V-One Vodka Introduces V-One Love

Just in time for Valentine's Day, one of New England's premier luxury spirit companies announces a new flavored-vodka
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Feb. 8, 2013 - PRLog -- Valley Vodka Inc., a Western Massachusetts-based company founded by Paul Kozub, announces the launch of its first flavored vodka called V-One Love-Just in time for Valentine’s Day.

“For the last 5 years, I have worked on over 30 different flavored-vodka recipes and I know I hit a home run with V-One Love,” Kozub says.  “V-One Love is a careful blend of two of the world’s most expensive vanilla varieties.  The first is Tahitian vanilla, known for its incredible aroma that is floral with tones of ripe fruit.  The second vanilla is Madagascar vanilla, the world’s most popular vanilla which is rich, creamy and smooth.  These two vanillas combined with a hint of essence of rose, gives V-One Love a uniquely rich, creamy and sophisticated taste that complements our award winning vodka.”

Paul Kozub traveled to Poland to oversee the production of V-One Love in January and brought back 100 bottles just in time for Valentine’s Day.  Each will be numbered and signed by him.  For more information, visit V-One on Facebook or contact V-One atwww.v1vodka.com or 877-V1-VODKA.

The V-One Love will come in 750 ml bottles and will retail for between $30.99-$35.99 and will be available by March 15 stores in Massachusetts and Connecticut.

“With the rash of flavored vodkas such as peanut butter and jelly, root beer or bubble gum flavor on the shelves, V-One Love aims to stand out as the elegant flavored vodka,” concludes Mr. Kozub.

About V-One Vodka

Paul Kozub started v-One Vodka in with a recipe developed in the basement of his Hadley, Mass. home. V-One is now produced exclusively by Polmos Lublin who have been crafting vodka in Poland for over 100 years.

V-One Vodka is handcrafted in small batches and distilled five times. It is the only vodka made solely from 100% organic spelt wheat, the rarest and most expensive grain in the world.  Today, a small amount of this wheat is grown in Hadley, while the majority is grown about 15 miles outside Lublin, Poland.
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