Black Moth - Truffle Vodka

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Black Moth - Truffle Vodka
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The individual taste of the vodka used to create Black Moth has been developed using authentic artisanal techniques handed down through generations, and the fermenting and distilling process has a fundamental effect on the sublime result.

Unlike other vodkas, Black Moth is five times distilled and three times filtered, creating a spirit that is noticeably soft on the palate and delicately flavoured.

Made from grain, Black Moth has a warm and mellow taste, perfectly complementing the wonderful flavour of the black Perigord truffle.



Category(s):     Vodka
Group(s):     Christmas Crackers
Producer: Black Moth
ABV:   40%
Brand:   Black Moth

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Black Moth is the stunning result of the creative collaboration between vodka enthusiast Paul Amin and truffle connoisseur Paul Thomas.
After spending many years travelling the world sampling a variety of different cultures and spirits, Amin decided to develop his own concept of the definitive luxury vodka - one that resonated with craftsmanship, elegance and refinement. However, it was not until a chance viewing of Thomas on the BBC that Amin found the ideal partner in this venture. Together, they concluded that truffles, the ultimate culinary delicacy, would be the perfect ingredient to create a vodka that would be given pride of place both at the bar and on the dinner table. Many sessions spent experimenting, combining and tasting finally gave rise to Black Moth, a spirit that has truly earned its place at the heart of gastronomy.
The name 'Black Moth' is derived from the elusive black truffle that provides its unique flavour and the metamorphosis of the moth from humble caterpillar into beautiful nocturnal creature, which Amin and Thomas believe echoes the transformation from simple vodka to exquisite spirit.

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