Smuggler's Notch Vodka

An upstate Vermont distillery is grabbing attention



Father and son Ron and Jeremy Elliott operate Smuggler's Notch Distillery in upstate Vermont and are garnering laurels for their vodka and more recently their gin.

The vodka is made from a blend of Idaho winter wheat, corn for a touch of sweet and finally spring water from the Mount Mansfield watershed.

The final product is very smooth and easy to drink neat.

Wine Enthusiast loved it!

It's easy to check availability at the New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlets through their website at liquorandwineoutlets.com.

Enter Smuggler's Notch in the search form, then click on the listing to find the stores.

Visit smugglersnotchdistillery.com for more information.

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