Ukrainian vodka brand Dima’s has pledged to donate all the proceeds raised from the sale of its bottled cocktail range to Ukrainian relief charities. 

The initiative will see all the money raised from the purchase of four cocktails, split between several Ukrainian charities including British-Ukrainian Aid and Come Back Alive.

“This fundraiser is a cause that’s very close to my heart,” said Dima Deinega, founder of Dima’s.

“We hope to raise money for the humanitarian needs of the people suffering in Ukraine and highlight the incredible resilience and spirit of the Ukrainian people.”

The four twists on classic vodka cocktails have been created by The Gibson’s Marian Beke and Nightjar’s Tony Pescatori and include Electropolitan, an Electric Liqueur and sea buckthorn berry take on the cosmo, Dirty Fig Martini with Tommaso Agnini Balsamic Vermouth, Casoni figs, and cherry liqueur, Kyiv’s Coffee an espresso martini with bitter orange marmalade, cold brew coffee, sea salt honey caramel and fresh bourbon vanilla, and Pickled Gimlet with porcini mushroom, gherkin brine cordial, smoky sea salt and fresh lemon.

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Last night, Dima’s also held a fundraiser in collaboration with the London-based Ukrainian-owned bar, Pinch that raised over £5000 for British-Ukrainian Aid.

The full range of cocktails is available to purchase at Dima’s website, customers can use the discount code SUPPORTUKRAINE when buying four bottled cocktails to donate.