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Yacht Club Vodka

While rum is typically considered the sailor’s drink of choice, Yacht Club Vodka is hoping to break this stranglehold with its new handcrafted Vodka recipe, which includes just as hint of Elderflower flavor.
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Some Holiday Spirit

While rum is typically considered the sailor’s drink of choice, Yacht Club Vodka is hoping to break this stranglehold with its new handcrafted Vodka recipe, which includes just a hint of Elderflower flavor. Made from wheat milled into flour in Northeastern France, and with the gluten removed prior to the fermentation process, Yacht Club Vodka is distilled five times with water from the French Alps to create the perfect sailing cocktail. Oh, and it also comes in a hand-blown, mahogany-clad glass bottle inspired by the famed Riva Aquarama luxury runabouts of the 1960s. Forget the milk and cookies—this year just leave Santa some Yacht Club Vodka on the rocks. $32.

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