Top 10 bizarre vodka variants


Alaska Distillery is responsible for this, along with other flavours such as birch syrup, rhubarb and fireweed.

It’s certainly the strangest flavour we could find, if only because it’s so hard to see how it could be used in any cocktail.

However, the website claims it is one of the most popular vodkas it produces and suggests it as going well in a Bloody Mary to make it a “truly Alaskan experience”.

One Response to “Top 10 bizarre vodka variants”

  1. Deepak Rajput says:

    Looks to be a good Vodka. Should be prefered by Indians, who has liking for sweets.

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