Kamchatka Vodka, Ever Heard Of It?
STEVE INSKEEP, Host:
David "Cricket" Shaw, of the Library Bar in Columbus, Ohio, says you might drink it without knowing it.
M: Say you just walk into a place and you just order a cranberry and vodka, you're getting that. Usually, it's the house - or the well, they call it.
INSKEEP: Kamchatka vodka is named after a Russian peninsula that sticks out into the Pacific Ocean, but it is actually distilled in Kentucky.
M: Saying it's good may be an overstatement; you don't do shots with it. It's a mixer.
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