Like our beers, Adnams Copper House vodka is made from East Anglian malted barley. Made in small batches in our hand-made copper pot still, Adnams vodka is rich and creamy with a subtle butterscotch note.
Adnams from grain to glass, our Copper House vodka is distilled from East Anglian malted barley. Adnams Masterbrewer, Fergus Fitzgerald, makes a beer 'wash' which is fermented to around 6% abv without the addition of hops. Our head distiller, John McCarthy, then takes this beer and puts it through a 'beer stripping' column which removes all the alcohols to create a 'low wine' (around 80 - 85% abv). The 'low wines' are subsequently distilled in our copper pot still and purified further in rectification columns to create a clean, pure spirit. The result is a beautifully smooth vodka, with natural sweetness from our locally-grown barley, and plenty of character from our hand-made copper pot still.
Serve classically with ice, tonic and a slice of lemon, or with tomato juice, ice, celery and spice.