Three Olives Blueberry

35% ABV

A few weeks ago we profiled London's iconic vodka brand, Three Olives, and their flagship premium vodka. Since its launch in 1998, the brand has seen exponential growth, expanding their line to include staple flavors like orange, vanilla, cherry, grape, watermelon, and chocolate along with more innovative flavors like bubble, purple, cake, jacked apple, whipped cream, root beer, and s'mores.

Now, the brand is adding another flavor to its lineup. Three Olives Blueberry just hit shelves and the sweet flavor is delighting fans of the brand. Like all of Three Olives' vodkas, it's made with the finest wheat harvested in England, quadruple distilled, and filtered. The result is a premium vodka with a smooth, distinct taste.

Use Three Olives Blueberry when you're looking to add a little sweetness to your favorite summer beverage. The taste of sweet, summer blueberries pairs well with other Three Olives vodkas like vanilla and cake. We suggest tipping a bottle over your favorite lemonade or iced tea for an easy cocktail, or trying something a little more festive like a blueberry bog (use two parts Three Olives Blueberry Vodka, one part club soda and a splash of cranberry juice) or a blueberry pie (one part Three Olives Blueberry Vodka, one part Three Olives Vanilla Vodka, and one part ginger ale). Any way you drink it, you're sure to enjoy this brand addition to the brand's already amazing lineup of flavored vodkas.

Drink Recipe

Blueberry Sour

Two parts Three Olives Vodka

One part fresh lemon juice

Add sugar to taste

Serve in a martini glass, garnish with blueberries.

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