As we wrote about the Bloody Mary bar earlier today, we searched for our post on Bakon Vodka. We couldn’t find it.
One of the quirks of WordPress is that posts disappear. Months later they can reappear (maybe, maybe not). Since we discovered this content-owner-nightmare, we’ve taken screen shots of every post we publish—not only to be able to recover the content, but also to prove to others that we’re not delusional.
So here’s our re-created 411 on Bakon Vodka:
We enjoy flavored vodkas, although we think that the flavor is often hard to detect in a mixed drink. Fortunately for us, we enjoy drinking vodka neat.
So, we enjoy Bakon Vodka in a shot glass or a brandy snifter.
Made in the Pacific Northwest from local potatoes, Bakon Vodka has a light infusion of smoky bacon that tastes real (the actual production technique is proprietary). We could wish for more bacon flavor, but we trust that the manufacturers tested all the different levels of concentration to strike the best balance.
A subtle infusion of bacon flavor makes
When we use Bakon Vodka in a Bloody Mary, its delicious subtlety doesn’t have a chance amid the larger percentage of tomato juice, plus the horseradish, hot sauce and Worcestershire sauce.
But it has inspired us to enjoy our Bloody Mary with a rasher of bacon. You can make candied bacon, too.
We give Bakon Vodka as gifts. It‘s novel, delicious and everyone is more than happy to receive a bottle.
Bakon Vodka retails for about $30.00. Learn more at BakonVodka.com.
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