Pinnacle Vodka Introduces New Pinnacle Cinnabon Vodka & Consequently Blows Minds

Pinnacle Cinnabon Vodka

Like many people, I think I’ve only ever come across Cinnabon at the airport (although there are a few chains in the Atlanta area), but I’m still fully aware of the magic their melt-in-your-mouth cinnamon buns are capable of thanks to their make-you-wanna-slap-your-mama deliciousness. And with the announcement of the new Pinnacle Cinnabon Vodka I have to say that I’m pretty excited about Pinnacle Vodka’s newest addition.

I’m sure some of you may be a little critical of this new Pinnacle Vodka flavor since vodka companies have gotten a little crazy over the past few years, but Pinnacle Cinnabon Vodka sounds like it’s capable of making some pretty delicious cocktails especially for the holidays. In fact, you can find recipes for two of these “delicious cocktails” below (courtesy of Pinnacle Vodka). But first, here are a few more details on Pinnacle Cinnabon Vodka, including a statement from the president of Cinnabon.

“As a brand that continually seeks out new opportunities and channels for our fans to enjoy our world famous treats and flavors, collaborating with an industry leading brand like Pinnacle Vodka and backed by spirits leader Beam is very exciting,” said Kat Cole, President of Cinnabon, Inc. “We’re delighted to have our favorite cinnamon roll flavor captured so perfectly within this premium spirit.”

Pinnacle Cinnabon Vodka will be available in select markets on December 1, 2013 and will then make a nationwide push on January 1, 2014. A 750ml bottle of the vodka will retail for about $12.99.

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INGREDIENTS

3/4 part Pinnacle® Cinnabon® Vodka
1 part Orange juice
Splash of Club Soda

DIRECTIONS

Prepare in a rocks glass; stir and top with club soda. Garnish with canned or fresh peaches.

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INGREDIENTS

3/4 part Pinnacle® Cinnabon® Vodka
1 part Cranberry juice
Splash of Brut champagne

DIRECTIONS

Mix ingredients over ice shake and strain into a champagne flute. Top with champagne. Garnish with boiled cranberries (boil in brown sugar, water and cinnamon).

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