These Seriously Local Vodkas Taste Like All Kinds of America

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  • jray1313 posted 2 years ago

    I'm a vodka person & liquor salesman, try Dash out of Brookshire TX. One of the best I've had, made with wheat & raisins, very smooth taste.

  • marisa.anne.stjohn.2c405ab posted 2 years ago

    Humboldt County, California's Dutch & Dewey Distillery (DutchAndDeweyDistillery.com) produces small-batch, hand-crafted, and sustainably-made Farm Horse Vodka (described as a vodka for whiskey drinkers) and recently released a rich-flavored and locally made coffee liqueur (Old Town Eureka Coffee Liqueur).

  • wymouse.85ca42 posted 2 years ago

    Highwire Distillery and Striped Pig Distillery in Charleston, SC. Some really good vodka.

  • landryr66 posted 2 years ago

    Definitely recommend Oryza Vodka from Thibadoux, LA from Donnier-Peltier Distillery. Their vodka is amazing. Will look into checking the above out as well.

  • BDanner posted 2 years ago

    Covington Vodka out of Snow Hill, NC. Made from surplus Sweet Potatoes. Smooth, Creamy and a touch sweet, makes a great V& T or dry martini. $29


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