here you will do well to linger; here our highest good is pleasure”

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October 4, 2020

It’s rather fitting to raise a toast to International Vodka Day with a glass of Broken Clock; after all this year it was voted the best tasting vodka at The Bartenders’ Brand Awards.

Our quintessentially English vodka comes from English country gardens and Georgian era books and recipes and above all else it is a characterful sipping vodka for slow enjoyment.

And what better way to prolong pleasures than to break the clock and slip back into the rhythm of nature.
120580246_2661819200722857_1567556459648425679_n.jpg Broken Clock is crafted by time in the North of England using time honoured methods. We use a traditional copper pot still to subtly and slowly infuse our superior British wheat spirit with classic botanicals, one of which is organic, windfall apples gathered from the old orchard trees in the idyllic garden at Shandy Hall in North Yorkshire.

The result is a characterful and full bodied vodka with complex garden essences and a satisfyingly long, lingering finish.

And it is this distinctive taste which made Broken Clock the vodka of choice for the esteemed judges at this year’s competition as well as for the other expert bartenders who serve our vodka at some of Britain’s most respected bars.