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ALL ABOUT VODKA

Many love vodka for its neutral spirit with a clean, crisp flavor. Vodka's unique characteristics allow it to be distilled to a high proof, filtered with charcoal to give it that distinctive taste. Vodka's flavor profile, often described as tasting "clean" or "neutral", gives it versatility that can be enjoyed in many different ways.

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History

The word Vodka means water in Russian and was used by the Polish to refer to any white distilled drink. Vodka originated in Russia and Eastern Europe more than a thousand years ago. Originally, producers created a very low-quality product until the accession of Empress Catherine II. Under her reign, nobles could now produce liquor on their estates. In one of these small factories, they invented a purifying method using charcoal. This transformed the drink into one of crystalline purity of the highest quality.

How Vodka is Made

Through distillation methods, vodka producers remove impurities from the liquid, resulting in a clean, flavorless spirit. Distillers usually make it from grain or potatoes, but it can also be made from fruit or other sugary liquids. It usually contains between 35% and 50% alcohol by volume (70 to 100 proof). To make vodka, first ferment the grain or potato mash. This process converts the starch in the grain or potatoes into sugar, which is then converted into alcohol. Distillers then place the mash in a still and heat it until the alcohol vapors begin to rise. These vapors then condense back into a liquid before being collected, bottled, and enjoyed.

Types of

  • Potato Vodka - First, distillers mash the potatoes. After letting them sit, they are distilled to create a vodka without strong flavors. Because of its mild nature, this is the type of vodka used in many popular cocktails.
  • Grain Vodka - Distillers create this vodka from a variety of grains including wheat, rye and barley. It goes through an additional distillation process to remove any trace flavors that may be present in the alcohol content. Many consider grain vodkas to be smoother than potato vodkas.
  • Fruit Vodka - Distillers create fruit vodkas by using various fruits, such as apples and pears. Each type produces its own unique flavor profile that can be determined based on what grain was used in production.

WHAT DOES VODKA TASTE LIKE?

Vodka is not necessarily tasteless or odorless, and there are distinct differences between vodkas. Vodka flavor comes through subtly and often, like a clear grain. If you taste enough vodka of a great variety, you will begin to pick up the differences. Aficionados measure the smoothness of a vodka by various factors including its heat, also called "the burn". This sensation can be felt on both your tongue and throat when drinking it straight. More distillations performed with careful filtering techniques throughout the production process lead towards a less intense burn, which makes these vodkas feel smoother overall.

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How to Drink Vodka

For centuries people have enjoyed vodka, and there are many ways to enhance that experience. Some people insist on drinking straight from the bottle, while others like chilling down their favorite drink with ice before blending in some fresh fruit for that perfect flavor. You can also shake up vodkas into cocktails with ice or mix some water in before straining it into an old-fashioned glass for an extra special flavor.

Popular Vodka Brands

Tons of different vodkas can be found, and not all will suit your taste. You'll always want your favorite vodkas on hand so you can enjoy them when the mood strikes. Here's our list for the top five best-selling vodkas in America:
  • Absolut - This Swedish vodka, made exclusively from natural ingredients, doesn’t contain any added sugar like some other options. Many consider it a premium brand because of its crisp taste that you can savor straight or with other drinks.
  • Belvedere - Belvedere’s grassy, rye spice nature nicely complements the citrusy side of cocktails, as well as the more savory. Its well integrated alcohol doesn’t fight the rye base, and it leaves a clean finish on the palate.
  • Grey Goose - Made from soft single origin winter wheat from Picardy, France, and spring water from Gensac La Pallue, France, Grey Goose can be enjoyed straight, with soda, or as a part of a variety of cocktails. You can’t go wrong!
  • Smirnoff - Owned and produced by the British company, Diageo, Smirnoff’s been in business since 1864. They carry a wide variety of flavors, and distill their product from corn, making it gluten free. If you’re looking for variety, this may be the brand for you!
  • Stolichnaya - This vodka, made of wheat and rye grain, was the first brand to sell flavored and super premium vodkas in America. The well known Soviet brand distills its products three times, filters them four times through birch and quartz sand before blending it with artisanal well water for clean and refreshing tastes.

LIQUORSPLIT’S FAVORITE VODKAS

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GREAT VODKA RECIPES

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Cosmopolitan

The cosmopolitan is a classic cocktail that has been enjoyed by many. It features a balance of sweet and tart flavors, with a refreshing and slightly tangy taste that makes it a great choice for any occasion.

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Espresso Martini

The espresso martini is a unique cocktail that combines the rich, bold flavor of espresso with the smooth, velvety texture of a classic martini. The combination of coffee and alcohol also makes the espresso martini a popular choice for after-dinner drinks or late-night gatherings.

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Moscow Mule

The combination of vodka, ginger beer, and lime juice gives the drink a crisp and refreshing taste that's perfect for hot summer days. The drink is traditionally served in a copper mug, which adds a unique and stylish touch to any occasion.

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Vodka Tonic

Vodka tonics are a popular drink choice for social events, as they are easy to drink and are not too strong in alcohol content.

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