Blue Duck Vodka

Critics and connoisseurs alike agree this handcrafted, seven-times batch-distilled vodka is truly exceptional. Mutliple gold-medal and trophy winner

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Further Information

Brand Blue Duck Rare Vodka
Region Auckland
Varietal Vodka
Size 750ml
Alcohol % 43.0%
Country New Zealand

Description

Since its launch last year Blue Duck Rare Vodka has soared to enviable heights, winning a rare double-gold medal at the San Francisco World Spirit Awards, followed by another gold at the Top Fifty Vodka Awards in the United States. Critics and connoisseurs alike agree this handcrafted, seven-times batch-distilled vodka is truly exceptional. Blended with the purest water in the world this vodka has a velvety smooth texture, and a highly distinctive and incomparable taste - could this be the world's next best vodka? A very rare vodka indeed! If medals aren't enough to inspire you then perhaps championing the environment and saving endangered species is? Blue Duck Rare Vodka is inspired by the extremely rare and endangered blue duck of Fiordland, with a percentage of profits donated to the Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand to help save this species. Awarded "Double-Gold" 2014, San Francisco Spirits Awards.


Smells

Gentle, charcoal phenolic with a pale lemon zest, fine wheat hull and straw aroma. TASTES Highly refined, vital, velvety and smooth, the structure races around the tongue while the fine-grained unctuous alcohol rolls fashionably through the middle.

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