This vodka is named, of course, for golf legend Fuzzy Zoeller. Fuzzy himself apparently decided to offer his own brand of vodka and conducted a variety of personal taste tests to select a vodka he thought tasted the best. The result is now in the bottle.
. This is a private label arrangement for vodka production that's not uncommon in the vodka industry. In this case, the grain base vodka is apparently made with Cascade Mountain water. To make the product special, it is one of the very few vodkas that is lightly aged in oak, in this case for two months, before bottling.
I bought this vodka for the label but was very pleased at the quality.
I would say it compares with Kettle One.
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