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October 5, 2007

Garlic Vodka


That's different.

From trifter.com:

    Garlic Vodka

    This unique garlic-flavored vodka is produced by the Vodochnaya Artel “YAT”, a Russian distillery.

    It is actually part of a new product line of strongly flavored vodkas better known by the company as “bitter nastoykas”.

    The company has also released horseradish-flavored vodka.

    It is said that the drink complements and enhances the flavor of certain dishes and it is also believed to help prevent a cold.

    Perhaps it can also keep the vampires away.


Those who wish to explore the garlic vodka space in more depth will find much to chew on here.

[via my Missouri correspondent]

October 5, 2007 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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I want to try garlic vodka. Is it available in

India ?

Posted by: rupjyoty mahanta | Nov 13, 2009 9:00:07 AM

I've never understood why there are sooo many garlic haters. I loves me the stuff!

I'm gonna have to ask my Ruskie girlfriend to see if she can get some of this sent over. She keeps complaining about the qualities of American vodka (even the stuff labeled under russian names is supposedly bad to her) and I should get her to find some of the good stuff anyways and prove me wrong that the best vodka is whatever is coursing through my veins.

But garlic vodka! Seriously, this sounds great! I can mix it with my ginger liquor and throw in a little soy sauce and have teriyaki in a glass!

Posted by: clifyt | Oct 5, 2007 9:16:43 AM

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