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In the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, the worlds most majestic glaciers release the purist water to one of Canada’s most pristine mountain towns.
The rugged power of alpine glaciers feeding the Bow Valley watershed is the perfect platform to highlight RAW Alberta wheat, grown in the foothills of the Canadian alpine by hard working local farmers.
With access to these RAW ingredients in abundance. The question we kept asking ourselves was how to best highlight these amazing natural ingredients when crafting our signature vodka. Especially when vodka is defined as being “Without distinctive character, aroma, taste, or colour.”
Our answer? Pay close attention to every detail. Our mash begins life as hardy Alberta wheat sown by local farmers. Once mashed our fermentations are carefully monitored and strictly controlled to ensure the highest quality results. Our philosophy of slow, small batch distillations achieves maximum purity for our product, with just the right amount of character coming through to remind you of where it’s made, in Canmore Alberta.
The result is a clean, highly drinkable hand crafted vodka that proudly highlights the best Alberta has to offer. This spirit is up for whatever you are. Enjoy as a RAW ingredient in your favourite cocktail.
We recommend sampling this Vodka neat, allowing this distillation the opportunity to showcase the purity of Alberta’s RAW ingredients. Lets redefine what you thought vodka was. Adventurous, bold flavour straight from the Rockies! Sophisticated yet uncomplicated, this is RAW!
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