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Review: Jeremiah Weed Sweet Tea Vodka

Jeremiah Weed sweet tea vodka - CopyJeremiah Weed Sweet Tea vodka was introduced in 2009.  They later added a peach sweet tea and bourbon sweet tea flavor.  Very little information is available about this product as Diageo has changed the focus of the Jeremiah Weed Brand, to their Sarsaparilla, Spiced, and Cinnamon American blended whiskey.         Read more »


Review: Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka

firefly sweet tea vodka - CopyFirefly Sweet Tea vodka was created in a small still on Wadmalow Island South Carolina, 30 miles south of Charleston.  It was introduced in 2008 and it was the worlds first hand crafted sweet tea flavored vodka.  To keep up with demand Firefly is now produced and bottled at the Buffalo Trace distillery in Frankfort Kentucky using the same recipe.  It is made with vodka that is made with Carolina grown Muscadine grapes and it is distilled four times and infused with tea grown on a plantation five miles from the distillery.  Real Louisiana sugar cane is blended before bottling at 35% alcohol. Read more »


Review: Deep Eddy Sweet Tea Vodka

deep eddy sweet tea - CopyDeep Eddy Sweet Tea vodka was introduced in 2010.  It is the vodka that launched the company.  It is made at the Savvy distillery in Austin Texas.  The company is the result of a partnership between the creator and owner of Savvy Vodka, Chad Auler who launched Savvy in 2006, and the creator of Sweet Leaf Tea Beverages, Clayton Christopher.  Clayton started Sweet Leaf Tea in 1998 in Beaumont Texas using $10,000 and his Grandmothers rccipe for home brewed iced tea.  The company was acquired by Nestle in 2011 for millions of dollars.  Deep Eddy Sweet Tea starts with sweet corn and spring water from deep aquifers in Texas Hill Country.  It is column distilled ten times in a 20 foot column still before it is slowly filtered six times over charcoal.  Local clover honey and pure cane sugar is added and Black Indonisian Tea Leaves are infused before bottling at 35% alcohol. Read more »