From the brand
Karlsson’s is a small-batch, handcrafted Swedish potato vodka. It is unique in that it actually has natural taste and flavor. This comes from the raw ingredients, a blend of several varieties of Virgin New Potato from Cape Bjäre, a small region in the southwest of Sweden. A Scandinavian delicacy, these heirloom potatoes are highly revered, sought-after and quite expensive. In order to preserve their character, master blender Börje Karlsson distills them only one time and leaves the spirit unfiltered. The result is a product with a truly artisanal aesthetic and intrinsic flavor. Rich and robust but also creamy and smooth, nothing needs to be added to Karlsson’s Gold Vodka, because nothing is taken away.
About Karlsson’s Gold Vodka
Founder: Peter Ekelund, Olof Tranvik, and Börje Karlsson
Year Founded: 2007
Distillery Location: Gripsholm, Sweden
Master Distiller / Blender: Börje Karlsson
Karlsson’s Gold Vodka Essential Facts
- Master distiller Börje Karlsson helped to create Absolut Vodka in the 1970s. Hans Brindfors, who created Karlsson’s distinctive round bottle, also created Absolut’s trademark bottle.
- Karlsson’s Gold is made from several varieties of Swedish new potatoes. It is unfiltered and distilled only once to give the spirit an earthy flavor.
How you should drink Karlsson’s Gold Vodka
- On the rocks with cracked black pepper
- In a Vodka Martini
- In cocktails (Karlsson’s Summer Bloody Mary, My Spicy Valentine, Pumpkin & Spice, Pear & Cranberry Fizz, Eden’s Apple, Sunset Gold, Karlsson’s Bloody Mary, Black Pepper Gibson, Swedish Mule, Black Gold)
Types of Karlsson’s Gold Vodka Available
- Karlsson’s Gold Vodka
Karlsson’s Gold Vodka
Made from a blend of several varieties of Virgin New Potatoes from Cape Bjäre, Sweden, distilled once and unfiltered. Vodka with taste.$32
- Karlsson’s Batch 2008
Karlsson’s Batch 2008
Made from one harvest of Gammel Svensk Röd (Old Swedish Red) Virgin New Potatoes from Bertil Gunnarsson’s farm in Cape Bjäre, Sweden.$80
- Karlsson’s Batch 2009
Karlsson’s Batch 2009
Made from one harvest of Solist Virgin New Potatoes grown on the Mäsinge Lantbruk farm in Cape Bjäre, Sweden.$80