Let’s just tell it like it is – it’s not every day that a few bottles of vodka show up at the office, albeit sugar-free, gluten-free ones. So while reviewing these tall pretty bottles of beverage is a definite hardship on me, I’m going to do it for you.
Of course celiacs safely drinking vodka, in and of itself, is controversial. Many experts, including the National Institutes for Health, claim that the distilling process that creates vodka from gluten-containing grains renders it gluten-free. That’s up to you to decide for yourself.
Devotion Vodka comes in six flavors: regular, Black & Blue, Blood Orange, Coconut, Cosmo and Wild Cherry.
You care about the details, though. Here they are:
- It’s six times distilled and multifiltered, from
- 100% high-grade, American grown corn, and
- Utilizes a process of deionizing its water.
Devotion Vodka has been around since 2009 and the vodka is made in Middleton, Wisconsin. The flavors were made by Allen Flavors, which is best known for its Arizona Iced Tea. In lieu of sugar, essences and natural flavor components add the sweetness.
As for taste, I found Black & Blue sweet but not too sweet. It was also smooth. Here’s what the company has to say about, which seemed accurate.
This is the first and only blackberry and blueberry flavored vodka in the industry. We carefully have chosen the sweet rich taste of Oregon blackberries and blended it with the crisp, zesty, mild bitterness of fresh California blueberries! The blackberries and blueberries have a unique berry profile that is extremely versatile for all types of cocktails.
You can find Devotion Vodka at grocery retailers such as Whole Foods, Wegmans, Publix and Albertsons, major restaurant chains Applebee’s, Houlihan’s and Red Robin, and retail stores, restaurants and bars in several states.
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