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This English Farm Produces Cow’s Milk Vodka You Can Now Buy in the U.S.

The English countryside probably doesn’t rank very high on most vodka aficionado’s travel hit list. And understandably so, given that more than 70 percent of the vodka in the EU comes from the Nordic, Baltic, and Slavic countries that comprise Europe’s ‘Vodka Belt.’

And while smaller-scale English distilleries might not be able to compete with their more eastern counterparts in terms of volume, they are producing vodka unlike what you’d find anywhere else in the world.

Case in point: Black Cow Vodka, which comes from a herd of 250 grass-fed cattle in the lush, southwest county of Dorset, where the transportation of choice is often a rumbling tractor or a hand-me-down Land Rover covered in bumper stickers.

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