D1 Vodka Hamper
D1 Vodka Hamper
The D1 Vodka Hamper is a luxurious gift packed with acclaimed award-winning, gluten-free Potato Vodka of unmatched quality.
Its innovative taste and texture is sure to tantalise the taste buds, while the contemporary artwork of Jacky Tsai’s “Stained Glass Skull” adorns the unique bottle.
This premium gift includes:
- 1 x D1 potato vodka
- 6 x botanical infusion flavours
- 1 x drinks pourer
- 2 x exclusive bar spoons
- 1 x an engraved jigger
- 3 x stainless steel eco-friendly straws
- All presented in beautiful packaging.
The D1 Vodka Hamper is the perfect present.
- Gluten Free
- 40% Alcohol Content
World Vodka Awards 2024 England Varietal Winner
World Vodka Awards 2023 Gold Winner
World Vodka Awards 2022 Best British Varietal
The Spirits Business Master 2019
San Francisco World Spirits 2016 Double Gold Winner
The Spirits Business Master Gold 2015
Toasted sourdough bread, sage, melted butter on Jersey Royals, earthy and vegetal.
Saline and salted butter, bitter chocolate 80%, sweet fig and wild honey, hints of herbs de Provence.
White chocolate, double cream, Szechuan pepper.
Potato Vodka FAQ
What Is Potato Vodka?
Potato vodka is a unique type of vodka that is made from potatoes as opposed to the more traditional grains or now more common contemporary bases of corn, grape or milk. Potato vodka has a richer, fuller flavour than grain-based vodkas, and is said to have a more creamy velvet-like mouth feel than its more typical grain counterparts. In Western markets a grain base is the most common base for vodka.
Is Potato Vodka really Poitín?
No is the simple answer. Poitín is typically an Irish moonshine style spirit traditionally distilled from oats, typically malted barley – think of it like a whiskey that never made it into the barrel. Rumoured to have been first distilled in the 6th century monks referred to it as ‘the water of life’! As a further historical note, Columbus didn’t bring the potato back to Europe from the Americas until the 16th century.
Isn’t all Vodka made from Potatoes?
No is the simple answer. Vodka was historically first made from grains like rye or wheat with some claims it was as early as the 8th or 9th century. There are more frequent court records of Vodka in the 14th century forward. By comparison Columbus didn’t bring the potato back to Europe from the Americas until the 16th century.
Does Potato Vodka Have Gluten?
No. Potato Vodka is made from potatoes, which do not contain any gluten. The gluten protein is found in grains, which are more commonly used in other vodkas.
Enjoy neat, on the rocks, or with your favourite mixer.