Unflavored Vodka

Unflavored Vodka is one of the most consumed liquors in the world. The name translates from the word “voda” which means water in Russian. In 1975, Vodka outsold Bourbon in the United Sates and it has remained popular since. This beverage is distilled from a mash of simple sugars from different grains, potatoes, rye, and wheat. The majority of Polish vodka uses rye while in Russia they liked to use wheat, which has a reputation for higher quality. For mixing purposes, Vodka's water-like clarity makes it ideal for use in cocktails, because there are no heavy aromas left on the palate.