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Vodka Flavored Vodka?! Yay!

"Green" vodka? Yes! The first vodka to be distilled and bottled in Iceland, Reyka (Ray-kuh) Vodka is green in the way Al Gore would love. It's distilled using geothermic heat. It's made with water from the Grabok Spring, which runs through a 4,000 year old lava field. It's bottled in tiny batches. It tastes as pure as it is, smooth and icy-hot. So, it must be crazy expensive, right? No. About $20 per bottle. Did I mention the bottle? It's beautiful and each batch has a different seal tells a story to go with the day it was bottled. Ours is:

Here comes the hang-out if you have a narwhal on your bottle. Narwhals stay in groups of 5 to 10. If we see a school of them we put their picture on the vodka we bottle that day. If you drink from the bottle you may find yourself calling 5 to 10 friends and suggesting the fun get together commonly known as a "narwhalparty"

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Visit their web site, it's fun and interactive. Ask a puffin a question. Enter a contest to win a trip to Iceland for you and 9 friends! Hey, they must have been sipping the same batch I had! By the way, if anyone wants a taste, just drop by.
Annie Erlesdottir (my new Icelandic name)