Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Because they are looking out for you 

The EU is regulating how vodka advertisers label their products. Some countries -- Poland, Sweden and Finland -- want to restrict the name vodka to only those products created from grain or potato. In fact, vodka requires starch, which is also found in fruit, molasses, and beets, and some southern European countries produce vodkas made with these ingredients. Those vodkas are now still safe from EU regulation.

I am still partial to bison grass vodka.