Smirnoff Just Launched A Raspberry Crush Vodka Flavour
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You may not believe it, but it's actually summer in the UK right now.
We had our fingers crossed for a #hotgirlsummer, but the way things are looking right now, we're not even lukewarm.
However, we have our fingers crossed that our weather app is actually speaking the truth when it says that we can expect the weather to really heat up next week, because we've got the perfect bev we want to try for our next garden party.
Our favourite vodka brand Smirnoff has just launched a brand new Raspberry Crush vodka flavour which looks set to excite our tastebuds and put a new fruity twist on a stone-cold classic.
The smooth new flavour Is made with none other than Smirnoff No. 1 Vodka and natural raspberry flavours, which would make the ideal tipple when mixed with lemonade over ice, or as an exciting new component in a number of well-loved cocktails.
Nick Payman, head of Smirnoff at Diageo, said of the new product: "The launch of Smirnoff Raspberry Crush is a big step towards further invigorating the vodka category. Smirnoff, a renowned and trusted brand, is perfectly placed to do this as well as recruit new audiences to vodka.
"The vibrancy of the new pack and liquid, from its colour to its taste, will provide maximum stand out on shelf and menu appeal for the trade to capitalise on.
"The new launch provides consumers the opportunity to enjoy vodka serves at a wide range of events, from casual, early evening occasions to elevated experiences and get-togethers, and focuses in creating fun, delicious serves."
In other booze news, one woman claims she can cure your hangover in under two minutes (and this is something we're desperate to master ourselves).
Posting on her TikTok page, Wellness with Sakshi, the health and lifestyle coach said that she used an acupuncture tool to soothe her sore head.
In her video, Sakshi could be seen massaging different areas of her face with the tool - such as her nose, her cheekbones and her eyebrows.
She captioned her clip: "Next time you've had too much to drink and wake up feeling that hangover.
"Try massaging each of these reflex points for one to two minutes."
You can read more about this sorcery here.
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