log on to: @_lessaveurs
Call: 9137472304 (delivery across the city, and India)

Tipsy but tall
This gigantic glass of Foo queen has pandan-infused tequila, essence of lychee, a fragrant infusion of jasmine tea syrup, rose water, and a sparkling soda finish. It treats you like the queen you are.
At: Foo, (all branches in the city and suburbs)
Call: 809488879 (Goregaon)
Cost: Rs 595

Berry much
Go all out on your favourite berries with this eatery’s most-loved raspberry sour.
At: Jamjar Diner, Gazebo House, Hill Road, Bandra West
Call: 9619000365
Cost: Rs 575

Toast to Bollywood
Whether you like a fruity cocktail like Dum maaro dum, or caffeine-infused like Ek simple si coffee (above), this venue has it all. 
At: Hitchki, Powai; Ghatkopar; Lower Parel; BKC
Call: 8291932808 (Ghatkopar)
Cost: Rs 395; Rs 365

Best in the game
This Bandra venue is known for its three signature cocktails: the coffee-based melodia di caffe; la dolce vita, which comprises apricot and vermouth, and anguria rinfrescante, a playful medley of lychee, watermelon and basil.
At: Napoli by Shatranj, off Carter Road
Call: 7400396373
Cost: Rs 725; Rs 750; Rs 750

Citrus-ey goodness
Get your citron fix with hakkatini that comprises an orange-infused vodka, mixed with cointreau, campari, green apple juice and orange bitters.
At: Hakkasan, 2nd floor, Krystal Building, Bandra West
Call: 8355877777
Cost: Rs 850

With a dash of Calcutta
As its name suggests, paan tapri is a sweet-bitter concoction of all things paan, including Calcutta paan, gulkand, and mukwaas mix.
At: Badmaash, Lokhandwala Complex, Andheri West
Call: 7400491473
Cost: Rs 795

Try this: Raspberry Sorbet

Ingredients
>> 1/2 cup sugar
>> 1/2 cup water
>> 1/2 cup fresh fruit of choice (frozen works, too)
>> Fresh rosemary 1/4 tsp
>> Natural sweeteners like honey or maple syrup (in case you want make it healthy)
>> 30ml vodka

Method

Step 1: Simple syrup
Combine the water and sugar in a saucepan. Heat on high until sugar is dissolved, stirring occasionally.

Step 2:  Sorbet base
Puree your fresh fruit of choice (frozen fruit works, too) with a blender. Blend until the fruit is smooth without any visible chunks.

Step 3: Combine the simple syrup and sorbet base
Combine the simple syrup and pureed fruit in a mixing bowl. Stir in the vodka along with rosemary

Pro tip: Taste-test your mixture and add any additional sweeteners or pureed fruit as needed.
Note from chef: Vodka helps to avoid crystallisation in the sorbet, and rosemary will elevate the flavour. 

Recipe and pic courtesy Khusshi Shah, founder, Les Saveurs

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