Whether its distilled from soft winter wheat or grapes from the Cognac region, French Vodka makes a subtle, yet unforgettable, impression. With its reputation for wine, its easy to forget that France produces some of the most elegant Vodka out there.
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Vodka can be made pretty much of any ingredient that contains starch. Potatoes and grains are the most common ones, but you’ll also find Vodka made from beet, sugar beet, sorghum, grapes and many other sources of starch.
How many calories does Vodka have?
A 1.5-ounce serving of plain, 80-proof (40 %) Vodka contains 96 calories.
How many types of Vodka are there?
There are three types of Vodkas: plain, flavored and fruit Vodkas.
Sidney Frank, an American business man, was the first person to start distilling Vodka in France for the masses. His product? The infamous Grey Goose, which he sold to Bacardi in 2004.
Vodka can cure what ails ya. It’s been shown to disinfect a toothache and ward off poison ivy by washing away its itchy culprit: urushiol oil.
Today, Vodka comes in all sorts of crazy flavors: bacon, maple syrup, PB&J, dill pickle and even smoked salmon — BYO-blinis and caviar.
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