THERE IS PASSION FOR EXCELLENCE IN EVERY POUR.
RWB Ultra-Premium Handcrafted Vodka utilizes the greatest ingredients of the American Heartland and pure mountain spring water. Our award-winning distillation process uses a unique four-column process to achieve perfectly balanced vodka.
Each bottle of RWB vodka is refined by a five-stage filtration system that produces a pure, superior-quality spirit. Taste RWB’s exquisite smoothness and exceptional balance. No pretense, no additives – just traditional craftsmanship to be celebrated around the world.
In order to ensure exquisite smoothness and drinkability in every bottle, RWB Handcrafted Ultra-Premium Vodka is made using only the best ingredients and pure mountain spring water, offering a delicate and subtle taste unmatched by other vodkas. The precision with which our product is made ensures outstanding clarity, purity and flavor.
RWB believes that outstanding, high-class vodka should not be accompanied by a high-class price. That’s why we produce our top-quality spirit using local ingredients in the American Heartland where we can supervise every step of the distillation process from start to finish. We are superior quality, American-made vodka—one sip, and you’ll agree.
HANDCRAFTED // PURE AND SMOOTH
BEHIND THE BRAND
RWB Vodka has earned the label of an Ultra-Premium brand. Handcrafted and smooth, RWB is as pure and unmatched as the American spirit. We set out to craft outstanding vodka using the finest ingredients that can only be found in the American Heartland. Taste for yourself the clarity, purity and flavor unmatched by other vodkas.
Established in 2013, RWB Ultra-Premium Handcrafted Vodka is born of the idea that a brilliant spirit should be judged on the quality of its craftsmanship.
- Unique, four-column distillation process
- Refined by a five-stage filtration system
- Uncompromising taste and finish
Relying solely on vintage American craftsmanship, we’ve produced a spirit of unparalleled clarity, cleanliness and finish that offers a superior taste that is celebrated world-wide.
HANDCRAFTED // ULTRA-PREMIUM VODKA
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
“PREMIUM”, “ULTRA PREMIUM”, “SUPER ULTRA PREMIUM” & OTHER DESCRIPTIVE TERMS
These terms may sound like grades of gasoline, but they are commonly used for “high-end” spirit brands. What defines a product to be qualified to use these terms…? Price? Bottle quality? Whether it is imported? There are no federal or state guidelines on the use of “premium” descriptive terms. In reality, the only true descriptive definition of a good quality vodka is how it feels on the palette. When tasting vodkas, look for four attributes; 1) a tinge on the front of the tongue, 2) a lasting burn down the back of the throat, 3) how it feels in the back of the mouth, or, “gills”, 4) overall flavor. The best vodkas will leave no tinge or burn, will feel smooth in the “gills” and finally, will have an overall sweet and smooth flavor that makes them delicious.
“TIMES DISTILLED” VS. “COLUMN DISTILLED”
Technically, “times distilled” refers to a pot-still operation. “Column distillation” obviously refers to a column. Each time alcohol is “distilled”, it goes through a heating and cooling process. Too many of these cycles may “bruise” the alcohol much like a beer may be “skunked” when heated and chilled. Column stills may be considered one continuous distillation. 3 times distilled? 10 times distilled? RWB Vodka is distilled just once…and we get it right the first time!
4 TIMES FILTERED? 10 TIMES FILTERED? DOES IT REALLY MATTER?
For vodka in particular, some filtrations are not only necessary, but for quality control purposes, it’s required. Charcoal filtration adds a clarity, crispness, and sparkle to the blended alcohol and water combination, a.k.a. vodka. Other filtrations that are necessary include filters for removing the charcoal, as well as paper filters prior to bottling. However, if you have to filter a product 20 times, you likely have a problem.
DOES WATER MATTER?
Word plays on water source and type that can make up as much as 60% of the volume of a bottle of spirits can be extremely important to the flavor of the product, but don’t be fooled by gimmicks. All water blended with spirits must go through a de-ionization treatment process to ensure that the water and alcohol blend properly, or they may separate. Water sources from mountain wells may, however, provide different quality water from those used from a municipal water system where treatments may have already been added. The water used to make the alcohol itself is the same water used in cooking, cleaning, steam generation for distillation, and bottling, all of which comes from a 200 ft. deep well tapping into the Snake River Aquifer.
Are all waters the same? Are all vodkas the same? …Clearly not.
HANDCRAFTED // UNCOMPRIMISING
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