Cleveland Bay launches British-made vodka

By Helen Gilbert

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Cleveland Bay vodka is made in Britain from English potatoes and sugar beet
Cleveland Bay vodka is made in Britain from English potatoes and sugar beet
Cleveland Bay Vodka has launched a vodka made entirely of British ingredients in a bid to compete with the Eastern European market.

Product Details:

Cleveland Bay Vodka has launched its first beverage, a premium artisan vodka made using English potatoes and sugar beet. Named after the North Yorkshire breed of horse, the 40% abv spirit has gentle citrus notes with hints of pepper. Smooth on the palate with a creamy long lasting flavour it can be served over ice or blended in cocktails. Each 70cl glass bottle features a Cleveland Bay horse design along with a British Union jack.


Its British roots. According to Cleveland Bay, the British vodka market is still very much in its infancy. 


Prices start at £162.18 for a case of six (trade price)


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Why you should buy it:

“Cleveland Bay is made up of carefully sourced British ingredients, distilled in the world’s smallest commercial copper pot stills installed with a bespoke reflux column, instead of disposable equipment,” James Luwagga creator of Cleveland Bay Vodka said. “This allows for first time distillation, ending in a carbon filter finish for unrivalled smoothness and taste.”  

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