666 PURE TASMANIAN VODKA was launched in early 2010 by a local guy who believed if Australia can make some of the best beer and wine in the world, then surely it can also make a world class vodka.
Tasmania has some of the purest air on our planet, the water 666 Pure Tasmanian Vodka uses to make its vodka from Cape Grim is certified as the purest rainwater on the globe. Tasmania has some of the highest quality grain produced anywhere, as well as local people willing to ignore what ‘should’ be done, and focus on what ‘can’ be done. And that is to make one of the best vodkas in the world.
666 Pure Tasmanian Vodka, named for the unique Tasmanian Devil as a tribute to the pure and natural environment that is responsible for the quality of the vodka, is grown, harvested, fermented, distilled and bottled in Tasmania using only Tasmanian ingredients, and Tasmanian hard work. 666 Pure Tasmanian Vodka were awarded a Gold Medal at the San Francisco World Spirit awards 2010, the first Australian vodka to ever achieve this recognition.
The best way to appreciate 666 Pure Tasmanian Vodka is in a classic martini. When chilled correctly, 666 Pure Tasmanian Vodka’s smooth, velvety texture and clean spirit can be matched with whichever way you prefer your martini. 666 Pure Tasmanian Vodka recommends its vodka martini is served dirty, with three olives. The salty flavour of the olives brings out the earthy Tasmanian grain flavours in the spirit.
Because it is solely pot-distilled, 666 Pure Tasmanian Vodka features distinct flavour profiles that make it a particularly versatile cocktail ingredient. There are hesitations when using vodka in cocktails, due to the perception that vodka has little taste or smell, and therefore no character. 666 Pure Tasmanian Vodka is all about character, and is working to change people’s minds about the option of vodka and how it can be utilised in cocktails.
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