Episode 826: The Vodka Proof
A bottle of fancy vodka, like Grey Goose, costs about $35. A bottle of the cheap stuff can be under $10. That's a wide range, but, by definition, vodka is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. So, could there really be a difference between vodkas? Or is the difference all in the marketing?
#826: The Vodka Proof
The Vodka Proof
Today on the show, we get to the bottom of the question. We go to a distillery and find out how vodka is actually made. We hear the story of the genius who created the whole concept of super premium vodka. We find out where a lot of vodka really comes from. And then, we'll see if we can make our own.
This episode is a collaboration with the Sporkful food podcast. Find more of their episodes here.
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Correction March 2, 2018
In a previous version of this podcast, we said Grey Goose vodka is four times distilled. In fact, it is distilled only once.