The spirit of Caribbean passion calls, with Van Gogh’s Mojito Mint Vodka, the only mojito mint flavored vodka on the market today. It delivers the refreshing inspiration revered by artists for generations: the cultured taste of Old Havana, distilled masterfully into the highest rated flavored vodka in the world.Celebrate tradition with the perfect taste of old Cuba. Straight or mixed with other fine Van Gogh Flavored Vodkas, Van Gogh Mojito Mint Vodka always makes the Luxury Martini.
I love this stuff! I am a fan of all things mint lol. Mixes well with gin also.
I didn't care for this at all - Too minty and left a bad taste.
Introduced in 2005, the artfully crafted Van Gogh Mojito Mint Vodka is refreshing and bold, featuring the taste of wild spearmint and zesty lime. Van Gogh’s flavored vodkas and Van Gogh Gin are distilled and bottled by the Royal Dirkzwager Distilleries in Schiedam, Holland. The city is famous since the 16th century not only because of the excellent water quality but also for innovation in distillation sciences. The Royal Dirkzwager Distillery is a family owned business, passed down from father to son since 1879 received in 2004 a Royal Appointment by Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands for 125 years of consistent excellence and reliable quality. Over the years the distillery expanded and needed more space for bottling lines, distilling tanks, pot stills and inventory. Rebuilding and modernizing the distillery is an ongoing process and always under the supervision of the Holland Monument Society.
Handmade in small batches by our own Master Distiller Tim Vos, Van Gogh Vodka is painstakingly crafted using only the finest fruit, grains and purified water. The grain alcohol goes through a multiple distillation process followed by an all-natural double infusion flavoring process. This innovative six-week procedure, pioneered by the Royal Dirkzwager Distilleries, creates Van Gogh Vodka’s signature smooth taste. The state-of-the-art equipment ensures a smooth and quality controlled bottling process which is handled in a very efficient way.