Tulip Vodka featured in Atlas Obscura

Vodka can be made out of nearly anything. While it’s typically made from potatoes or grain, a new version of the liquor has sprouted up. Made from tulip bulbs, it comes, of course, from the Netherlands.

Dutch Tulip Vodka makes two varieties. One, the Dutch Tulip Vodka Pure, is entirely made of water and tulip bulbs, 350 a bottle, to be exact. Another, the Dutch Premium Blend, is combined with grain spirits, and contains around 40 bulbs. Naturally, both offer plenty of floral notes with each sip.

Read more at Gastro Obscura (Anne Ewbank)

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