Review: Prairie Organic Vodka

Like you, when I think “vodka,” I immediately think “Minnesota.” Wait, what? Shocking, but it’s true: One of the best vodkas going right now is from the Land of 10,000 Lakes, right here in the U. S. of A.

Strange, sure, but like Tito and Boomerang have proven, good vodka need not come from frozen, northern Europe. Distilled from organic, yellow corn (grown from a co-op of 900 Minnesota farmers, we’re told), this 80-proofer is one of the cleanest vodkas I’ve tasted. There’s a light, yet pleasant medicinal character to the aroma and the first sip, and then… nothing. The finish is bare of any aftertaste, and though I strained to taste the “melon and pear” hints that Prairie claims, I could detect nothing. Prairie wisps away like it was water, leaving you with a fresh and clean palate, ready for another sip. I’ve never finished off a shot of vodka so quickly… by sipping it, I mean. Works great in mixed drinks, too.

With a suggested retail price of $25 (it’s still hard to find), Prairie is practically a bargain in a world of ultra-pricey spirits. Snap it up immediately if you can find it.

And to think, they want to run cars on this stuff. The nerve!

A / $26 / prairievodka.com [BUY IT NOW FROM CASKERS]

prairie organic vodka Review: Prairie Organic Vodka

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5 Responses to Review: Prairie Organic Vodka

  1. Prairie “Red Hawk” from the website is a phenomenal martini. The full body and creamy finish of a Prairie martini is world class as well (w/ 4 olives of course!).

  2. I bought this bottle on your recommendation and brought it to a small party last night. Everyone woke up with a headache this morning.

    Personally i thought this Vodka had an unusual taste as you described. But for all the guests to develop a headache compels me to keep experimenting with other vodkas.

  3. Well how much did you guys drink? ;)

  4. We had a bottle given to us. This venom is really hard on the head. I’ve had much better shine.

  5. Rohan Steve & Co.

    just opened the bottle- be back in the AM to tell you how it goes…………

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