Review: Van Gogh Blue Triple Wheat Vodka

Why “triple wheat?” Because Van Gogh sources wheat for this vodka from France, Germany, and the Netherlands. Get it? Three countries. Triple wheat.

Distilled in Holland, this 80-proof vodka is actually pretty amazing. Very light and smooth, it’s got a very light sweetness that plays with flowery notes on the palate. There’s no harshness or medicinality here, just a smooth ride from start to finish that, shockingly, is even easy to drink at room temperature.

Van Gogh is known for its flavored vodkas, but this departure from its usual M.O. is more than worth a look.

A / $30 / vangoghvodka.com

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