Black Cow Pure Milk Vodka - 40% Abv

Black Cow Pure Milk Vodka - 40% Abv

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DELIVERY TERMS (In all instances, cases may be mixed)

Order Types Cost
1 to 12 bottles or less £11.75
13 to 24 Bottles £17.00
25 to 36 Bottles £21.50
Orders over £145 Free Delivery
Free Local Delivery Available to customers within 10 mile radius of our shop, £35 minimum order

Delivery charges are for Mainland Great Britain only. Charges to the Isle of Wight and other islands will incur additional charges.

Scotland: Deliveries to the following postcodes may incur added costs. AB,FK, HS, IV, KW, PA, PH and ZE. Please check with us directly for delivery quotes:. We would like all our customers to note the following so that they may fully benefit from our delivery service:

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Shipping Costs for Northern Ireland

For all deliveries to Northern Ireland, the costs (inc. VAT) of our 2-5 day service are:

1 case (12 bottles) = £30.00

2 cases (24 bottles) = £47.50

3 cases (36 bottles) = £70.00

Free delivery on all orders over £350 (inc. VAT)

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Description

Made in Dorset this unusual vodka is the world's first pure milk vodka, made entirely from the milk of grass grazed cows and nothing else. Fresh whole milk makes an exceptionally smooth vodka with a unique creamy character.

Black Cow Vodka is the invention of West Dorset dairy farmer Jason Barber. His inspiration came from a desire to diversify the produce from his 250 strong dairy herd and his deep personal interest in vodka. Jason had learnt about the Tuva, a nomadic Siberian tribe, who for many centuries have been distilling Araka, a vodka made from fermented mare's milk. This obscure vodka, highly revered amongst Russian connoisseurs, caught Jason's imagination, prompting him to set himself the challenge of producing a vodka using the milk from his own herd.

The milk is separated into curds and whey. The curds are used to make cheese, the whey is fermented into a beer using a special yeast that converts the milk sugar into alcohol. This milk beer is then distilled and treated to a secret blending process. The vodka is then triple filtered and finished, before being hand bottled. There are around 300 bottles every batch.

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Foods Aperitif or Digestif

Dryness Dry

Body Spirit

Colour Clear

Grapes Milk

Region Dorset

Producer Black Cow

Vintage NV

Sulphites N/A

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