Pour MAMONT vodka, lemon juice and sugar syrup into a cup; add ice, fill to the top with ginger tonic, then mix. The Moscow Mule is traditionally served in a copper cup, but we in Siberia prefer the hiking mugs decorated with a slice of cucumber or a rosemary sprig.
Pour MAMONT vodka and vermouth into a mixing cocktail glass filled to the top with lump ice. Add a couple of drops of orange bitter, then mix all the ingredients using a long bar spoon for about one minute. Pour into a chilled goblet. Decorate with a small piece of lemon zest.
Pour MAMONT vodka, Mamont Blood and vermouth into an old fashioned goblet, and fill to the top with lump ice.
Then mix everything with a long bar spoon and decorate with orange zest.
Pour MAMONT vodka and lemon juice in a Rocks goblet full of ice. Top up to the edges with soda.
Garnish with a handful of blueberries and mint leaves.
Cool down the black tea with raspberry jam and pour into the first MAMONT curved shot glass. Use a cinnamon stick as a straw. Pour vodka into the second shot glass and add raspberries.
MAMONT IN ROCKS WITH ICE
In order to feel the soft taste with a pleasant dry aftertaste and the traditional vodka notes, we recommend trying MAMONT in a Rocks glass with ice, cooled to a temperature between +6 ° C and +8 ° C as an aperitif or digestive.
Garnish with red currants and basil leaves.
Served in a classic tumbler goblet.
Pour all ingredients into the punch bowl and serve hot.
Bloody Summer Day
Mix all ingredients with ice, garnish with an orange slice.