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Wild Roots Marionberry Infused Vodka*Packaging may vary

Wild Roots Marionberry Infused Vodka

Flavored Vodka /35% ABV / Oregon, United States

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Product details

Flavored Vodka
Oregon, United States
Liquor Flavor
Brand Ownership
Hispanic-owned, Latinx-owned, Woman-owned

Product description

Infused with over a pound of real berries in every bottle, this infusion tastes just like liquid jam. Tart, floral, earthy and sweet, the complexity of this berry has led it to be dubbed the “cabernet of blackberries.” No artificial sweeteners, flavors or colors.

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  • Annette W.
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    Great taste

  • Kathy
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    I discovered this while visiting Willamette Valley wineries and loved it, even better than the wine! I mix it with 1oz fresh squeezed lemon juice, 1/2 oz of Cointreau, 2oz of this vodka shake it up and pour it over a large round sphere of ice in a martini glass with a Christmas sugar rim.,. My girlfriend and I named "Willamette Dammit" because the people up there were trying to get rid of our French accent.

  • Jacquelyn
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    Really, outstanding!

  • linda spaulding

    ok this is so hard to get ahold of i always order 2 at a time, makes the best lemon drop ever, dont spill any, it will stain.


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Flavored vodka is unlikely to have extra calories compared with plain versions. In a 1.5-oz. shot, 70 proof vodka has 85 calories and 100 proof vodka has 124 calories. However, this can vary — particularly if you confuse flavored vodkas with vodka drinks, which can contain syrups and sugary additives.
In general, the best-flavored vodka cocktails tend to be fruit-based. You can try mixing in things like orange juice, Collins mix, grapefruit juice, Cointreau or triple sec, fresh lemon/lime juice and simple syrup, crushed berries and fruit, margarita mix or lemonade. The sky's the limit, though — because vodka is so neutral, it allows you to get extra creative with your flavors.
Vodkas generally fall into three categories: plain, flavored and fruit vodkas. Flavored vodka is similar to plain but has additional flavors from the distillation process. On the other hand, fruit vodkas can be homemade by infusing fruit inside vodka for 3 to 5 days, shaking it daily and straining the fruit out at the end.
It’s a tough call, but Hanson of Sonoma Meyer Lemon may take the prize for the best-flavored vodka. It evokes the spirit of gin but doesn’t have juniper, which allows the citrus aromas to really shine. Add to that the drink’s black pepper spiciness and you’ve got a complex, dynamic vodka that’s perfect in a dry Martini or other mixed drink.
Cranberry juice is an excellent addition to a wide number of different flavored vodkas, particularly those flavored with citrus fruits like orange, lemon and grapefruit. Cranberry juice’s tart sweetness makes it pair well with most fruit-flavored vodkas, however, including peach, strawberry and others.
Flavored vodka can be drunk straight in shot form, though it’s perhaps best-loved as part of a fruity cocktail drink. Common ingredients you can add include citrus juices like lime concentrate, orange juice, lemon juice, pineapple juice or cranberry juice.
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