Covered Peak Vodka

Our grain-based vodka distilled six times and charcoal filtered is smooth, clean, and neutral—just perfect for mixing in your favorite cocktails. The grain gives it a faint sweetness that pairs wonderfully with all kinds of mixers. Covered Peak has enough bite to tell you it’s there, but very little burn–it is perfect for Bloody Marys or Moscow Mules. And, did you see its gorgeous label? We are proud of Oregon and wanted a label that celebrated the region that has welcomed us as we settled into the beautiful northwest.

This smooth and clean tasting vodka is a dream to mix. Our favorite to date are Moscow Mules, but we love to experiment with shrubs and juices!


The super cute Southeast Portland gastropub – Circa 33 – shared with us the recipe for their absolutely delish lemonade which we cannot get enough of!

1oz Covered Peak Vodka
.5oz St Germain Elderflower
1oz Lemon Juice
.75oz Simple Syrup
Mix all liquors together in a highball glass filled with ice, top with soda and garnish with a lemon wheel.


What would a vodka recipes page be without a Moscow Mule? When will this drink go out of favor? It’s been four years since it gained a lot of popularity? Is this the kale of cocktails? We surely hope so!

¼ cup Covered Peak
½ cup ginger beer
1 tablespoons fresh lime juice
1 lime wedge
Fill a tall glass (or a copper mug) with ice. Add vodka, ginger beer and lime juice. Stir. Garnish with lime wedge.


We love a great sangría recipe! This one has been in our family for many, many years and it never disappoints. Start this the night before. ¡Salud!

2 oranges
2 lemons
2 limes
1.5 cups sugar
1 cup Covered Peak Vodka
1.5 bottles of red wine or rose
8 ounces ginger ale
Slice the citrus fruits and mix them with the sugar. Pour the vodka over the fruit. Let it rest for at least 4 hours, preferably 8-12. Pour the wine and stir. Make sure sugar is all dissolved. When serving, pour mixture in a glass filled with ice, top with ginger ale.


In the state of Leon, smack in the middle of Mexico, sangria is a really pretty layered drink served in one of those hand blown glasses with a blue rim. You should try this drink, it looks impressive but it is really easy to make.

1 cup of sugar
Grated zest of 2 lemons
Grated zest of 2 oranges
2/3 cup lemon juice
2/3 cup orange juice
1 ½ cups mineral water (or for a sweeter version, grapefruit or lemon/lime soda)
Ice cubes
1 cup vodka
1 bottle red wine
Combine the sugar, zest and juices and boil until sugar is dissolved. Let cool and strain. In a highball glass with ice cubes, put some syrup, about 1 ounce of vodka, and continue to fill the glass with wine until it is 2/3 full. Be careful the wine doesn’t mix with the heavier syrup. Finish with mineral water or soda. Serve with a straw.


Yes, we are adults here at Flooded Fox Den. But, these jelly shots are just insanely good! And why not? Life is short! This recipe is an adaptation from Bon Appetit that we brought to a friend’s house for a Super Bowl party and they were a hit. Change the juices to suit your style, like, for example, make these shots with pineapple or passion fruit juice for a Caribbean themed party. Turkey day games? Why not try these with apple cider or cranberry juice?

1 cup Covered Peak Vodka
3 tablespoons unflavored gelatin
½ cup fresh lemon juice
1 tablespoon orange-flavored liqueur, such as Cointreau
½ cup simple syrup
¼ cup Campari
1 teaspoon orange bitters
1 ¾ cups fresh blood orange juice
Cooking spray
Bloom the gelatin in ¾ cups of water. Stir the rest of the liquids together except for ½ cup of the blood orange juice.
Meanwhile, stir vodka, lemon juice, simple syrup, Campari, bitters, and 1¼ cups blood orange juice in a large measuring glass.
Heat gelatin mixture and remaining ½ cup blood orange juice in a small saucepan over low, stirring to dissolve gelatin; add to vodka mixture. Strain into 2-oz. plastic cups; chill until set, at least 6 hours and up to 5 days. Cheers!








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