The Bay Seasoned Vodka
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  • pepper
  • botanicals
  • salty
  • savoury
  • spicy
  • fragrant
  • nutmeg
  • cardamom
  • grain

The Bay

Seasoned Vodka (1l, 40%)
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Character Goatson
A seasoned Vodka with savory notes of the sea for next-level cocktail making.

Philadelphia Distilling was the first craft distiller in Pennsylvania since Prohibition. In 2005 when the founders applied for their license, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board officials had to make one up because an official form did not yet exist. Their first product was the patriotically-named Bluecoat Gin. And it was a success. Fifteen years later they have expanded, added new stills, and developed a range of quality Gins, Vodka, and even Absinth.

The Bay Seasoned Vodka was launched in 2013. It is named after the famous Chesapeake Bay that connects Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Washington DC — and is famous for crab-cakes and "Old Bay" seasoning. The Bay Seasoned Vodka infuses some of those local botanicals into the Spirit for a Vodka that brings the flavor of the region along with it.

The base Spirit is grain-based and the botanical infusions include celery seed, black and red pepper, nutmeg, cardamom, and sea salt. The result is a savory Vodka that is just about perfect for making a Bloody Mary, Dirty Vodka Martini, or other savory cocktail of your choosing.
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Appearance / Color
Clear

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aroma is salty and savory with a peppery kick.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The flavor profile takes like the sea with a melange of flavors that scream to be served with clams and soft-shell crab — from peppery and salty notes to resinous and smoky notes.

Finish
The finish lingers in the back palate for a long time.
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  • pepper
  • botanicals
  • salty
  • savoury
  • spicy
  • fragrant
  • nutmeg
  • cardamom
  • grain
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
Seems that Vodka is a lightweight—quite literally. This clear Spirit actually weighs less than water. One liter of water weighs 1,000 grams, while the same amount of Vodka only clocks in at 953 grams.
The average life of a $50 bill in circulation is 55 months before it is replaced due to wear.
Unlike its boozy brethren Bourbon and Scotch, Vodka can be made anywhere in the world. But it’s Eastern Europe that gets the credit for its birth. Just don’t ask Russia and Poland to get to the bottom of it—both argue that they masterminded the Spirit first.
Vodka can be made anywhere in the world and pretty much of any ingredient that contains starch.

For a potato-based Vodka, 12kg (26.5lbs) potatoes are needed to produce a single bottle.
You won't impress the bartender by ordering Vodka-soda, but it's a good choice if you want to avoid unecessary sugar intake and make sure you stay hydrated when consuming alcohol.
It looks like potato chips and flavored Vodka are two things where the producers unleash their imagination. Bubble gum, fresh cut grass, pumpkin pie, marshmallow, and coconut water hardly begin to describe the many flavors of Vodka.
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Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
Seems that Vodka is a lightweight—quite literally. This clear Spirit actually weighs less than water. One liter of water weighs 1,000 grams, while the same amount of Vodka only clocks in at 953 grams.
The average life of a $50 bill in circulation is 55 months before it is replaced due to wear.
Unlike its boozy brethren Bourbon and Scotch, Vodka can be made anywhere in the world. But it’s Eastern Europe that gets the credit for its birth. Just don’t ask Russia and Poland to get to the bottom of it—both argue that they masterminded the Spirit first.
Vodka can be made anywhere in the world and pretty much of any ingredient that contains starch.

For a potato-based Vodka, 12kg (26.5lbs) potatoes are needed to produce a single bottle.
You won't impress the bartender by ordering Vodka-soda, but it's a good choice if you want to avoid unecessary sugar intake and make sure you stay hydrated when consuming alcohol.
It looks like potato chips and flavored Vodka are two things where the producers unleash their imagination. Bubble gum, fresh cut grass, pumpkin pie, marshmallow, and coconut water hardly begin to describe the many flavors of Vodka.
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