How to Make the ultimate

Vodka & Lime Spritz



This super simple recipe requires the following ingredients:

  • 200ml of Fever-Tree Mexican Lime Soda
  • 50ml of vodka
  • Lots of fresh ice
  • A fresh lime

Mixing Method

With such a deep flavour profile, this tastes like a cocktail that requires a world of effort – but that’s far from the case. Three simple steps are all you’ll need: 

Step One: Fill a large wine glass to the top with ice. 

Step Two: Add the vodka. 

Step Three: Pour in the Mexican Lime Soda. Garnish with a fresh lime wedge and enjoy!



This zesty spritz recipe contains 2 units of alcohol and our Fever-Tree Mexican Lime soda provides a spectacular mixer that is low in calories.

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Learn More

There’s plenty of good vodka mixers out there. We’re all about finding perfect drink combinations and there’s little doubt that few, if any, alcoholic beverages can claim the sheer versatility of this East European mixology juggernaut. In fact, with so many great possible combinations, you may be spoiled for choice and unsure of what is the finest cocktail partnership to pursue.

You may be tempted to simply select any old thing out the cupboard, and there’s a good chance it will work. However, if you want to take your humble wine glass and create a taste sensation, we recommend a vodka lime soda. It takes inspiration from the long vodka – a popular cocktail in Scotland originating in the late 70s – and takes it to its delicious limits through a perfect blend of ingredients.

Our Mexican Lime Soda is the ideal balance of zesty sharpness & fresh sweetness for your vodka lime cocktail, made using Tahitian limes from Mexico and floral yuzu from Japan. It’s a drink which looks at past greats and creates something that belongs at the forefront of 21st-century kitchen counter classics. 

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