Hunnington Distillery Fresh Chili Vodka 40% 500ML
Farm Style Distillery
The Fresh Chili vodka is made simply, from pure Tasmanian rainwater and organic cane sugar. David double distill and carbon filter it before he distill it a third time with locally grown rocoto chillies, grown by his friend Sharon, in the hills behind Margate.
This is one of his seasonal products and, this year, he only had around 30 litres of it. The chilli burn is not too hot and the combination of fresh chillies and pure vodka create an amazing combination.
Try it straight, cold from the freezer, in your next “Bloody Mary” or in an oyster shooter that is just unforgettable.
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