Smirnoff launches new range of vodkas that sound good enough to eat

Whipped cream vodka, anyone?

A new range of Smirnoff vodkas that sound good enough to eat have landed in the UK.

And the range even features a lower calorie tipple that’ll be your go-to if you’re looking to shed those post-lockdown pounds while still enjoying a bevvy.

The launch comes as bars and pubs in England reopen their doors after three months of lockdown.

However, after the scenes on so-called Super Saturday, you might be better off in your back garden with one of these new finds.

The Whipped Cream vodka goes well with coffee (Credit: The Bottle Club)

First up is the rather delicious sounding Smirnoff Whipped Cream Vodka.

“Smirnoff Whipped Cream infuses the sweet, fluffy taste of cream to bring us a delicate creamy finish that is euphoric,” says the blurb.

“Subtle notes of vanilla and a creamy texture, you won’t be able to contain your excitement over this heavenly spirit,” it added.

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It’s best served with ginger ale or iced coffee for a truly indulgent tipple.

Smirnoff Whipped Cream infuses the sweet, fluffy taste of cream to bring us a delicate creamy finish that is euphoric.

If that isn’t enough to satisfy your sweet tooth, then you might want to opt for the Kissed Caramel Vodka.

Boozy Smirnoff salted caramel

It’s a “seriously moreish shot”, the blurb states.

Salted caramel vodka is officially a thing (Credit: The Bottle Club)

The vodka-based drink is blended with flavours of caramel and a pinch of salt.

We’re not drooling, you are!

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“We recommend trying it over ice topped with apple cider and garnished with a lemon slice,” the blurb suggested.

The Whipped Cream and Kissed Caramel vodkas cost £26.99 each and are imports from America.

You can find them online at The Bottle Club.

Three of your five a day

If you’re more of a fresh and fruity vodka fan, then you’re in luck as there are three fruit-flavoured vodkas in the range too.

Fruity watermelon is the perfect summer tipple (Credit: The Bottle Club)

The Smirnoff Watermelon is perfect for the heatwave that’s coming soon.

It’s infused with ripe, juicy watermelons and delivers a subtle sweetness that’s apparently “luscious and needs to be savoured”.

There’s another chance to get one of your five a day (kind of) with Smirnoff’s Grape Vodka.

The fruity vodkas are priced at £27.99 each online.

A low-calorie option

However, if you’re currently doing battle to button up your jeans post-lockdown then there’s a low-calorie vodka on offer, too.

Let us introduce you to the delicate-sounding Sorbet Light Raspberry Pomegranate Vodka.

It costs £26.99 and each serving contains just 78 calories.

Smirnoff’s Sorbet Light is a lower-calorie vodka (Credit: The Bottle Club)

“Whether you sip it on the rocks or with soda and a twist, Smirnoff Sorbet Light Raspberry Pomegranate is the perfect addition to a cocktail party,” said the blurb.

It features delicate hints of raspberry and pomegranate for a sweet, cool flavour.

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