Made From: Distilled From Wheat
Origin: Lewiston, Me. U.S.A.
Proof: 70
Age: 0
Importer: Made In The U.S.A.
Location: Lewiston, Me.

Three Olives Tomato vodka is one of the many flavored expressions from the popular line of vodkas. It is one of the few vegetable vodkas on the market.

For a nice and complete write-up, see the review at the Intoxicologist where they eventually conclude: “If you are a serious Bloody Mary drinker, Three Olives Tomato Vodka is a vodka you should try.”

Three Olive vodka was launched in 1998 in celebration of the martini so famously garnished with olives. (Purists will quibble that proper martinis are made with gin and there is no such thing as a “vodka martini”–we will not quibble.) It is made from English wheat in a “quadruple” distillation process.

The Three Olives brand is owned and managed by Proximo Spirits, which acquired it from White Rock Distilleries in May, 2010. While the vodka is listed as imported from England, the White Rock is in the US and the Three Olives filing is with LDI in Indiana. It’s quite possible the vodka is made in bulk in England and then bottled in the US. Pending better information, we’ve opted to list this as a US product.

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