... If they made Vodka on Islay.Williams Chase
is just a simple English farmer. When he struggled to make his potato-farming pay, he started transforming his small-farm produced spuds into premium English-style chips. Turns out, selling things made from potatoes was better business than selling the potatoes themselves. Then Williams got ahold of some real potato vodka
for the first time. The smooth, rich flavor of that particular spud-beverage naturally made him consider his home-grown tubers.
Thus, Chase Distillery LTD
was born on the farm. The liquor side of this burgeoning business has since grown to a wide range of premium, highly regarded Vodkas, Gins, Ciders, Wines,
and flavored liqueurs
—all small-batch, and all perfectly crafted. Their world-class potato Vodka was voted “World’s Best Vodka”
at the San Francisco World Spirits Awards
and forms the base for their Gins and specialty flavored elixirs. So you see… Williams Chase is just a simple English farmer …
This is a really interesting idea. Take pure well water and sit it in a smoke house for five days. Then use this naturally-scented water
to make an award-winning Vodka. Boom… just like that, you get Chase English Oak Smoked Vodka.
This is the PERFECT
way to bring a savory smokiness—like you get from charred barrels or by drying your barley-malt over a peat fire.
That’s it! Think of Chase English Oak Smoked Vodka
as the kind of Vodka they would make on Islay in Scotland … if they made Vodka on Islay. What you end up with is a pure, yet smoky flavor
that is hard to define, but easy to enjoy. And make no mistake, this is seriously good, premium potato Vodka
made in exceptionally small, 1000-bottle batches.
But think about this for a minute and let your crafty-cocktail mind expand with the possibilities. Just imagine what it would do to a classic Bloody Mary or Dirty Martini? It’s all about the smoke!