Spud Sweet Potato Pumpkin Spice Vodka
  • Category Flavored Vodka
  • Country United States
  • Region New York
  • Distillery Spud
  • Age NAS
  • Style Sweet Potato Flavored Vodka
  • Alcohol 35%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
  • spicy
  • dried fruit
  • sweet
  • vanilla
  • dark chocolate
  • caramel
  • port
  • ginger
  • biscuit

Spud

Sweet Potato Pumpkin Spice Vodka (0.75l, 35%)
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If you love premium potato Vodka then this Spud's for you! 
 
Spud Partners makes really great Vodka—and they are getting the awards to prove it. But they are also the Mad Men of Vodka… liquor-industry advertising veterans who are going to conquer the Vodka world with backing from Spirits Capital Partners and luscious spud-i-licious spirits dripping from the expert stills at Roust Distilling. Based in Poland and Russia and being the world’s largest producer, and no one knows more about Vodka than Roust. 
 
If you are going to make Vodka from Potato—the absolute best source for this Russian-born water of life—Spud is a perfectly proportioned proto-nym for perfect potato promotional popularity… period. They offer a variety of Vodkas in their purest form and in several seasonal and flavored varieties. And since the potato is gluten-free, so is their entire line of Vodka. 
 
Spud Vodka has been mashing their competition at all of the awards events with their absolute-awesomeness-in-a-glass potato Vodka and their ginger-lemon-grass variety. This is seriously good stuff. So how do you top it? With more flavors! The one you will want to know about—right here and right now—is the Sweet Potato Pumpkin Spice Vodka. Say wha’! 
 
Instead of regular tubers, this one is made from sweet potato and infused with that oh-so-delectable collection of nutmeg, clove, and cinnamon that make Autumn our favorite season for eats and drinks. The use of sweet potato just adds a slightest bit of sweetness to the shot, and the aromas make your mouth water before you finish pouring it. And try it as the base for a Moscow Mule—Spud Vodka Sweet Potato Pumpkin Spice was simply MADE for mixing with that Ginger Beer and lime. 
 
Smartass Corner:
Of course, the word “spud” has come to mean potato, so-called after the smaller pointed shovel used to pull root crops from the soil. A wide pointed shovel is called a spade, a narrow one is called a spud. 
  • Category Flavored Vodka
  • Country United States
  • Region New York
  • Distillery Spud
  • Age NAS
  • Style Sweet Potato Flavored Vodka
  • Alcohol 35%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
Appearance / Color
Clear. 
 
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Like your neighbor is baking cookies while drinking a martini. 
 
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Fresh, smooth, and creamy with a pumpkin scone flair.  
 
Finish 
Long, gentle, and warm.
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  • spicy
  • dried fruit
  • sweet
  • vanilla
  • dark chocolate
  • caramel
  • port
  • ginger
  • biscuit
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The number 16 holds significant importance for Casa Dragones Tequila. General Ignacio Allende was a leader of the Dragones who worked closely with Father Hidalgo in Mexico’s Independence movement. On September 16th, 1810, Father Hidalgo delivered his famous independence speech. This important date in Mexican history is honored with a 16’ on every label and on the bottom of every Casa Dragones Blanco bottle. Coincidentally, 16 is also the number in the address at La Casa Dragones.

What’s in a name? Rumor has it that Old Tom Gin got its name from the wooden plaques shaped like “Old Tom” black cats that adorned the outside wall of pubs in the 18th century.

Balcones has the tallest copper pot stills in the world, featuring proprietary helical lyne arms that were designed and built by the famed Forsyths of Scotland.

The release of their first Bourbon sold out with 2,400 cases sold in 26 seconds to the Wyoming Liquor Division.
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Character Dogson

The number 16 holds significant importance for Casa Dragones Tequila. General Ignacio Allende was a leader of the Dragones who worked closely with Father Hidalgo in Mexico’s Independence movement. On September 16th, 1810, Father Hidalgo delivered his famous independence speech. This important date in Mexican history is honored with a 16’ on every label and on the bottom of every Casa Dragones Blanco bottle. Coincidentally, 16 is also the number in the address at La Casa Dragones.

What’s in a name? Rumor has it that Old Tom Gin got its name from the wooden plaques shaped like “Old Tom” black cats that adorned the outside wall of pubs in the 18th century.

Balcones has the tallest copper pot stills in the world, featuring proprietary helical lyne arms that were designed and built by the famed Forsyths of Scotland.

The release of their first Bourbon sold out with 2,400 cases sold in 26 seconds to the Wyoming Liquor Division.
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