- n. Plural form of vodka.
“(Photo: Lars Klove for The New York Times) mezcal, I had intended to draw a contrast between the purity, complexity and overall deliciousness of this spirit with the general lack of quality in flavored vodkas, which is the subject of my column today.”
“Ivy went over, passing the Halls, the Zaldinis, the Bancos, who were on the hunt for the flavored vodkas and sushi.”
“Harry stocks many vegan-safe spirits including Willett Kentucky bourbon and Absolut vodkas.”
“The Burritt Room, too, stocks a wide retinue of vegan-safe spirits such as Dolin vermouth and Square One organic vodkas.”
“Two more vodkas, and I'll be too wasted to finish this column.”
“Men in Black,' 'Law & Order,' Merrill Lynch commercials, European advertising for vodkas and soft drinks," he said.”
“Brown-Forman will try revamping its marketing approach for that brand to combat new competition from flavored whiskeys, vodkas and spiced rum.”
“The event took place in a moodily lit subterranean auditorium that pulsed with the kind of understated techno music one associates with designer vodkas and business-class air travel.”
“Double vodkas and orange and chaser shots of tequila.”
“It meant you wore a backward hat, maybe waxed your chest, used the word "bro" a lot, drank Red Bull and vodkas, had a name for both your car and your penis, felt a reflexive need to high-five after sex, and would someday either work as a trader or just act like you did.”
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