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Rain Vodka Where To Buy !EXCLUSIVE!

Beginning as ocean mist it gathers into dark clouds that travel uninterrupted for thousands of miles across the great Southern Oceans before colliding with full force into the majestic Southern Alps. Here the clouds rise and condense to release onto our rainforests. Filtering down through the mountains for many years, untouched by man, this wild rain emerges as some of the world's purest water.

rain vodka where to buy

As I mentioned before, the same folks that make Taaka also make Rain vodka. Learning this made me leery of the brew, but I decided to give this organic, supposedly small-batch vodka a shot. I had some trouble getting the plastic seal off of the bulbous cork top, but it was well worth it.

I wanted to like this vodka. Organic. Distilled seven times. I could not get past the smell which at first I thought smelled nice and floral, but then it was too much. It has a distinct taste. If I want a flavored vodka I would like to choose one. No where near as smooth as Stoli or Three Olives for that matter.

We try many of the craft vodkas as they all have a distinct flavor. Rain is the top of our preferred vodkas as it has a clean yet sweet taste and makes great dry martinis and is great on the rocks. I would recommend it to any one. We like many of the domestic craft vodkas as well as some of the European and Eastern European brands but find that Rain is our preferred brand at this time.

Vodka is the only hard liquor I drink and was a big Grey Goose fan. I never heard of Rain before, let alone an organic vodka, and tried it because it was featured at a liquor store that was part of an insert in my local newspaper. The packaging is gorgeous and the taste is great, whether just on ice or mixed. Bye bye Grey Goose hello Rain.

Distilled seven timesfor unmatched smoothness,Rainis the super-premium vodkathat's perfect for sharingwith good friends.Classic Rain Vodka is distilled to exacting standards, andbrings a delicious twist to any drink.

Offer valid on any online order over $150 (excludes taxes and discounts). Valid for shipping anywhere within Washington only. Not valid when shipping to any other state. Order arrives within 3-5 business days. Excludes Gift Cards.

Offer valid on any online order over $150 (excludes taxes and discounts). Valid for shipping anywhere within Arizona only. Not valid when shipping to any other state. Order arrives within 3-5 business days. Excludes Gift Cards.

Offer valid on any online order over $150 (excludes taxes and discounts). Valid for shipping anywhere within California only. Not valid when shipping to any other state. Order arrives within 3-5 business days. Excludes Gift Cards.

This is one of of the few organic vodkas out there. It is further distinquished by the use of 100% organic white corn (many of the others use wheat or a blend of different grains, or potatoes). This is good news for people who wheat or gluten intolerant, or are looking for a healthier alternative vodka. That being said, it still tastes good!

Taste: Sweet and light on the tongue, plump, round taste to it. A slight warming of alcohol as it goes down the throat, but not the burn like you get from a lot of other vodkas, it is beguilingly smooth stuff with lingering warmth and tingle to the lips.

Drinks: If you are looking for a good vodka this is it. It works quite well in almost every drink we tried and brings some unique nuances to many drinks. Unlike a potato vodka it works well with vermouth to make a outstanding vodka martini. (Potato vodka and vermouth somehow end up tasting like dirt, especially Noilly Prat). Being organic white corn, there is some inherent sweetness to the vodka which also makes it an excellent choice for any infusions also.

Website:: Animated intro with sound of soft thunder in the distance. Nice fadeouts, not brashy or loud. Fast loading, with a fair amount of information. Simple navigation, easy-to-read. Well thought-out content and descriptions of production. Nice list of bars in major cities where you can find it under the Rain Downpour section. Small recipe section with good martini mixing tips at the start.

Looking for the best vodka for a Martini or the best addition to a Bloody Mary? Simply grab the additional ingredients, hunt down the perfect glass, and read on for the best vodka to pair it with.

For its price, Svedka is one of the best vodkas available. You can find the full Svedka price list in our review of the brand. You should also take a look at our review of New Amsterdam vodka if you want another great value bottle.

Named after the most expensive caviar in the world, it makes sense that Beluga offers top-quality vodka, too. The brand produces its vodka in western Siberia, Russia, using artesian water for the ultimate authentic taste.

Once distilled, Beluga adds honey, milk thistle, and oat to give flavoring before bottling its famous spirit. This super-premium vodka is impressively pure and smooth, with notes of vanilla, sage, white pepper, and cream.

