Purus Organic Vodka. Distilled in Italy, bottled in Holland.
Crafted on the Minnesota Prairie by handful of farmers who own the land, the distillery, and the quiet respect of all around them. A vodka, not of the moment, but of five generations of spirit makers. Distilled from organic corn and bottled in accordance with the organic standards.
In 1952, Hedy Steinbart (our “Oma”) immigrated to America seeking a better life than Germany could offer after World War II. She brought along her resilient spirit, no excuses attitude, and her family recipe for vodka infused with natural cherries. From her home in Michigan, Oma could continue the tradition of making vodka infused with natural cherries using hand picked Michigan cherries. The tradition carried on through her children and now grandchildren. It will forever
Salute American is pure red, white, and blue from start to finish. American-made with corn and wheat grains from the heartland, it’s distilled four times for a smooth, clean taste. Salute American is more than a name. It’s our mission. One we carry out by donating $1 of every bottle sold to American Veterans’ Charities. So raise a glass. And join us in helping the heroes who bravely protected the land where this vodka is
Our vodka is handmade from hard red winter wheat grown in Moses Lake, Washington. This isn’t your standard tasteless vodka; it’s an Old World style spirit, unfiltered and full of character. When using the best local grain in your recipe, you want that flavor to shine. We like to say it’s a whiskey drinker’s vodka, because it’s full of personality.
The name “Solid Granite” derives from its status as a new vodka created from fresh local grains, fermented ourselves, distilled ourselves, and bottled ourselves using pure New Hampshire spring water. This is vodka with character! Try it neat, on the rocks or mixed. Each style helps you discover its myriad complexities. We are dedicated craftsmen with a drive, passion and conviction to create naturally superior tasting spirits. Smoky Quartz Distillery, located on the Southern NH