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Bainbridge Organic Distillers: Vodka and Whiskey That’s Sustainable & Ultra-Premium Delicious!

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With New Year’s Eve rapidly approaching, people are solidifying their plans and stocking up on all sorts of libations. All over the world, people toast to the lessons learned in the old year as they welcome in a whole new year. Brand loyal consumers seek only the brands they recognize and are partial to. Others who are focused strictly on the price tag, search for the cheapest bottle of vodka or rum to be added to a mix they are about to concoct for their guests to enjoy. A skilled bartender can fool a novice, especially if using a sugary mix. However, with some of the elaborate festivities in which only top shelf alcohol is served, there is no compromise. So, why is cheap vodka such a big deal? One of the most common problems with vodka is that the cheaper brands taste like rubbing alcohol. This is due to the fact that the grains are processed too quickly and remove the subtle flavors of the grain and esters created during fermentation. For the connoisseur of premium vodka, this is just not an option. The same is true of whiskey. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, Keith Barnes, President of the Bainbridge Organic Distillers (http://www.bainbridgedistillers.com), Washington State’s first organic distillery, will talk about how distilling grains in small batches creates a superb flavor in vodka and whiskey , why American made equipment is superior to factory made equipment from China or Europe and the strict laws and requirements Bainbridge must abide by in order to produce some of the finest hand crafted alcohol in the world! Even Paul Pacult, an international spirits author and judge, rated Bainbridge Legacy vodka as “4, maybe 5 stars” out of 5. He called it “damn near luscious”. So,if you are a connoisseur of fine spirits and want to learn about the strict process involved with producing such a high end organic vodka and whiskey, stay tuned!