Fog Vodka

California distillery, Hangar 1, is now selling a vodka made out of genuine San Francisco fog. They're calling it Fog Point.

They use mesh fog catchers to trap moisture and then blend this with vodka distilled from a California Central Coast wine. They describe the result as "an extraordinarily crisp, pure, and gluten free sipping vodka with elegant hints of pear, citrus, and honeysuckle." The price tag is $125 a bottle.

Perhaps their next effort can be a vodka made from the tears of a hipster.

     Posted By: Alex - Thu Jun 02, 2016
     Category: Food | Inebriation and Intoxicants

Since lead has been eliminated from gasoline, that will be one less pollutant in the mix.
Posted by BMN on 06/02/16 at 08:46 AM
"... made from California Central Coast wine." This is really a euphemism for "crappy grapes that weren't worth picking, but we had to in order to make money this season." And what's with the claim of "gluten free"? Vodka as a distilled product is already gluten free. How's that for marketing hype?

Remember California Cooler? The recipe used the cheapest white wine available which is why it was such a hit and profitable. It was like Kool-Aid with alcohol.

I prefer vodka made the old way with fermented potatoes, distilled out and mixed with water.
Posted by KDP on 06/02/16 at 10:06 AM
I'm holding out for vegan vodka made from kale.
Posted by Virtual on 06/02/16 at 10:53 PM
If you HAVE to have some gimmick to get you to drink it save your bucks and squeeze your own potatoes!
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 06/04/16 at 05:38 AM
Excuse me, but... since when can you make vodka from wine? If you distill wine, you get brandy; to get vodka (and methanol blindness) you distill potato or wheat alcohol.
Posted by Richard Bos on 06/09/16 at 09:34 AM
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