September 17, 2008

Double Cross Vodka

double_cross_vodka_bottle.pngDouble Cross Vodka was launched today, and it's right up your alley if you've been on the market for a vodka that's been distilled seven times and filtered through diamond dust.

Apparently this filtration leaves an exceedingly tasty vodka that hints at white pepper and lemon zest - and something seems to be working because they got good reviews from Paul Pacult and a gold medal at the San Francisco Spirits competition.

Also, with all those diamonds involved you can expect to pay a premium to get Double Crossed - bottles run for about $50, and are currently available in the New York Metro and New Jersey areas. Learn more about Double Cross at DoubleCrossVodka.com.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at September 17, 2008 4:11 PM
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