Cocktail Corner: Not Vodka Water

Posted on Jan 6 by Leslie Dinaberg

Image courtesy Not Vodka Water.

Image courtesy Not Vodka Water.

A Spirited Toast to All Things Alcoholic! By Leslie Dinaberg 

This is the perfect week to rehydrate, right after the holidays when most of us are feeling a bit hungover, if not from alcohol then from food and festivities. I recently came across a fun and stylish reusable water bottle that only helps you hydrate yourself, it also helps hydrate humanity.

With a global focus on clean water and fighting thirst, Not Vodka recently launched their new line of reusable water bottles specially designed to spark a conversation, catch every eye in sight and enhance your beverage of choice. Think of this bottle as a conversation waiting to happen. It keeps cold things cold for up to 30 hours and keeps hot things hot for up to 12 hours.

Image courtesy Not Vodka Water.

Image courtesy Not Vodka Water.

“We are driven by individuality and decided to create a re-usable bottle that people would love to drink from, carry around and buy as fun gifts for friends,” says Andrew Varela, Founder/CEO of Not Vodka.”As a company, we are passionate about fighting the world-wide water crisis making clean drinkable water accessible to all.”

With that goal in mind, Not Vodka has partnered with the Thirst Project and CODE: RED to make a positive impact. For every bottle sold, the end user can personally help fight for access to clean water. Each bottle comes with an insert and web code for a $1 contribution to either the Thirst Project or CODE: RED to help combat the global water epidemic. Who knew drinking water could be good for you AND the world!

Image courtesy Not Vodka Water.

Image courtesy Not Vodka Water.

And of course, you’re always welcome to fill your bottle with your cocktail of choice. I won’t tell.

Get a complete listing of current styles and designs at Cheers!

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Leslie Dinaberg

When she’s not busy working as the editor of Santa Barbara SEASONS, Cocktail Corner author Leslie Dinaberg writes magazine articles, newspaper columns and grocery lists. When it comes to cocktails, Leslie considers herself a “goal-oriented drinker.”




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