wordpress stat

Van Gogh Vodka Holiday Drink Recipe

Disclosure: Van Gogh supplied us with delicious spirits to make cocktails for the holidays, but I drank them all and had to buy more.

Van Gogh Vodka Holiday Drink Recipe


I would have gotten this post up sooner but I kind of sort of drank all the vodka before I had a chance to work on the post… My bad folks. I’m not too sorry though because it made for a convenient excuse to head back out to the liquor store and buy more so, win-win right? Well… almost… They were out Van Gogh Classic so I had to get Dutch Chocolate to go along with the Double Espresso instead. I know… What a bummer. NOT!

Now that I’ve personally polished of a couple bottles of Van Gogh Vodka let’s get to the review…

I may not be Russian but I have drank my share of vodka over the years and let me tell you, Van Gogh puts out an amazingly smooth product. There is no need to mix Van Gogh Vodka with anything as it has a smooth finish and virtually no aftertaste. You should really go out and get a bottle to try for yourself.

I prefer each flavor on the rocks but since it’s the holiday season we decided to share a drink recipe with you!

Chocolate Covered Espresso Bean Martini

1 oz. Van Gogh Dutch Chocolate

1 oz. Van Gogh Double Espresso

2 oz. Irish Cream

Add all ingredients to a mixing glass with ice and shake well.  Strain into a chilled martini glass rimmed with sugar.


  1. Mary Ambrosino says

    I prefer mine straight but nice recipe for the holidays.

  2. Thanks for sharing this post. my holiday drink is varieties of coffee. I love to drink any type of coffee. I am a coffee lover. Mostly like espresso coffee. 🙂