- Step 1: Prepare carton Pry apart the top of the milk carton so it's completely open and rinse it thoroughly. Put the bottle of vodka inside. There should be a little extra room on all sides.
- Step 2: Fill with water Fill the carton with cold water to the base of the bottle's neck, leaving an inch at the top.
- Step 3: Remove air bubbles Tap the sides of the carton gently or rotate the bottle back and forth to dislodge trapped air bubbles.
- Step 4: Decorate Place thin, round slices of lemon, flowers, or other decorations between the bottle and the carton.
- TIP: Match the fruit decoration to the flavor of vodka, like berries for berry vodka.
- Step 5: Freeze Lift the carton carefully by the top edges and place it in your freezer on a flat, level surface and let it freeze overnight.
- Step 6: Serve Peel the cardboard away from the ice if the bottle does not lift out easily. Place the bottle on top of a cloth napkin on a serving tray. Wrap the lower half of the bottle in another napkin to allow for easy handling. Then chill out with a chilled beverage.
- FACT: Did you know? Vodka is the largest global spirits category with total sales of 512.7 million cases in 2008.
You Will Need
- u00bd gal. cardboard milk carton
- 1 bottle vodka
- 2 cloth napkins
- Serving tray
- Optional: Coordinating fruit