As a brand, Hangar 1 likes to focus on attention to detail during every part of its distillation process. This small-batch vodka is produced in an old aircraft hanger near San Francisco in small Holstein Pot Stills and is a must-try for any vodka lover.

Ciroc uses grapes grown high in the Gaillac region of France and distills its vodka five times before bottling. It uses a cold fermentation process to ensure the best flavors and offers a refreshingly different and excellently crisp taste.

With its beautiful packaging and incredibly smooth content, Belvedere vodka is a top-shelf brand that should be enjoyed sparingly. Check our updated Belvedere Vodka price list by bottles to learn more about the brand.

Filtered seven times and bottled without any additives, Crystal Head deserves its position as an eye-catching vodka on the top shelf. See all the Crystal Head bottle designs in our review of the vodka brand.

Spirytus is often used to add to homemade fruit and herbal liqueurs or vodkas and to desserts. Its high alcohol base means that Spirytus certainly comes with a bite and should not be drunk without being heavily diluted first.

There are plenty of popular vodka-based cocktails to enjoy. Some common favorites are Cosmopolitan, Vodka Martini, Bloody Mary, Gimlet, The Moscow Mule, and White Russian. Or, keep it simple in a highball glass with a Vodka Soda or Vodka Tonic.

Yes, pure distilled vodka (and other distilled spirits like brandy, tequila, rum, whiskey, and gin) is theoretically considered gluten-free, even if made with glutenous grains such as wheat, barley, or rye.

The second most popular vodka in the world, Absolut is sold in 126 countries and has made a name for itself as a premium vodka without a premium price tag. Absolut is produced using only natural ingredients and is made from 100 percent Swedish wheat. The brand is known for its boldness and creativity, from its unusual-shaped bottle to its out-there marketing campaigns and variety of flavored bottles. It launched in New York in 1979 and has stuck to the same recipe throughout its entire production period. Absolut maintains its status as a unique vodka with cool and calm Scandinavian roots.

Owned by renowned designer Leon Verres, Billionaire Vodka is the most expensive vodka brand in the world. As well as being produced with an original Russian recipe, the spirit is filtered with diamonds. It comes decorated with almost two thousand diamonds set in gold and, despite the price tag, is sold out worldwide.

Hong Kong-based Dutch company Royal Dragon released The Eye of the Dragon with a determination to make it spectacular inside and out. This vodka is one of the smoothest on the market, thanks to its distillation process, and uses charcoal to distill the spirit five times. Outside, the bottle is covered with 50-carat intense yellow jewels with around 15,000 diamonds weighing 4.5 pounds (2 kilograms) of solid 18-karat gold. The dragon on top of the bottle is also studded with millions worth of diamonds.

Charcoal Filtered: Filtering with charcoal is thought to remove off-flavors in vodka after the distilling process before the spirit is bottled and sold. This helps to produce a more premium flavor with smoother notes.

When we put together this guide of the best vodka brands, we looked at all of the new vodka brands that have joined the market in recent years as well as those that have kept their title of success for a longer period of time. We looked at the process used for distilling the spirit, the number of times each bottle was distilled as well as any unique factors included during this process.

We took into account the quality of the grain, potato, or other base product used by each vodka brand as well as its sustainability and whether or not the alcohol was produced locally. Then, we factored in the price of each bottle, its purpose and versatility, and its range of flavors and aromas.

The essence of a Clarence Valley rainforest. Made with pure rainwater, the finest ingredients and mystique inspired by the beauty of our local jacaranda trees. This small batch craft vodka is triple-distilled, authentic and smooth with a little extra magic; enjoy with soda and fresh lime to truly experience 'Purple Rain'.

Each progression in making Rain Vodka is intended for getting a charge out of a definitive vodka taste involvement. Refined solely from corn, this vodka experiences a broad creation process that incorporates seven unmistakable refining processes and a cleaning stage that includes unadulterated limestone water.

RainReviews to date: 27Average score: 3Country: USDistilled from: Company: Add your own review of RainNasty. I have heard good things about this vodka from friends thats the only reason i give it a 2 im hoping i just got a bad bottle. It had the consistency of olive oil, and tasted like rubbing alcohol no matter how dilluted i made it, this vodka still tasted like crap. Try it for yourself maybe i got a bad bottle. I hope for the sake of vodka.Reviewer: ian oliver 041b061a72

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