Produced in Newfoundland, Canada, Crystal Head is a multi-award winning, ultra-premium vodka that was created by actor, musician, and comedian Dan Aykroyd and renowned artist John Alexander. The vodka is distilled with high quality peaches and cream corn and blended into a neutral grain spirit with the pristine, untouched waters of Newfoundland. The liquid is then filtered seven times, of which three are through layers of semi-precious crystals known as Herkimer diamonds. Crystal Head contains no additives - a naturally smooth spirit.
Awards: ‘Gold medal for Excellent Taste’ at PRODEXPO in Moscow, ‘Double Gold’ at the San Francisco Spirits Competition, and ‘Best Luxury Spirit’ and ‘New Product of the Year’ at ALIA in Australia.
For recipes, news, and more information on Crystal Head visit crystalheadvodka.com.
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