Bunta is sold in shopping markets, where the fizzy drink quenches the thirst of busy shoppers whenever they stop for a break. If locals spot the bottles which are sealed with marble pebbles, that place becomes their pit-stop. Drinking bunta is an experience that Indians encourage foreigners to enjoy, too. Perhaps you’ll have to search hard to find bunta. But if you cannot find it yet, then we guess you’ll have to find a lemon or orange-flavoured soda to make up for it. Sometimes, bunta is also available in the jeera (cumin) flavour. So you may give your cocktail a unique twist, using jeera bunta! 

This wonderful cocktail of bunta vodka combines the lemon or orange flavours of the popular carbonated drink called bunta or goli soda, along with vodka. Here’s why you should try it —


What's special about the bunta vodka cocktail is that you can create this drink in a few very simple steps. While we always recommend using good-quality of alcohol, it really boils down to what you are okay with. The basics of drinking are quite clear, right? Drink judiciously, don't over do it, adjust the ratio of soda and vodka according to preference, don't fall for peer pressure and so on and so forth. 

If you would like to make this cocktail, just follow the steps given below - 


45 ml Vodka

1 bottle Bunta

Mint leaves, to garnish

Lemon wedges

Ice cubes


Fill a glass with ice cubes. 

Pour any flavour of bunta. 

Now add the vodka.

Stir the drink so that the flavours blend.

Garnish with mint leaves and lemon wedges.


For extra flavour, you may also add other ingredients such as lime juice, syrup or even use vodka that is infused with different kinds of flavours. If you've tried making this drink, do let us know the experience!