During the winter months, most people tend to enjoy the common winter alcohols such as Brandie, Whiskey, and Rum. Vodka is often represented as a warmer weather drink and is not as popular in the colder months. However, we are here to change that! Vodka is able to mix almost seamlessly into winter cocktails and can definitely be a year-round drink of choice. So sit back and relax while we provide you with 5 vodka cocktails that will integrate well with these colder days. 

Coco Chanel Vodka

Okay, okay. You are probably thinking: coconut in a Martini doesn’t really sound like a winter drink? However, this perfect blend of coconut vodka and St.-Germain elderflower liqueur is a great drink of choice for someone who is longing for the warmer weather. 

Apple Cranberry Moscow Mule

Let’s face it. Moscow Mules are a great drink all-year-round to enjoy with friends. It’s one of the most popular cocktails of the 21st century and is super easy to make. If you are someone who enjoys a more tart and flavorful drink during the wintertime, this cocktail is for you. It starts off with the regular trio of ginger beer, lime, and vodka. Then the Cran-Apple juice to added for that extra tart taste. It’s usually garnished with fresh fruit and served in the classic ice-cold copper mug. 

Pear & Elderflower Collins 

Okay, Cocktail Connoisseurs, this next drink is what one might call a delicious kick to a classic Tom Collins. It’s made with pear liqueur, pear puree, lemon juice, elderflower liqueur, honey, and good ole’ club soda. It is then sprinkled with a touch of cinnamon to add that winter feel. This spin-off drink is perfect for someone who likes their cold drinks to be fruity. 

Black Russian

Skip the cream of the White Russian and go with a blend of vodka and Kahlua. This relative drink, the Black Russian, is a darker combination and perfect to get you feeling warm during these winter months. 


Last but certainly not least, this boozy winter drink is perfect for any winter celebration. It’s a combination of red wine, spice pear liqueur, maple syrup, and vodka. It’s also such a fancy looking drink as it is garnished with nutmeg and a fan of pear slices. Served on ice and ready to enjoy! 

Club 609

Head on down to Club 609 and enjoy some great food, great service, and most importantly a great Happy Hour experience. Club 609 finds value in being a place where people can hang out over a couple of drinks. With their installment of happy hour six days a week, they pose as a great landing spot for friends and family to gather. The atmosphere is a key factor for Club 609, and in order to give their customers the most, they’ve worked very hard to preserve this restaurant and bar as a fun and inviting place to be. Stop by and see us today!