Smirnoff ice types

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Smirnoff ice types
Smirnoff Ice can often be enjoyed at bars or at home by those over 21. (drinking alone image by Pix by Marti from

Smirnoff Ice is a bottled malt beverage that is a product of the Smirnoff Vodka company. While Smirnoff is famous for vodka, the Smirnoff Ice brand of alcoholic beverages do not contain vodka. The drinks feature a variety of fruit flavours and are best served very cold. Each bottle of Smirnoff Ice is 354ml. and contains 5 per cent alcohol.

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Smirnoff Ice Original

Smirnoff Ice Original is the classic Ice drink. It features a citrus flavour and a red Smirnoff Ice logo.

Green Apple Bite

This version of Smirnoff Ice has a green apple flavour that Smirnoff says is "not too sweet and not to tart." The bottle features a light green Smirnoff logo.


Smirnoff Ice Mango flavour features the sweet, tropical flavour of fresh mangoes. The bottle carries an orange Smirnoff logo.

Passion Fruit

Passion Fruit flavoured Smirnoff Ice beverages feature the sweet, tangy, somewhat tropical flavour of real passion fruit. The bottle has a sunshine yellow Smirnoff logo.

Strawberry Acai

This Smirnoff Ice flavour combines the sweet taste of ripe strawberries with the exotic taste of acai berries. The bottle features a pink Smirnoff logo.

Raspberry Burst

The Smirnoff Ice Raspberry Burst flavour features the taste of tart, tangy, sweet raspberries. The bottle has a magenta Smirnoff logo.

Wild Grape

Smirnoff Ice Wild Grape features the flavour of sweet, juicy purple grapes. The bottle carries a bright purple Smirnoff logo.


Smirnoff Ice Pineapple features the distinctive, tropical flavour of fresh-squeezed pineapple juice. The bottle features a light yellow Smirnoff logo.

Smirnoff Ice Black (retired)

Smirnoff Ice Black, a citrus-flavoured beverage with an extra punch of alcohol (8 per cent versus the usual 5 per cent content), was discontinued and replaced with another product called Smirnoff XBT. If you're looking for Smirnoff Black, you will instead find the XBT version, which no longer carries the actual "Ice" name.

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