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FROGGY B VODKA

1.75L

France- A great Vodka that doesn't take itself too seriously. Produced of the finest French wheat and distilled six times in the prestigious Cognac region. Enjoy neat, in a cocktail or as the base for the classic martini. 100% ORGANIC. Double Gold Medal-San Francisco Spirits Competition

BRAND
Froggy B
COUNTRY
France
SPIRITS TYPE
Vodka
SPIRITS STYLE
Vodka
TASTE
Creamy, Toast, Citrus, Smooth
SKU
16794175-1
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FROGGY B VODKA

1.75L

$28.99
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France- A great Vodka that doesn't take itself too seriously. Produced of the finest French wheat and distilled six times in the prestigious Cognac region. Enjoy neat, in a cocktail or as the base for the classic martini. 100% ORGANIC. Double Gold Medal-San Francisco Spirits Competition
COUNTRY
SPIRITS TYPE
SPIRITS STYLE
TASTE
Creamy, Toast, Citrus, Smooth
SKU
16794175-1

Berry Spritzer

Cocktail Recipe

1 oz. vodka

2 oz. club soda

3 oz. cranberry juice

Fresh blueberries

Pour vodka over ice into glass. Add club soda and cranberry juice. Stir well. Garnish with fresh blueberries.

Distilled six times from the finest wheat and spring water in the Cognac region of France, Froggy B vodka competes with the world’s best imported vodkas – at a fraction of their price. Froggy B is suitable for sipping or mixing, is smooth, with a round finish, and is 100 percent organic.

Froggy B’s distiller was inspired to name the vodka Froggy B in a lighthearted nod to the images of frogs that once adorned the flag of French kings.

Vodka is the most-consumed spirit in the world. In 2012, according to The Economist, global vodka consumption reached 4.4 billion liters. The definitive neutral spirit, vodka is an essential ingredient to be enjoyed in any number of mixed drinks, and sippable straight in upscale, premium versions.

Just about any fermentable material can be used to make vodka. Most common bases are grains, like barley, rye and wheat, but potatoes, grapes and corn are also used. Despite the varying ingredients, the finished product is almost universally pure, clear and neutral. Vodka’s slight aromas and clean flavors are subtle, but can be distinctive.