Mako: Vodka With A Message
It seems like every Tom, Dick and Tito is taking a shot now that the gubmint has relaxed its iron grip on the opening of distilleries. There's nothing wrong with that and some of them make pretty damned good drinks (we're looking at you Tito). It is nice, however, to see a company that wants to do more than get you drunk and slide a little cash in their wallets.
We've just discovered Mako Vodka, a distillery that donates part of its profits to help the environment, specifically our waters. Plus, it starts at a $13.99 price point, so you don't have to worry about breaking the bank while you're getting tipsy - sounds pretty good for a triple-distilled, charcoal-filtered vodka. Read on to find out more, and go to MakoVodka.com to learn more about how you can feel the bite for yourself.
Our company is dedicated to the protection and preservation of our waters and all their wonders, so they can be enjoyed for many years to come. Wherever you find Mako Premium Vodka you will know we are helping conserve and restore the marine resources of that area; whether it’s the reefs of Florida, the waters of the eastern seaboard, or the wetlands of the Midwest. We have pledged to donate a percentage of our profits to individual organizations in each state where Mako Premium Vodka is available.
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at August 8, 2006 9:02 AM