Van Gogh Vodka

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Van Gogh Vodka produces vodka and gin. Introduced in January 2000, Van Gogh Vodka is handcrafted at the Royal Dirkzwager Distillery in Schiedam, the Netherlands, and offers many flavors.

Van Gogh Vodka is owned by Luctor International and is sold in the United States, Europe, Israel, the Far East, Australia, New Zealand, Caribbean, Canada, South Africa and Central America.

Flavors[edit]

Vincent Van Gogh Vodka offers many flavored vodkas in addition to the basic gin and vodka. The following is a complete list of the Van Gogh product line:

  • Van Gogh Blue Triple Wheat
  • Classic 80-proof Vodka
  • Van Gogh Gin
  • Acai−Blueberry Vodka
  • Banana Vodka
  • Black Cherry Vodka
  • Citroen Vodka
  • Coconut Vodka
  • Cool Peach Vodka
  • Double Espresso Vodka
  • Dutch Caramel Vodka
  • Dutch Chocolate Vodka
  • Espresso Vodka
  • Grape Vodka
  • Mango Vodka
  • Melon Vodka
  • Mojito Mint Vodka
  • Oranje Vodka
  • PB&J Vodka
  • Peach Vodka
  • Pineapple Vodka
  • Pomegranate Vodka
  • Raspberry Vodka
  • Rich Dark Chocolate Vodka
  • Vanilla Vodka
  • Wild Appel Vodka

Distillation[edit]

The Royal Dirkzwager Distillery has created Van Gogh Vodka for 133 years by handcrafting vodka in small batches using combinations of wheat, corn and barley. The vodka is distilled twice in column stills and then a third time in a traditional pot still to produce a high quality vodka. Copper is used in the process to remove the harshness of the product.

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