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Please see below the alcohol percentage for our Core Range and Tailored Vodkas:
Archie Rose Native Botanical Vodka - 40% Alc/Vol.
Archie Rose Tailored Vodka - 40% Alc/Vol.
Much like our approach to making gin, we begin our vodka production with a neutral spirit, made from Australian wheat.
We then prepare the spirit for further distillation in our copper pot still by reducing the strength with local Sydney water that has been filtered six times using a variety of processes.
Using only natural ingredients, we then add a small amount of botanical spirit to our vodka to imbue texture, complexity and character.
Archie Rose Native Botanical Vodka can be enjoyed in a variety of ways and is a very versatile spirit. A few suggestions include: neat - straight from the freezer, on the rocks with a squeeze of your favourite citrus and in simple highball style drinks such as vodka, lime & soda or Moscow Mule. You can find a range of Archie Rose cocktail recipes here.
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The Coeliac Society of Australia states: All alcohol is gluten-free with the exception of beer. Please note however that whilst the distillation process at Archie Rose Distilling Co. should remove all traces of gluten from the spirits rendering them “gluten-free”, the fact that they are produced in a distillery that makes whisky and therefore stores tonnes of different grains and malts onsite, means there is a risk of cross-contamination. This is why we don’t list our spirits as “gluten-free” and we recommend customers seek their doctor’s advice.
As long as the bottle is kept out of direct sunlight and not exposed to extreme temperatures and sealed correctly your vodka can last for many years in unopened bottles. In terms of opened bottles, we recommend drinking within 6 months of opening, as spirits will lose some flavour/character over time. This really depends on a couple of factors such as the size of the bottle, the ABV of the spirit, and the amount of spirit remaining in the bottle versus the air that has been introduced.
Most vodka isn’t made from potatoes. In fact, vodka wasn’t even originally made from potatoes as potatoes didn’t make it to the European Continent until the 16th Century when Spanish Conquistadores brought them back from Peru. Grains such as rye, barley and wheat are common base ingredients for vodka. Most modern vodka is grain-based, though some are made from grapes, whey, sugar or sugar beet, and yes, even potatoes. All you need to make vodka is a sugar source that is able to ferment. The character of the base ingredient can impact the final product, with wheat-based vodka often lighter and whey or potato-based vodka being creamier.
Vodka comes from the Slavic word for water, voda. The name vodka is a diminutive form of this word, interpreted as little water. This is actually similar to whisky - which comes from the Gaelic uisge beatha, or “water of life.”
Vodka is considered a lower-calorie option when compared to wine or beer. The more concentrated your vodka is (i.e. the higher the ABV), the more calories it contains. For 45ml of vodka at 40% ABV, you’re looking at approximately 96 calories (401kJ).
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