Vintage Luxury Vodkas Distilled From A Single Potato Variety
2008 was a good year for Karlsson's, allowing them to produce an $80 bottle made from the common spud.
Sweden-based boutique vodka company, Karlsson’s, has claimed to create the first range of “vintage” vodkas. Rather than distilling from various source materials, each one distilled will be from a single potato variety grown on a particular farm during a single season. Often the process is associated with wine making where changes in the weather affects the grapes and the quality of the wine.
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