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Each sip of our Horny Cow premium spirits provides a unique sensory experience. From the clean, freshness of our vodka to the hero botanical flavours of our gin, you can taste the natural quality in every glass.

FAQs

Which vodka for expresso martini?

Horny Cow A1 vodka is perfect for making an expresso martini because it has a smooth, clean, freshness that makes cocktails taste delicious.

Why vodka in pasta?

Horny Cow A1 vodka is a fantastic addition to any pasta dish; it adds a unique and distinct flavour to the meal that can transform the taste and creamy texture. Try a Penne alla vodka recipe today.

What is gin made from?

We make our Horny Cow gin by distilling whey protein solids left over after cheese production. The whey proteins are heated, combined with our secret mix of botanicals, such as juniper berries, and then distilled. Our Australian Gin, Pink Gin, Harvey Dry Gin and Lemon Myrtle each have their distinctive native flavours, making them perfect for adding to cocktails and sipping on the rocks or neat.

What are botanicals in vodka and gin?

Botanicals are natural ingredients added to vodka and gin to give the spirits unique flavours, aromas and textures. Botanicals can range from herbs, spices and fruits to roots, flowers and seeds. Typically, the base spirit is carefully infused with botanicals to achieve a perfect balance of flavours through the distillation process. Usually, the botanicals are steeped in the base for an extended period, allowing their flavours to be fully released and absorbed into the spirit. This technique helps create a unique and distinct flavour profile for each gin.

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