the start of a great year.
1961 Vodka is handcrafted in small batches right here in New York. It’s made from locally sourced, soft white wheat, grown in the rich, glacial soils of the Finger Lakes region, giving it an easy, elegant finish that demands an encore. That right there ensures a great flavor, but we got more.
The water used in the distilling process flows over limestone formations, just like the water used in the Bourbon region of Kentucky and the Champagne region of France.
Coincidence? Yeah, sure, pal.