When it comes to cocktails, there's rarely a concoction that vodka doesn't pair well with. Vodka's smooth, neutral flavor adds that much-needed kick. As we toast to the Olympics  in Sochi, we have just the vodka cocktail you're looking for, whether a moscow mule, a white russian, or something else on the fruitier side.
An Olympic Rings Cocktail
A vodka-based Olympic rings cocktail  is rimmed in gold and garnished with gummy ring candies.
Chocolate White Russian
If liquid dessert's your thing, you must try this chocolate white russian cocktail . Coffee liqueur mixed with Godiva Chocolate Vodka will leave you wanting more.
A simple combination of vodka, lime juice, and ginger beer has made the moscow mule  a classic. There's a cool, spicy contrast with every sip that will have you serving this time and time again.
Ginger Salty Dog
While ginger and grapefruit may seem like an unlikely match, they come together perfectly in this ginger salty dog .
Redhead in Bed
You will not be disappointed by this fruit concoction more formally known as a redhead in bed . The mix of strawberries and lime juice is refreshing, while the citrus vodka adds a subtle kick. For the final touch, top with chilled Riesling!
Salted Caramel Cocktail
A salted caramel cocktail  is basically dessert in a glass, complete with chocolate shavings and a marshmallow garnish.
Put kumquats or any citrus fruit to good use following this kumquat fizz cocktail recipe . Muddling the kumquats will release their juices for a clean sweetness that blends well with ginger syrup.
Lavender Collins Cocktail
Give a classic Tom Collins  a floral twist with this lavender cocktail . Each sip is well balanced and refreshing; it's an impressive drink to serve guests at a brunch or wedding  shower.
Sparkling Pear and Elderflower Cocktail
For an unforgettable sip, try your take at this fruity and floral pear and elderflower cocktail . It's bright, effervescent, and subtly spiced.
Buzzy Fuzzy Navel
The buzzy fuzzy navel  is a fun take on a classic '80s-era cocktail. Between the orange juice and the splash of beer, it isn't too sweet or fizzy, but just right!
At its best, an espresso martini  is nutty, slightly bitter, and offset by a little sweetness. It has an impeccably smooth finish that can easily become addicting. It makes a fun change from the usual Irish coffee.