Jewel of Russia Ultra
“An ancient recipe is used to produce Ultra vodka, but the distilled spirits undergo additional rectification and uses a slow five-stage filtration through specially-modified charcoal made from the stones of peaches and apricots. Each authentic Russian bottle is manually painted with the traditional Russian Palekh lacquer technique and is signed by an individual artist. Jewel of Russia Ultra is a genuine Russian vodka and is recommended to be drunk strongly chilled or in a martini.” For more information check out the whiskeyexchange.com or Diffordsguide.com for full tasting notes. This vodka is made in limited quantities and can be yours for $127.00.
Portland Potato Vodka
“Portland Potato Vodka™ from Eastside Distilling is the Northwest’s new premium vodka with the clean, crisp taste that mixes especially well in your favorite cocktails or drinks great straight-up on the rocks.
The key to producing a vodka this smooth is to start with the right ingredients. Most vodka is made from grains, but we feel that grains are better used for whiskey. Potatoes, on the other hand, make for a vodka that is clear and clean, and doesn’t get in the way when turning a regular beverage into a flavorful adult beverage.” Click here to be directed to the distillery website.
Tastings.com had this to say about the taste of this product: “Clear. Mild aromas and flavors of sweet cream and minerals with a silky, dryish medium body and a graceful powdered sugar and pink peppercorn accented finish. Very nice flavor and texture; will make a fine martini.
International Review of Spirits Award: Gold Medal”
North Sister Vodka
“Crisp, fresh mountain atmosphere encapsulated in Sister’s finest vodka. North Sister, Faith, is the most difficult to climb but the most glorious in beauty. North Sister Vodka is a corn vodka that is distilled 6 times and filtered another 6. To top it off its blended with cascade snowmelt giving is that hearty Mountain taste. North Sister Vodka. Bringing the Mountain to you- all year long. Handcrafted andbottled by Bend Spirits. Bend, Oregon.”
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