Get your purse or wallet, because once you hear about this vodka, you are going to want to head to your nearest liquor store and pick up a bottle of this as soon as humanly possible. Orange and vanilla ice cream go together like sunshine and a good time and when we heard that Svedka vodka brand combined the favorite flavors of a childhood creamsicle popsicle with their delicious vibrant vodka, we knew it would be a vodka we had to try. And while we are late to the Svedka Orange Cream Pop Vodka party, (it was released in 2013), it popped up on our radar after Dreamsicle items started popping back up, including the new dreamsicle dipped cone at Dairy Queen, an Orange Cream Lemonade at Disney's California Adventure, and creamsicle filled Twizzler candy.
What is Svedka Orange Cream Pop Vodka?
Distilled with all-natural flavors of zesty oranges with a swirl of vanilla and cream, this orange creamsicle flavored vodka is the perfect liquor to add to drink recipes or to shoot straight. Enjoy it in a slushy or add in some orange juice and soda water to prepare the perfect cocktail recipe.
According to Twitter users, the best way to mix Svedka's Orange Cream Pop Vodka is to blend it with complementing flavors that'll bring out the orange dreamsicle taste.
One Twitter user suggests adding a splash of cream and orange juice to the vodka.
Svedka Orange Cream Pop vodka is my new favorite! Mix it with oj and cream and it taste just like a creamsicle!
— Dawn Dow (@jeepngirldmd) December 1, 2013
Another suggests pairing the orange and vanilla vodka with Sprite (or a similar lemon-lime soda). You could also add orange soda for a bubbly twist.
I have my happy juice ready to go (orange cream pop vodka and sprite)
— night monkey (@kendizzle88) August 7, 2015
But my absolute favorite suggestion is from Twitter user @KaylaThibodeau who recommends adding a scoop of creamy vanilla ice cream to the cocktail to make it over-the-top decadent.
Orange juice, Svedka orange cream pop vodka, and a scoop of ice cream on top. 👍 #Perfect
— Kayla Thibodeau (@KaylaThibodeau) May 25, 2014
And that sounds good to us.