Regular price £25.49
Lighten up your drinks with the perfectly balanced flavor of Smirnoff Zero Sugar Infusions Watermelon & Mint, made with zero sugar and no artificial flavors for a refreshing tasting drink. Awarded a gold medal* in 2019, this 60 proof vodka specialty features a juicy watermelon flavor that balances the taste of fresh mint for a refreshing tasting finish. Read more.
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Founded in 1864, the Smirnoff brand traveled from Russia to the rest of the world due to our award-winning quality and smooth liquid. We pride ourselves on bringing our famous beverage to connoisseurs and newcomers alike, assuring the consistently great taste and quality expected from our traditionally distilled vodka
Juicy watermelon and fresh mint
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Jelly Bean Cocktail Recipe
The Jelly Bean shot is a fun layered drink that has some interesting flavours which tend to taste like the candy it's named after. The key to a great Jelly Bean drink is in the layers. The three liqueurs are poured on top of each other in the order listed with the heaviest on the bottom and the lightest on top. This creates a triple-layered shot drink that looks great in the glass and is fun to drink.
When you think of Russia, the chances are you’ll also think of vodka and when you think of Vodka, you’ll think of Smirnoff. This famous brand of vodka from Diageo started life out of a distillery in Moscow and is now being produced all over the world. It was created by Pyotr Arsenyevitch Smirnov 1864 whose innovative charcoal filtration took the market by storm. He got the word out through newspaper advertising and suppressed the usual clerical calls for temperance with a few well-placed bribes. Pretty soon it was the drink of choice for Russian royalty and has become synonymous with the country.