The blend of different elements to Absolut SF, the latest limited-time offering from Absolut, makes for a truly innovative and new sort of vodka. This 80-proof spirit ensures that a few shots should be enough, even if the flavor profile is not something that individuals would want to stop drinking lightly. This is due to the fact that Absolut has tied together grape, papaya, and dragonfruit to make for a spirit that, while strong, has a considerably fruity feel to it. Instead of being flavored, I feel that there is a much more natural side to the Absolut SF. This natural tack taken just lends itself well for repeat sessions with the bottle rather than what normally happens with poorly-flavored spirits (which tend to gather dust).
While it has no way to change the overall taste of the spirit, Absolut SF’s bottle design will undoubtedly get potential purchasers interested. After one brings home a bottle, there are quite a few different drinks that can be made with it. For those that like the Minute Maid juice blends, put a shot or two of the Absolut SF alongside a real orange juice – what results is a screwdriver that is much more nuanced than most (which ultimately end up being orange drink and grain alcohol). Other impressive sorts of cocktails that can be made with Absolut SF include inserting it into a martini formation or tying it together with a red wine.
Check out Absolut SF. The spirit may not be around for a long time, but I feel that it is bar none the best fruit-infused vodka that we have had the chance to test this year.
Absolut SF (80 Proof) / Vodka / http://www.absolut.com