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Warming Up on Fall Nights with Sophisticated Sips

Warming Up on Fall Nights with Sophisticated Sips

With the turning of the seasons from summer to fall the nights turn a bit chilly. There is no better way to warm up than with some sophisticated sips.

Belvedere Vodka is the perfect offering for a night at home preparing cocktails with your significant other or friends. From constructing Belvedere’s famed Classic Martini to using renowned wellness chef Candice Kumai curated items, there is simply no better way to warm up after a long day at the office. While Belvedere Pure is a lighter spirit, Belvedere’s Single Estate Rye Collection is a bit more of an edge – but with a pattern that is to be loved by all.

A favorite new recipe to try is:

Remember the Grain

INGREDIENTS:

1.5oz. Belvedere Smogory Forest

.60 Cherry Heering

.30oz. Sweet Vermouth

2 dashes Absinthe

2 dashes Chocolate Bitters

METHOD: Stir all ingredients over cubes ice in mixing glass and strain into chilled glass over large ice cube.

GLASS: Rocks

And, of course, you are never to go wrong with the classic:

Belvedere’s Famed Classic Martini

INGREDIENTS:

2oz. Belvedere Vodka

.25oz. French Fortified Wine

Pink Grapefruit Twist

METHOD: Combine ingredients in a mixing glass and stir over ice until very cold. Strain into a chilled martini glass and garnish with a pink grapefruit twist.

GLASS: Martini

The latest Single Estate Rye is available on CLOS19 and select retailers nationwide, for a suggested retail price of $37.99 each (750ml).

Smogory Forest and Lake Bartezek are two vodkas named after vastly different environments made exclusively from Dankowskie Diamond rye, yet each has its own unique expression due to the terroir which it was made. The influence of the distinct soil, topography and climate is beautifully expressed in each bottle, illustrating the extraordinary quality and character in vodka. When sampled side by side, the two vodkas deliver two completely different taste profiles.

Smogóry Forest is bold and savory. Crafted from rye cultivated in western Poland in a pastoral region known for its vast forests, short, continental weather fronts, mild winters and fertile soil; this lush, forested terroir is reflected in each bottle with notes of salted caramel, a touch of honey and white pepper.

Lake Bartężek is delicate and crisp. Crafted from rye cultivated in northern Poland’s lake district, a region renowned for its crystal-clear glacial lakes, long and snowy winters are reflected each bottle with notes of black pepper, toasted nuts and cream. In fact, the rye in this region spends over 80 winter days buried in snow, conditions that add to its character and greatly impact the liquid’s flavor profile.

Belvedere Smogóry Forest and Lake Bartężek should be enjoyed neat or on the rocks to truly experience the exquisite taste of each.

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ElizaBeth Taylor is a journalist for Times Square Chronicles and is a frequent guest at film, fashion and art events throughout New York City and Los Angeles due to her stature as The Sensible Socialite.Passionate about people ElizaBeth spent many years working as a travel reporter and television producer after graduating with high honors from University of Southern California. The work has afforded her the opportunity to explore Europe, Russia, South America, Asia, Australia and the Middle East. It has greatly influenced the way in which ElizaBeth sees a story and has created a heightened awareness for the way people around the world live today.

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