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Dripping Springs Vodka Cocktail At The Sonesta Bee Cave Hotel

#TXAway: See What the Buzz is About at Bee Cave

This Texas town was named for a nearby limestone cave where Mexican honey bees swarmed, but 160 years later, the buzz is about much more.

Whether for a romantic getaway, a girls trip, or a well-needed staycation with the family, Bee Cave has the Texas charm and amenities to satisfy every traveler’s needs. Located just outside of Austin, the town boasts an ideal location for a unique getaway.

After a fun-filled day of exploring the outdoors, settle in at the Sonesta Bee Cave Hotel. Located in the heart of Bee Cave, this contemporary chic, yet laid-back hotel is welcoming with unmatched style and Texas charm. Enjoy the expansive views of the Texas landscape from your room or head up to Sonesta’s upscale rooftop lounge, Meridian 98. Enjoy the creative cocktails and speciality plates fashioned after an authentic London club. The fried pickles were so delicious and crispy and the bacon-wrapped shrimp were so flavorful my tastebuds were buzzing with bliss.

“On the drinks side of things, a cocktail called The Buzz, which consisted of Dripping Springs Vodka, fresh strawberries, lemon juice, and soda water, quickly proved to me how it got its name.”

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Dripping Springs Vodka and Gin provides 280,000 Meals to Food Banks during the Holiday Season

Dripping Springs Vodka and Gin provides over 280,000 Meals to Texas and Tennessee Food Banks during the Holiday Season

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

(DRIPPING SPRINGS, TEXAS) Dripping Springs Distilling, home of Dripping Springs Vodka and Gin, announced today that they have donated over 280,000 meals to local area food banks, to help feed families during the holiday season.

The roughly $50,000 donation is being divided between Central Texas Food Bank, San Antonio Food Bank, Houston Food Bank, Tarrant Area Food Bank, North Texas Food Bank, and Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.

This donation is the result of the company’s Be A Good Spirit campaign, which ran September through November 2020 in Texas and Tennessee. During the three-month sales campaign, a portion of each Dripping Springs Vodka and Dripping Springs Gin bottle purchased went back to help that area’s local food bank.

Dripping Springs Vodkas and Gins are distilled in small, 50-gallon batches, in copper pot stills in the Texas Hill Country. They are corn-based, gluten-free, and certified Kosher by the Houston Kashruth Association.

For more information on Dripping Springs Distilling, Dripping Springs Vodka, or Dripping Springs Gin, please visit drippingspringsvodka.com or drippingspringsdistilling.com

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Dripping Springs Vodka Featured On CBS Austin For National Happy Hour Day

 

Looking for the perfect vodka cocktail to make on #NationalHappyHourDay? We’ve got you covered. Our very own Marissa Wagner was featured on CBS Austin to show you how to celebrate with Dripping Springs Vodka.

‘Shaken, stirred, straight up, on the rocks! Today we are crafting the perfect cocktail to prepare for National Happy Hour day! Marissa Wagner joins us from Dripping Springs Vodka to share some delicious ways we can celebrate!

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Dripping Springs Vodka Featured In ‘Stuff To Do in Austin’

 

Looking for stuff to do in Austin this weekend? Look no further than this ‘Stuff To Do In Austin‘ article, where Dripping Springs Vodka was featured!

‘Hey there, Austin!

We don’t know about you, but we’ve been loving October in our city! This week we’re bringing you some awesome things to do in Austin… and whether you choose to go with the yoga, the shopping, or the CBD tour, you’re sure to be able to relax and unwind! Let’s be honest, we all deserve a little of that.

Now that we can FINALLY walk outside and not start instantly sweating, we think an autumn date night in the park is a perfect idea. Head to Zilker with a bottle of Dripping Springs Vodka and enjoy an evening of cocktails and cute photo ops. This family-owned brand is our favorite base for cocktails like the Apple Cider Mule:

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Ginger Beer
Sparkling Apple Cider
Cinnamon Sticks for Garnish
We love the smooth taste of Dripping Springs and can’t wait to experiment with even more fall cocktails this season.’

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It’s Time to save Texas Wineries and Distilleries

Fredericksburg, Texas — Texas wineries and distilleries are facing a crisis. As Texas continues to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, tasting rooms at hundreds of wineries and distilleries remain closed, limiting consumer access, negatively affecting sales, impacting jobs, and reducing much-needed tax revenue for local and state governments.

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Discover Bell Springs Road – Destination Dripping Springs Newsletter

WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU CRUISED DOWN BELL SPRINGS ROAD?
Once a rural, residential road, the meandering street has now become a mecca for some amazing local businesses. Follow along as we take a tour down Bell Springs Road and discover craft beverage destinations, gorgeous lodging properties, and even a European inspired wedding venue – Dripping Springs is the Wedding Capital of Texas after all. And since we are going to be hitting up wineries, a brewery, and a distillery, we recommend securing a designated driver.
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Best Tasting Spirits Review for Dripping Springs Vodka

Dripping Springs vodka was created by brothers Gary and Kevin Kelleher.  It was introduced in 2007.  It is micro-distilled over 20 times in small 50 gallon batches in proprietary handmade copper pot stills with sweet Mid-Western non-GMO corn and pure mineral-rich artesian spring water.  It is then slow filtered through Swedish activated carbon before bottling at 80 proof. The aroma has notes of corn and vanilla with an alcohol backing.  In my mouth, the feel is soft and creamy.  The lush milky flavored entry is joined by subtle fresh corn building to a creamy natural vanilla peak.  It fades with a mild sting, a little heat, and a hint of charcoal taste on the silky finish.  This is a vodka smooth enough to sip on the rocks, with a flavor that will enhance, instead of distract from your favorite cocktail.

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Vodkaphiles Dripping Springs Vodka Reviews

I’m a veteran vodka drinker and a bartender at a resort in Texas. When I first tried Dripping Springs I was pleasantly surprised at the crystal clear taste and the long smooth finish. There’s a hint of sweetness and you can also taste a trace of the mineral-rich Texas Hill Country spring water that they use to hand craft this vodka. It’s micro-distilled 20 times in small proprietary copper stills and then filtered through charcoal. The best martini I’ve ever had! No vermouth needed.
Reviewer: Vicky Braden

Reviewer: Tom Servaux

I’m frankly not much of a vodka connoisseur although I can appreciate Grey Goose, Stoli, ketel one, etc. but they just don’t fit into my budget so I buy Taaka (cough). Recently, I read about Dripping Springs from a note on the shelf. I had to try it. I added no vermouth, no olive juice, no olives just shook it up with ice and poured it. I can see why it scooped the aforementioned vodka’s. I’ve been bragging about it ever since and now its my brand regardless of cost.
Reviewer: Robert W. Kerrigan

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BF World – George’s Rants & Raves: Dripping Springs Vodka

Vodka from Texas? Is there any place left on the planet where vodka is not distilled? When I think of Vodka, Poland and Russia rush to the forefront of my mind. Texas doesn’t even appear on the horizon. When I think of Texas I think of hot muggy days, wide open prairies, George W Bush, the Dallas Cowboy’s cheerleaders, and fire ants – and not necessarily in that order. Lately, I have tried vodka from Iceland and Dayton, Ohio so I guess anything is possible.

There is definitely a movement a feet. That’s right, I meant to say feet not foot. It’s difficult to have movement with only one foot. Movement with one foot usually consists of move the foot, fall down. So what’s this movement? It’s the movement of vodka toward the affordable luxury category also known as bargain super premiums. Dripping Springs Vodka is an excellent case in point.

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