Mixers For Vodka

How did we get here, that Vodka lime and soda - quite possibly the dullest drink on the planet - is the go-to for this Russian spirit staple. You can do better. Liven up your glass with these naturally lower-in-sugar, lower-calorie mixers for vodka - featuring one very important ingredient: interesting flavours.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What mixer goes well with vanilla vodka?

Try Dry Ginger Ale featuring burnt sugar and applewood smoked water, for a nuanced caramel finish. Otherwise, if a vanilla Vodka and tonic is more your style, go with Distiller’s Tonic with notes of bergamot, Italian wildflowers and citrus.

What goes well with Raspberry Vodka?

Raspberry-infused vodka being sweet enough on its own, would work wonders with StrangeLove premium soda water, containing 100% free-range bubbles. Otherwise, if you’d prefer to murder your tastebuds into a sweet disposition, try balancing with Bitter Lemon Tonic water, for a zesty, bittersweet affair.

What is the healthiest mixer for Vodka?

We aren’t medical professionals - but our non-educated guess would be that no vodka is the healthiest answer to this question. Alternatively - if you are looking for lower-sugar or Lower-calorie options - soda water or zero sugar lightly infused sparkling water would fall into the ‘better for you’ category.

What is the lowest calorie mixer for vodka?

If you really hate flavour and yourself, simply mix vodka with a dash of soda water - which contains zero calories per serve (your vodka, however, will contain calories, check the nutritional panel for more information). Alternatively, if you are after more of a seltzer-style beverage, try your vodka with lightly infused sparkling water, which comes in 4 exotic flavour variations and contains approximately 2 calories per serve. StrangeLove lightly infused waters also come with the added benefit of containing no sweeteners, avoiding that awful, cloying mouth feel.

Are your products Vegan and/or Gluten Free?

Yes. Because our products are soft drinks, they generally don’t eat any animal products or gluten at all. They also, thankfully, don’t contain any.

Are your ingredients locally sourced? 

Approximately 97% of our ingredients are grown, made or produced in Australia. The obvious exceptions being certain extracts or specialty ingredients like Yuzu juice. But we have a friend of a friend who just put in (two!) Yuzu trees so we should be sorted for a few Yuzus by the year 2035.

Where are your products made?

Our products are all made in regional Victoria, near the Macedon Ranges. We picked that spot because the water is pure, the cows seem happy and we think it will make a nice place to see out the rest of the apocalypse.

What mixed packs do we offer?

This is quite possibly the simplest question in the history of questions to answer, scoot your cute little butt over to our 'Mixed Packs' section for a wide selection of our finest pre-packaged multi-pack offerings.

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Will I ever find true love?

True love is an outdated concept, a myth, a pipe dream sold by big Pharmaceutical companies for profit. StrangeLove recommends saving the heartache associated with costly divorce litigations and 50/50 custody arrangements - by simply enjoying the fact that dying alone is the best option we have in this modern world.

What is the meaning of life?

Pretty existential question to be asking a soft drink provider, but here goes. We think that the meaning of life, is to find meaning in life. And to purchase exorbitant amounts of soft drinks from this website, obviously.

Can you write me a poem?

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