What is the blue vodka?

How much is a bottle of blue vodka?

UV Blue Prices

Type Size Price
UV Blue Vodka 750ml $13.99
UV Blue Vodka 750ml $10.97
UV Cake Vodka 750ml $10.97

What is Tahoe Blue vodka made from?

The Lake Tahoe Spirit

A unique 3-vodka blend distilled from grape, corn and sugarcane, Tahoe Blue was voted #1 Unflavored Vodka in the World (94 points) at the prestigious Ultimate Spirits Challenge in New York.

Is UV Vodka any good?

This normally flavorful and enjoyable mixer is pretty well spoiled by the vodka. The bitter flavors stand out strong and make the drink a difficult task to finish. While it’s much better than some of the bottom shelf vodkas I’ve had, it’s not hitting the middle of the middle shelf in terms of quality.

How much is a bottle of blue raspberry vodka?

Available nationwide this month, Svedka Blue Raspberry is packaged in 50-, 375- and 750-ml bottles, which have suggested retail prices of $1.99, $6.99 and $12.99, respectively, as well as 1- and 1.75-liter bottles, which have suggested retail prices of $16.99 and $21.99, respectively.

What mixes well with UV blue?

Add blue curacao, schnapps, vodka, and gatorade together in a cocktail shaker. Shake well, strain into a cocktail glass over ice, and serve. Combine and mix vodka, blue UV, and lemon lime-soda in a highball glass.

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Why is Lake Tahoe water so blue?

Why is it so blue? Tahoe’s clean air and water are the keys to the Lake’s dazzling blue color. The surface of Lake Tahoe is blue in part because it’s reflecting the sky, but there is more to this phenomenon. Water as crystal clear as Tahoe’s absorbs red light, leaving the rich blue color that we all see.

How does UV blue taste?

UV Blue is naturally flavored with vine-ripened raspberries for just the perfect touch of sweetness. Try it with lemonade or lemon-lime soda for a taste that s sure to put a smile on your face.

Is blue light more harmful than UV?

High-energy visible (HEV) blue light penetrates the eye deeper than UV light does, but like UVR, cumulative exposure can damage our retinas, the part of the eye that houses the sensitive cells responsible for vision. … Visual cues impacted by blue light include: Color vision.