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Uv Vodka Blue

Bottle Size: 1.00l Item #: 1051918
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Uv Vodka Blue 1.00l

Uv Vodka Blue

Who says the blues get you down? Naturally flavored with fresh raspberries for just a little sweetness, UV Blue is the happiness. Especially uplifting with lemonade, lemon-lime sodas, or pretty much any mixer.

While many expensive brands feel that three times through the still is plenty, we’ve found that four cycles yields a spirit of optimal purity, neutrality and character. While vodka can be distilled from just about any organic material that yields starch, our thorough research and experimentation has confirmed that there’s nothing better than yellow #2 corn grown right here in the American Midwest. Our water is drawn from the deep aquifers of Princeton, Minnesota—not far from the headwaters of the great Mississippi River. Unwanted minerals are removed using a technique called “three-bed deionization.” For a bit of sweetness we only use real sugar, never corn syrup.

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1 bottle
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Case of 12
will ship between December 5 and December 6
Uv Uv Vodka Blue
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.00l
Who says the blues get you down? Naturally flavored with fresh raspberries for just a little sweetness, UV Blue is the happiness. Especially uplifting with lemonade, lemon-lime sodas, or pretty much any mixer.
 

Notes on the Uv Vodka Blue 1.00L

Technical Notes While many expensive brands feel that three times through the still is plenty, we’ve found that four cycles yields a spirit of optimal purity, neutrality and character. While vodka can be distilled from just about any organic material that yields starch, our thorough research and experimentation has confirmed that there’s nothing better than yellow #2 corn grown right here in the American Midwest. Our water is drawn from the deep aquifers of Princeton, Minnesota—not far from the headwaters of the great Mississippi River. Unwanted minerals are removed using a technique called “three-bed deionization.” For a bit of sweetness we only use real sugar, never corn syrup.