can you do with Idaho potatoes, Rocky Mountain spring
water, and Canadian birch charcoal? Even though a barbeque
comes to mind first, that isn't the right answer - make vodka
is the right answer! Some of the best potato vodkas have come
from Poland and Russia and don't even get me started on which
one is better; however, since I'm Polish, you just might be
able to guess which way I might sway.
potatoes have actually put Idaho on the map, it would make
good sense to locate a distillery close to those world famous
fields. I actually prefer potato based vodka and even vodka
made from grapes over corn and other grain based vodkas. They
simply taste better, rounder, softer and are smoother, and
after all, isn't all that the point of a good vodka? Also,
should you suffer from Celiac Disease (an intolerance to gluten
from grains), this is naturally going to be your vodka.
let's see what this Snake River spirit is all about. It comes
in a plain transparent bottle with a blue and gray label which
is nicely designed and simply stated. The nose is subtly sweet
yet clean and refreshing with no alcohol smell. The palate
continues in the same line as the nose and is clean with a
touch of sweetness and earthiness, yet it is not oily or thick.
It is also pleasantly smooth and neat and has no alcohol bite
or even any spiciness; this is seriously smooth vodka.
finish is also clean and very smooth with no bite and no pepper,
just a bit of warmth at the back of the throat that lasts
a short time and requires absolutely no chaser. This is an
amazing vodka for the price, $25.00 for 750 ML. This spirit
beats up vodkas costing twice as much. If you can find it
near you get some and experience the taste that comes really
close to the true definition of vodka, odorless, no taste,
no flavor, just pure enjoyment.
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