I'm usually not a fan of sweet or flavored vodkas, as I typically mix fruit juices with plain vodka. This is great for summer, but when fall and winter came around, I figured it would be time to try something else. I picked up Pinnacle's Whipped Cream vodka on a whim, and I had heard people talking about drinks that could be made from it. It turns out that it is delicious and mixes really well with a variety of mixers. My favorite, by far, is root beer - makes it taste like a root beer float. Pretty much anything that is cola-flavored will mix well with them. I also imagine that having a bit of this in coffee or hot chocolate would be a great way to use this vodka as well. A local restaurant also serves this vodka with a lime twist that they call a snowy margarita. I haven't tried it yet, but it sounds like an interesting combination. I now regularly purchase Pinnacle's sugary-flavored vodkas and enjoy every one of them. Compared to other types of whipped vodka's, Pinnacle's is quite good - better than the cheap vodkas. It's not top-shelf, but with all of the mixing done with this vodka, that doesn't really matter.