GREAT GRAINS. GREAT VODKA.
If you’ve ever enjoyed bread made from fresh, stone-ground heirloom grains, you know its flavor and character are miles beyond the super-refined, mass-produced loaves we buy for convenience. Same with vodka, so for the distiller and connoisseur, the challenge is to use the right ingredients in the right proportion — which eventually led us to a unique blend of spelt, an ancient grain that imparts nutty sweetness, and triticale, a Scottish wheat-rye hybrid that brings smooth complexity. We artfully distill The Walter Collective Vodka — once for purity, twice for smoothness — to produce a spirit unlike any other vodka on the market today.
ON THE NOSE
Delightfully distinctive — clean and soft, nutty and subtly sweet
ON THE PALATE
A thoroughly exceptional vodka built around unique heirloom grains
· Creamy and substantial
· Unmistakably nutty
· Smooth, clean finish
DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL
2018 San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Centuries ago, vodka wasn’t the vapid, tasteless drink it is today. It was typically made from the recent harvest, somewhat crudely and imperfectly distilled — and no one wanted to over-distill or over-filter and strip away all that lovely flavor. At The Walter Collective, we totally agree, so we work hand-in-hand with master distiller Ryan Hembree of Skip Rock Distillers to mimic this old-world process, artfully distilling great grains in a state-of-the-art Kothe still to produce a truly distinctive vodka.