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A bottle of Trump Vodka, an American brand of vodka made from European wheat by A H Wanders, Netherlands, and named after US President Donald Trump. This was imported to the US by Drinks America, a beverage distributor who markets drinks associated with celebrities.

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Trump Premium Vodka is created in Holland by the Wanders Distillers distillery, distilled from select European wheat five distillations four of them in activated carbon, and then rested for six months in stainless steel vats, this Premium vodka belongs to the billionaire and EX US president, Donald Trump.

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That being said, there are still people in the United States sitting on a cache of Trump Vodka, waiting for the moment to cash in. One eBay merchant in New Jersey, (who asked not to share his full name but operates under the username "airmax617,") can call himself a genuine investor. His wife's parents bought him a bottle as a gag, which surprised him, because he knew the line was discontinued years ago. He asked them where they purchased it, and drove to the liquor store in question in order to take home six cases of Trump Vodka. "I got it at a significant discount to what the bottles were going online for," he says. "The retailer had no interest of selling his liquor online so was not marking it up, selling at true retail cost."

What happened: Trump dipped his toes into the "super premium" vodka industry around 2006. It's unclear when exactly Trump Vodka was shut down, but by 2011 the drink was no longer being produced "under the Trump trademark because the company failed to meet the threshold requirements," Trump's people said, according to Gothamist.

However, perhaps Trump should have considered expanding into the global "super premium" vodka market. Much to his annoyance, in 2011 Trump's name-brand vodkas were being sold in Israel without authorization.

"I have very successful companies," the New York billionaire told reporters at the event at Trump National Golf Club Jupiter, in Jupiter, Fla., as raw steaks, bottles of wine and vodka, and magazines stood near the man himself.

"The last iteration of the luxury lifestyle mag reached a circulation of 100,000 and sold for $5.95 before it flopped. Issues are nowhere to be found online and hardcopies are likely a rare collector's item."

Despite Donald Trump's reputation as a brilliant entrepreneur and genius with merchandising, there is a long history of business failures with his name on them, including the Trump Shuttle, Trump magazine, Trump Mortgage, and, most recently, Trump University. Long before the #GrabYourWallet movement called for boycotts of retailers selling Trump products, it was more or less impossible to buy items like Trump Steaks, Trump Water, and Trump Vodka. Last March, one reporter for the Providence Journal found tons of online listings for such products, but ultimately could not find anything legitimately available for sale. An in-depth investigation for meat sold under the Trump Steak brand by the Washington Post was just as fruitless.

Trumps very own Super Premium Vodka! Clear appearance; superb clarity. Dry earthy scents of grain and paraffin. The bouquet offers tantalizing nuances of leather and jasmine. Tasting Notes: Nose: Dry, Earthy Scents Of Grain, Paraffin, Kid Leather, Jasmine, Flowers, Moss, And Soot Palate: Entry Displays Far Better Than Average Grain Focus And Viscosity; At Midpalate, The Taste Profile Turns Off-Dry, Intensely Breakfast Cereal-Like And Biscuity. Finish: Oily/Creamy And Snack Cracker-Like. Trump Vodka was an American brand of vodka produced at first in the Netherlands, then later in Germany by Drinks Americas under license from The Trump Organization. Discontinued: 2011 (in the United States) Manufacturer: Drinks Americas Introduced: 2005

A photograph purportedly showing a snarky advertisement for Smirnoff brand vodka featuring an apparent dig at President Trump in its tagline that "We'd be happy to talk about our ties to Russia under oath" was recirculated on social media in December 2018.

That photograph first popped up online when it was posted to Twitter by Kate Kosturski in June 2017. At that time, the U.S. news media were speculating over whether or not President Trump would testify under oath about his alleged ties to Russia:

Trump University, an enterprise that sought to teach people how to become successful business tycoons just like Donald Trump, was ironically, another failed venture. Founded in 2005, it offered unaccredited online courses in subjects such as asset management, entrepreneurship and wealth creation for fees of up to $35,000.

Offer valid on any online order over $150 (excludes taxes and discounts). Valid for shipping anywhere within Washington only. Not valid when shipping to any other state. Order arrives within 3-5 business days. Excludes Gift Cards.

Offer valid on any online order over $150 (excludes taxes and discounts). Valid for shipping anywhere within Arizona only. Not valid when shipping to any other state. Order arrives within 3-5 business days. Excludes Gift Cards.

Offer valid on any online order over $150 (excludes taxes and discounts). Valid for shipping anywhere within California only. Not valid when shipping to any other state. Order arrives within 3-5 business days. Excludes Gift Cards.

While warnings were issued by a kosher certification organization in 2013 of the non-kosher Vodka and newly released bottles of certified-kosher Trump Vodka now bear a holographic label, non-kosher bottles are still in circulation. And to make matters even more confusing, some non-Kosher bottles produced prior to the 2013 discovery that were found to have the same identifying sticker that was put to distinguish the new "real" kosher vodka.

Amid the ongoing investigation into whether Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign colluded with the Russian government, one vodka company seems to be taking a not-so-subtle dig at the commander-in-chief.

The ad reads: "Vodka so filtered, we even took the Russia out of it." It is in part a reference to the U.S. vodka distiller's process of triple filtering its spirits. The billboard appears to be part of the company's "West of Expected" advertising campaign. The public relations company representing Skyy didn't immediately respond to a request for comment about the ad.

How passionate is Dan Aykroyd about Crystal Head vodka? He appeared in an eight-minute long video touting Crystal Head (and he doesn't even say the word "vodka" until almost five minutes into the clip.) First launched in 2008, the Canadian-produced vodka (Aykroyd is also Canadian) is sold in a skull-shaped bottle designed by artist John Alexander. Crystal Head contends the bottles are actually "heads," and are inspired by a legendary tale that's a bit too convoluted to explain here. To learn more, check out the Aykroyd video. The oddly packaged brand packs some pretty serious (award-winning) vodka.

Diageo in 2014 announced the global launch of a new single grain Scotch whisky called Haig Club, which was developed in partnership with soccer star David Beckham and British entrepreneur Simon Fuller. The whisky is bottled in a blue glass bottle, which Diageo said is inspired by the tradition of blenders using blue tasting glasses so the spirit can be reviewed on aroma and taste alone. But just because Beckham is a star on the field doesn't mean he can score a hit behind the bar: online reviews for the tipple have been fairly mixed.

Cirrus Vodka is a small batch vodka made from 100% potato (primarily russets). We are a full distillery. We do all of our own mashing, fermenting, distilling of our neutral spirit, and bottling. We are not a contract distillery. Cirrus is all natural in that we use NO additives for flavoring or anything else to influence flavor. Cirrus is pot distilled in a copper pot. The spirit is triple distilled because we only need to distill three times to achieve the finished spirit quality that we look for. The spirit is then filtered, but barely, because it does not really need it. The finished neutral spirit is cut to 80 proof with a very nice spring water that we bring in to the distillery.

The cut water is indeed an important part of the final spirit. But it is only as important as the raw material, the process used to produce the spirit and how the process is run by the distiller. The water we use is just flat out great water. I knew I was going to use it before I had even finished development of the vodka.

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Two years later, on August 6, 2006, Trump filed an application to trademark Trump Steaks. A few months later, in October, the New York Inquirer published a story reporting that Trump had entered into a partnership with Buckhead Beef to sell the steaks. The now-trademarked Trump Steaks name was first used in commerce, according to filings made to the United States Patent and Trademark Office, in December 2006. To start, it appears as though Trump sold his steaks through a direct sales website, housed at 041b061a72


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