Born and Bred American Vodka

Jun 9, 2017

Category: Vices

We’ll be honest with you for a second, as avid whiskey lovers ourselves it’s sometimes hard for us to find a vodka we really like – that is until we came across this American-made vodka from Grand Teton Distillery. Maybe it’s time we start really giving Russia a run for their money.

Based in beautiful and picturesque Jackson, Wyoming, Grand Teton Distillery is in the ideal location thanks to an abundance of pristine glacial water in and around the surrounding region due to – you guessed it – the Grand Teton mountains. Distilled with this very water, the vodka is also made with famous Idaho potatoes resulting in a spirit that’s strictly American – despite its namesake. As either the perfect mixer for those summer cocktails or for casually sipped after a long day’s work, Born and Bred will keep the celebration going; American style. Available now.

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