What is Vodka?
Vodka is a neutral spirit that does not have a distinctive character, aroma, colour or taste. Corn, wheat, and rye are the most common grains used to make Vodka.
Since Vodka does not have any distinct flavours the Vodka varies in the distilling and filtering process which can alter the flavour profile. The water added in the bottling process also can affect the flavour profile of the vodka depending on what type of water is used.