National Vodka Day - 2021-10-04
What is National Vodka Day?
Vodka martinis are the drink of choice for James Bond. Shaken, not stirred. And, many millions of people around the world, too. Vodka is a colorless, odorless liquid, making it the perfect spirit to enjoy in cocktails and mixed drinks. With an alcohol percentage of 30% or more in America, it is sure to provide a kick. Vodka was first introduced in the 9th century in Russia. It has become a staple of bars the world over – and home bars, too. Distilleries now also infuse flavors such as lime, cinnamon, and vanilla. National Vodka Day was created to celebrate the most widely consumed spirit in the world. To take part in the celebrations, host a cocktail party where guests can enjoy various drinks made with Vodka. Booking a tour of a local distillery is also a great way to learn more about this versatile spirit.
When is National Vodka Day?
National Vodka Day is celebrated on October 4th this year.
History of National Vodka Day
While we do not know much about who founded National Vodka Day, we can share that we have celebrated it since 2009 after being mentioned in Wine Enthusiast Magazine as well as CBS News’ website. We will continue to research the origin of this day.
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