Aylesbury Duck Vodka Where To Buy
A fun poke at everything vodka is not supposed to be, we invented a heroic brand mascot for The 86 Co. Aylesbury Duck is a truly noble woodland bird, well deserving of its own vodka and it can be seen flying around the rolling hills of England, frolicking in the Great Lake District or holding its own in a casserole. From a photo shoot at a duck pond in the bosom of the English countryside to tasting some delightful vodka-infused tea in downtown New York, we were involved in every aspect of the creation of this brand.
aylesbury duck vodka where to buy
Aylesbury Duck Vodka is a delightfully designed spirit from the great white north known as Canada. It's made with winter wheat sourced from farmers in the Western Rockies of Canada. After being distilled, the spirit is shipped down to California where they add very soft water from a well in Mendocino county. It's then bottled up in ergonomically designed bottles, ready for the bar. Not only are they ergonomic, the bottles are also adorned by pictures of Aylesbury ducks boxing and dancing. So yes, that's pretty damn awesome.
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