Black Cow vodka opens distillery to public

10th January, 2017 by Amy Hopkins

Black Cow Pure Milk Vodka, the world’s “first” vodka made entirely from cow’s milk, is set to expand its business with the launch of two visitor experiences at its distillery in Dorset, England.


Black Cow Pure Milk Vodka will open its Dorset distillery to the public

Launched in 2012, Black Cow is made by separating milk into curds and whey, then fermenting and distilling the whey.

The brand will open the doors of its Dorset distillery to tourists in April 2017 with the launch of two visitor experiences: The Black Cow Distillery Experience and The Black Cow Distillery Visit.

The Black Cow Distillery Experience lasts for three hours and includes a cocktail masterclass, tour of the distillery, lunch at Black Cow’s newly opened Bar + Kitchen, and a complimentary bottle of Black Cow Pure Milk Vodka. Tickets cost £140 for two people, with group sizes limited to eight people.

The Black Cow Distillery Visit visit lasts about 60 minutes, taking visitors on a tour of the distillery and allowing them to sample the vodka and enjoy a complimentary cocktail. Tickets cost £25 per person, with group sizes limited to 10 people.

“We are really excited to be opening our doors to fans of Black Cow Vodka, old and new,” said dairy farmer and Black Cow co-founder Jason Barber.

“Since I first created our Pure Milk Vodka four years ago, we have seen interest grow around the world. We thought the time was right to welcome visitors to our brand home and introduce more people to the smooth, creamy taste of Black Cow.”

In April last year, Black Cow made its first entry into the US after signing a distribution agreement California’s Wine Warehouse.

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