Plant Botanical Vodka

Vendor Plant Botanical
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Introducing Plant Botanical Vodka – Where Nature Meets Elegance!

Indulge in a harmonious fusion of nature's finest botanicals and premium vodka with our exquisite Plant Botanical Vodka. Crafted with precision and passion, this exceptional spirit is a celebration of the botanical world, capturing the essence of lush greenery in every sip.

Our master distillers meticulously select the highest quality grains and blend them with a unique medley of handpicked botanicals, sourced from the most pristine corners of the Earth. Immerse yourself in the symphony of flavors, as the delicate notes of juniper, coriander, and citrus dance together seamlessly, creating a refreshing and sophisticated profile that sets Plant Botanical Vodka apart.

Smooth and versatile, this vodka is the perfect companion for any occasion. Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as the star ingredient in your favorite cocktails, Plant Botanical Vodka elevates every experience with its distinct character and botanical charm.

Embrace the elegance of nature with a drink that not only tantalizes the taste buds but also engages the senses. The exquisite bottle design reflects the purity and natural beauty of the ingredients within, making Plant Botanical Vodka a captivating addition to any bar or spirits collection.

Join us on a journey where craftsmanship meets nature, and savor the exceptional quality of Plant Botanical Vodka – a testament to the artistry of distillation and the bounty of the botanical world. Elevate your drinking experience and toast to the extraordinary with Plant Botanical Vodka.




Tasting Notes

Crystal clear with a brilliant, pristine transparency, Plant Botanical Vodka invites you with its pure and unadulterated allure. As you pour it into your glass, you'll notice the liquid's silky texture, promising a smooth journey for your palate.

Upon nosing, a delicate bouquet of botanicals unfolds. Subtle juniper undertones mingle with fresh citrus notes, creating a bright and inviting aroma. The fragrance is reminiscent of a stroll through a fragrant botanical garden, where every inhalation unveils a new layer of complexity.

The first sip is an exploration of nuanced flavors. A gentle wave of juniper introduces itself, followed by the harmonious interplay of coriander and a hint of citrus zest. The botanical infusion imparts a refreshing quality, while the underlying vodka base ensures a velvety, mouth-coating experience. The taste is a symphony of nature's finest, balanced with precision and finesse.

The finish is exceptionally smooth, leaving behind a lingering, subtle warmth that invites contemplation. As the botanical medley gracefully fades, a clean and crisp conclusion remains, encouraging you to savor the memory of the journey through each botanical layer.

Distillery Information

Since the 1890s, standard vodkas have been 40% alcohol by volume (ABV) (80 U.S. proof). The European Union has established a minimum alcohol content of 37.5% for vodka. Vodka in the United States must have a minimum alcohol content of 40%.
Some claim that it originated as early as the 8th or 9th century in either Poland or Russia. Regardless of when or where it originated, a liquor called vodka was present in Russia during the 14th century.Botanical herbs and spices are used in ALL gins to flavor the base product soon after it comes out of the still. You can think of the initial distillate as very high-proof vodka with little or no flavor. The herbs and spices are then used to flavor (“infuse”) the vodka very early in the process.Gin can be classified as a botanically infused vodka. Vodka is called the “conception spirit” as it can be seen as the base from which other spirits are derived. So if you add traditional gin botanicals, like juniper, you can make gin from vodka. But not all botanically infused vodkas are gin.
Vodka goes through a column distillation process. This concept arrived in the 19th century when commercial distillers needed a faster method than pot distilling, which required cleaning after every batch. Column distilling involves large columns where mash/wash is constantly injected, and the steam rises to meet it.
Vodka can be distilled from pretty much anything that can be fermented to make alcohol, but its mostly produced from potatoes, sugar beet molasses and cereal grains.