October 18, 2005

Cold River Vodka: Potatoes Redefined

Maine is known for its potatoes, and finally someone from Vacationland has come up with an idea for spuds we can really sink our teeth into.

Cold River VodkaNormally, we don't ask for much from our potatoes. Mashed, baked or french fried, we're pretty happy with them however they turn out. The Cold River Vodka company holds their tubers to a higher standard, however...they turn them into super-premium vodka.

The vodka, which will be on store shelves in a few weeks, is already starting to get local attention. We heard about it through the grapevine a few days ago, and they're already getting coverage.

After months of work, taste testers will help Maine Distilleries LLC decide this week on the final formula that will be on store shelves within a matter of weeks.

At $31.99-a-bottle, the company is aiming for the top of the shelf, and its founders are confident that their Cold River Vodka can compete with the world's best.

Learn more about Cold River Vodka at Boston.com, or check them out at their Web site.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 18, 2005 8:08 AM


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