Is this the world’s vodka?

Dorset - - Dorset Food & Drink -

Made en­tirely from the milk of grass grazed cows, Black Cow Vodka has a de­li­ciously smooth creamy char­ac­ter. The un­usual recipe is the in­ven­tion of West Dorset dairy farmer Ja­son Bar­ber, who was look­ing to find new ways to use the pro­duce from his 250-strong Dorset dairy herd. In­spired by the tra­di­tional prac­tices of a no­madic Siberian tribe who have been mak­ing al­co­hol from yak milk for cen­turies, he wanted to see if he could use the whey, left over after the curds had been used for mak­ing cheese, to cre­ate some­thing re­ally spe­cial.

Ja­son takes the whey and fer­ments it us­ing spe­cial yeast which con­verts the milk sugar to al­co­hol. The ‘milk beer’ is then dis­tilled and treated to their se­cret blend­ing process. The re­sult­ing vodka is triple fil­tered and fin­ished be­fore be­ing hand bot­tled.

Want to know more about the world’s first pure milk vodka? Book a Black Cow Tour of their HQ in Child­hay. Look around the dis­tillery, sam­ple the vodka and en­joy a com­pli­men­tary cock­tail while learn­ing all about how Black Cow is made. The per­fect gift for any vodka lover. Find out more or book a tour at black­cow.co.uk.

The walled kitchen gar­den at The Pig on the Beach

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