Orange Tundra

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Type Mixed drink
Primary alcohol by volume
  • Vodka
  • cream soda, coffee liqueur and orange juice
Served straight or with ice
Standard drinkware
Highball Glass (Tumbler).svg
Highball glass
Commonly used ingredients

vodka, Kahlúa, Creme Soda, and orange juice

Preparation add vodka, cream soda, coffee liqueur then orange juice to a highball class
Notes serve without stirring

The Orange Tundra is a cocktail of Vodka, Kahlúa, Creme Soda, and Orange juice. It is traditionally poured over 2 to 3 cubes of ice in an old-fashioned 8-12 oz. glass.

Origin[edit]

This mixed drink was first discovered in 2003 and became wildly popular thereafter. This drink's name is largely attributed to its cold serving temperature and orange appearance due to the use of orange juice.

Typical recipe[edit]

  • 25ml Cream Soda
  • 25ml Orange juice
  • 25ml Kahlua (or coffee liqueur)
  • 25ml Vodka

The ingredients are added to the highball glass in the following order: vodka, cream soda, coffee liqueur and finally, orange juice. Although ice can be added, the drink should not be stirred before serving.

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