What is Vodka?
Vodka is a distilled alcohol with an ABV of roughly 40%. Vodka is made from fermented grains, such as wheat, corn and sorghum. Potatoes and sweet potatoes are also used to create vodka. This clear, white liquor is often used in mixed drinks, taken as shots and can be also used in food additives, such as vanilla extract. There are many brands of vodka, including Smirnoff, Grey Goose and Ketel One.