Where To Buy Blavod Vodka
If you are trying to bring a non-black drink into the darkness, do some experiments first to see if it will give you the look you're going for. Depending on the mixers in the drink and their proportions, this black vodka should, in the least, turn it a darker hue. It is not guaranteed to turn the entire drink black.
There are a few other options that you might want to consider, though not all are as quick or cheap as the food coloring formula. None of these produce the perfect black vodka that is Blavod. It uses a black catechu bark infusion; the dried herb is difficult to come by and hardly worth the expense and effort. You do have some alternative options:
Activated charcoal supplements have been suggested as a way to make black vodka. It's not as good as the rice or food coloring options because the charcoal settles significantly and the vodka will become grey. Contrary to rumors, activated charcoal doesn't lower blood alcohol levels, so don't think it will reduce your hangover chances, either.
Also, be aware that activated charcoal can negatively interact with some medications. Unlike other toxins, the charcoal doesn't bind to alcohol and the two together may cause gastrointestinal problems as well as serious health risks like a pulmonary aspiration. This black vodka hack is not worth the risks and, as a responsible drinker, it's best to go with safer options.
The cocktail recipes that call for black vodka are often as much a novelty as the liquor itself. Try the black and gold, a martini-style drink with Goldschlager, or the black widow, a simple twist on the vodka-cranberry. For a party shot, you might want to try the black rose. If you don't like the sweet, pink liqueur known as Tequila Rose, try Irish cream instead.
The South East Asian herb Black Catechu, which is extracted from the bark of the Acacia tree, is subtly infused into premium triple distilled grain vodka, produces an elegant, smooth tasting premium vodka with an eye catching black look like no other. The final result is a clean tasting premium vodka which is both alluringly dark and exquisitely smooth.
Blavod Original Black Vodka is made using premium, triple distilled grain vodka fused with the natural botanical black catechu, extracted from the bark of the Acacia tree in South East Asia. The final result is a clean tasting vodka which is uniquely dark and exquisitely smooth. Enjoy its smooth taste served neat, over ice, or with yoru favorite mixer.
BlavodReviews to date: 8Average score: 4Country: Distilled from: Company: Add your own review of BlavodBlack Vodka! A small English variety of vodka, I highly recommend it to everyone. The black color comes from the herb black catechu which adds little to the taste and removes the burn in the aftertaste. The result is a very smooth and refined beverage, if a bit odd in color. Mixing drinks with Blavod is a challenge as the color of the liquor does not lend itself to many fruit-based mixed drinks (e.g. screwdrivers). Vodka-crans are a notable exception and Blavod with cranberry juice makes a stunning looking and tasting drink. The official website is at .Reviewer: Chad Johnson
OK, I'll admit. I bought this one simply because it's black, and that looked cool to me. I expected a really nasty vodka, but was pleasantly surprised to find that it's actually a decent Vodka.Reviewer: mikehell
I'm working in Nyagan, Siberia.... so as a result have been drinking much vodka. while out and about town, I had noticed a black vodka and it's name. A check on the internet showed it to be English. Surpring on its own, let alone finding it on sale out here. About three times the price of good local vodkas so hadn't tried it. While marooned at Khanty airport for 4 hours with a Russian workmate, he ordered some of the blabk stuff. He was insiting how wonderful it was and when I told him it was Englsh he refused to believe it. He even bet me 500 roubles, which I won once he'd taken a look at the back of the bottle. Made in London.I got stuck into it aswell and can say it is excellent. Very very smooth without being bland or tasteless. Yes, the colour is cool too.Coopsps NOONE here puts their Vodka in the freezer. Lives in the fridge - chilled is good, frozen is not.Reviewer: coops
Blavod vodka, I like most fell into the black vodka trap. The taste is not so smooth I does have a bit of a bite to it. It makes a very interesting mixer the fact that you can stack it in your glass. The mane reason that I blavod a 3 I because of the hang over. I really think that the better the vodka the lesser the hangover and blavod gave me one of the worst I have in a long time. In the end fun conversation drive at the bar but no longer keep it at home.Reviewer: Kevin Winslow
I was bought Blavod as a present (must be all the metal I listen to) and enjoyed it most as a mixer. Makes a shockingly fun "toxic waste green" when added to orange juice!On it's own it's still nice enough- a spicy/herby flavour that's quite sweet. I never drank too much on it's own as I was worried about it making my teeth go black...But I needn't have worried.But is it really a 'vodka' or a liquerReviewer: Jon Lopez
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We take Black Catechu, extracted from the Acacia tree found in south east Asia and subtly infuse it into triple distilled grain vodka to produce an elegantly black, smooth and clean tasting premium vodka.
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