With Van Gogh Açai-Blueberry Vodka, a very berry cosmo will be a great way to enjoy the vodka. It is a pleasant blueberry vodka, and the addition of açai berries gives it a unique and intriguing flavor. This martini showcases this perfectly. Comparing this cocktail to the original cosmopolitan, it is rather bland (even though it is still enjoyable). Combining the berries of the vodka and the black raspberries of the Chambord creates the “very berry cocktail”. is very approachable and is appealing to a variety of tastes thanks to its perfect amount of fruit sweetness. It has a dark, mysterious feel to it, making it ideal for occasions such as Halloween when you want a drink with a dark and mysterious feel. As well as being a nice complement to bright, friendly occasions like the holidays, it also makes a great gift.
The Van Gogh cocktail can certainly be mixed up with straight blueberry vodka instead of Van Gogh’s blend — perhaps even by making your own infusion. There will be fewer nuances to the flavor, but you will still enjoy it. If you’d like to use vodka, use a clear one. You can muddle some fresh blueberries in the shaker before adding the other ingredients if you want the blueberry flavor back in the drink. Chambord alone gives the drink a nice twist, but if you want more, add some cranberries as well. The blueberries are also suitable, though they must first be thawed. Although cranberry is the natural juice for this cosmo, you can combine it with another red fruit juice if you wish. Pomegranate is a fantastic choice. The white cranberry juice (which is really light brown) can also be used instead. It is a really nice alternative to the red variety that is not quite as sweet as the red variety.