Kopparberg Has Launched Strawberry & Lime Flavoured Vodka, And It Looks Delicious!

Marianna Gould
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Rum, gin and even hard seltzers. Kopparberg has done it all. But now, the drinks brand has decided to take a leap further into the spirit's market with Kopparberg Vodka. You heard me!

Spotted online via several foodie accounts, the brand-new bottles of Kopparberg Vodka are available in Morrisons stores now. And they're set to be a HIT.

Available in three flavours: Strawberry & Lime, Lemon and Passion Fruit, we have a feeling these will fly off the shelves ready for summer.

Just think of all the vodka cocktails you could make?

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The three flavours of Kopparberg Vodka will set you back just £17.99 each. And did we mention Morrisons currently has a deal on where you get a FREE bluetooth speaker with every purchase?

Brb, just running to my local Morrisons...

Since you're here, it's probably worth telling you about Kopparberg's latest flavour offering: Mixed Fruit Tropical Cider. Limited-edition and brand-new for summer, the new flavour is packed with pineapple, passion fruit and mango flavours, making it the ultimate beer garden drink.

Kopparberg says, "We wanted to put a tropical twist on this Kopparberg icon, released in our first ever limited-edition design bottles and cans, providing a new flavour that’s guaranteed to define that first sip of a truly unforgettable summer.”

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The brand-new Mixed Fruit Tropical Cider is available in 500ml bottles and 330ml cans via select supermarkets including Asda, Tesco, Morrisons and more. Get your hands on a four-pack for just £5!

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