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A Versatile Cocktail

A Versatile Cocktail

Born in Brazil. Made in America. Veev® is a versatile and mixable spirit that delivers the all-natural taste of acaí berry. Veev® is perfectly balanced to highlight our natural flavors, aromas and tasting notes. The results is a full-bodied spirit formulated with just the right amount of acaí berry and other natural ingredients to deliver a truly smooth finish. Crafted with local Idaho winter wheat and rocky mountain water, and infused with just the right amount of acaí from Brazil — thought to be the world’s preeminent superfruit — along with other all-natural ingredients to deliver our smooth and award winning taste.

Whether it’s classics reinvented or something completely new, check out all the amazing flavors you can craft with Veev®.

Southern Lemonade

Ingredients


2 oz Veev® Spirit

1/2 oz Rebel Yell® Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

3/4 oz Simple Syrup

3/4 oz Lemon Juice

3 Raspberries

3 Mint Leaves

Top with Soda

Muddle mint and raspberries in cocktail shaker. Add ice and remainder of ingredients except for soda to shaker and shake. Strain into glass with fresh ice and top with soda. Garnish with and raspberries.

Veev & soda

Ingredients

2 oz Veev® Spirit

1/2 oz Fresh Lime Juice

Top with Soda

Add Veev to ice-filled rocks glass and squeeze lime into glass. Top with soda and garnish with a lime wedge.

My favorite of the two drinks is the Veev and Soda. I like to have make this one after a long hard day in the office. It helps me relax and not take so long winding down before I go to sleep at night. My husband and I like to enjoy a glass of Veev every once in awhile. My girlfriends and I like to have this instead of some of the other hard liquor that is out there. This is displayed prominantly in our liquor cabinet as it is usually the first bottle we usually reach for.

Go over to the website and place your order for a bottle or two or three.

Veev

 

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