Ketel One Vodka
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Ketel One Vodka

70cl | 40% ABV | Netherlands

Ketel One is a brilliant vodka by one of the legendary spirits families. The Dutch refer to their pot stills as 'ketels', and Ketel One is named it after the oldest, coal-fired copper pot still used at the distillery – Distilleerketel #1.

Nosing the aroma of Ketel One, you’ll immediately detect freshness with hints of citrus and honey. Savour the crisp, lively tingle. A long finish with subtle flavours. Immensely versatile vodka - a cabinet essential!

Key Flavours

Plain
Vanilla

About this product

Winter wheat is milled, fermented and distilled in column. This spirit is then split and redistilled in several small copper pots simultaneously. The dual distilled spirits are then blended together, filtered and bottled.

The Nolet’s started distilling in the late 1600's. Today, the Ketel One brand is owned by Diageo, but having invented it in 1983, Carolus Nolet and the family are still proudly making every drop.

The Nolet family decided to locate themselves in Schiedam, Holland in 1691. Over the years, they thrived by innovating and bought more land to expand their distillery. Today, both old and new production sites are weaved together.

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