Stoli has announced a salted caramel flavored vodka, and I am half skeptical and half excited to try it. The salted caramel trend has clearly reached its peak, and while I think this vodka would be a great accent to brownies, cupcakes, or other baked goods, I can’t imagine drinking it.

Their press release provided a few sample recipes that do sound interesting:

Salted Banana
2 parts Salted Karamel™
1 part Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum
½ part Creme De Banana
Splash of Milk
Shake over ice and strain into martini or shot glass or can be done as a frozen drink

Salted Karamel Macchiato Martini
2 parts Salted Karamel ™
1 part Kahlua or Coffee Brandy
Splash Milk
Shake over ice and strain into Martini glass

Salted Tootsie Roll
2 parts Salted Karamel™
1 part Dark Creme De Cacao
Splash of Orange Juice
Shake over ice and serve as shot or martini

Would you try Salted Karamel vodka? How would you consume it?

9 thoughts on “Stoli Salted Karamel Vodka

  1. Went to the Stoli launch of this vodka flavor in SF – – They were serving some delicious signature drinks – One was an updated version of A white russian – cream, Stoli salted Karamel, and Coffee Liquor ( it was tasty but a little to heavy for my liking ) My favorite was a candied apple cocktail – Stoli Salted Karamel, apple juice or cider, a pinch of cinnamon, apple garnish. So. Freaking. Good. Serving it at a Halloween dinner/ party tomorrow night!

  2. I’ve made a pumpkin pie shot- Stoli Salted Karamel, Kahlua Pumkin Spice, white pumpkin liqueur and dash of nutmeg on top. I layered the heavy white liqueur on the bottom. Looks pretty and tastes ahhhmazing.
    I’ve changed it up other Stoli Salted Karamel, chocolate liqueur and I’ve put either Kahlua or pumpkin pie liqueur or I’ve thrown in an Apple liquor.
    So many combinations!

  3. Salted Karamel /Egg Nog Martini!
    1 part Salted Karamel vodka
    1 part Eggnog
    in shaker with ice til frosty cold and frothy.
    pour into a chilled martini glass with a splash of club for a few bubbles.
    You’re Welcome. Happy Holidays!

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