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Vodka Review

Woody Creek Potato Vodka Review

Woody Creek Potato Vodka Review

Woody Creek Distillers is a new distillery based in Colorado. After some construction, farming and producing spirits, they opened their 10,000 square foot facility in May. Woody Creek currently has one product on the market — their signature Potato Vodka — and five more are coming: Reserve Stobrawa Potato Vodka,…read more →

Introducing Hophead Vodka

Introducing Hophead Vodka

Anchor Distilling Company has been busy of late. In November, the San Francisco-based outfit introduced a couple of Japanese whiskeys, and just last month, they announced Hophead Vodka. While most vodka comes from grain or potatoes, this latest innovation is distilled entirely from two types of dried hops. So, while…read more →

Belaya Rus Vodka Review

Belaya Rus Vodka Review

Belaya Rus Vodka hails from Belarus, where it was introduced in 1993. It’s comprised of rye (75%) and wheat (25%), and is distilled six times. Before it’s blended with water — which happens to be drawn from 1000-foot deep wells — the water is filtered through Cremia, a black flint…read more →

Vikingfjord Vodka Review

Vikingfjord Vodka Review

One of the latest products to cross our desk is Vikingfjord Vodka. It’s our first hands-on encounter with the Norway-based spirit, which is distilled from potatoes. After distillation, it’s blended with water that comes courtesy of the 5,000 year old Jostedal glacier in Arctic Norway. Glacier water is naturally purified…read more →

Vision Vodka Review

Vision Vodka Review

Vision Vodka hails from Oregon, where it’s crafted with American wheat and mountain spring water before being distilled five times. During its short time on the market, Vision Vodka has won numerous awards, including a gold medal at the 2011 San Francisco World Spirits Competition and a score of 93…read more →

Karlsson’s Gold Vodka Review

Karlsson’s Gold Vodka Review

Karlsson’s Gold Vodka is distilled from virgin new potatoes grown in Sweden’s Cape Bjar. This ‘07 entrant to the U.S. market is made by Bjore Karlsson, who helped create Absolut, one of the world’s most popular and better-produced vodkas. Karlsson’s Gold is an industry rarity, in that it’s the product…read more →