Chase Vodka

From the makers of Tyrrell’s comes Chase Vodka! Perhaps wondering what to do with an excess of potatoes one day they set about cooking it up into alcohol and thank goodness they did!

It is smooth to the point of being creamy and many purport that it can be drunk either cold or at room temperature, which the same cannot be said of for many mainstream vodka brands.

Chase is made on a farm in Herefordshire with potatoes that are grown and harvested in the fields of the farm itself. The whole vodka making process takes place on site; picking, fermenting, distilling and bottling. First created in 2008, in 2010 Chase won best vodka in the world, beating 249 other vodka producers, quite an accolade!

Taste:

Velvety smooth without the harsh burn that you often get with popular brands of vodka. Keep this one hidden at parties! You don’t want it being drowned in lukewarm coke and guzzled by unappreciative guests! An amazing vodka to use in a martini.

Flavours:

Of all things there is a marmalade flavour. Showing just how British this brand truly is. This has to at least be sampled once even if it is a gimmick, it’s one that works!

Not to be out done on the multitude of flavours and clever branding and marketing opportunities Chase has a whole range of cleverly named varieties available. I must say, I want to try them all! Here are the vodka based spirits:

  • Chase Original Vodka
  • Chase English Oak Smoked Vodka
  • Chase Marmalade Vodka
  • Naked Chase Apple Vodka
  • Chase Rhubarb Vodka
  • Chase Fresh Fruit Liqueurs

www.chasedistillery.com

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