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(Scientific American)   Gluten free ... vodka? By Shaq?   (scientificamerican.com) divider line 3
    More: Stupid, distillation, free product, small intestines, tobacco taxes, peptides, determinants, rye, flavored vodka  
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2013-11-18 08:52:36 PM  
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Jim_Callahan: From a practical standpoint, it's always distilled and filtered to the point where all vodkas are functionally identical,

Also, an interesting copypasta

"Their tester (and each of them, actually) was able to determine the filtered vodka from the top shelf vodka, and concluded you cannot filter cheap vodka and suddenly turn it into expensive vodka.

HOWEVER. Everyone agreed that the taste of the bottom shelf vodka improved from the filtration! The point here is that the myth they tested wasn't "can you make bad vodka better by filtering," it was "can you make bad vodka as good as top-shelf vodka by filtering.""
2013-11-18 03:19:45 PM  
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That's why I only drink vodak made from potatoes. Just to be sure.
2013-11-18 03:02:57 PM  
1 votes:
What's vodka? Is it anything like vodak?
 
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