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Which One is Worth A Shot : Potato Vodka or Grain Vodka?

Components of Experiment

- Potato Vodka

- Grain Vodka

CGM Experiment

Q : Which is the Better Choice, Potato Vodka or Grain Vodka?

A : Potato Vodka!

Grain vodka is the common alcohol produced by fermenting and distilling grains like rye, corn, wheat, and maize, while Potato Vodka is more premium in quality. It is prepared by fermenting potatoes but retains the earthy and nutty flavour of its base material which is potato. Moreover, it also doesn’t contain gluten; making it healthier than grain vodka.

Scientific Rationale

Vodka is a clear alcoholic beverage with no calories except those within the alcohol. It is therefore popular as a low-calorie drink compared to wine or beer. Though previously considered inferior to grain vodka and more difficult in the entire process like peeling the potatoes before fermenting, potato vodka wasn’t that popular. But owing to its distinctive flavour that expresses the hint of the region where the potatoes are grown, it has become a cult favourite among wine connoisseurs.

Potato vodka is prepared in 4 major steps: fermenting, filtering, and diluting. For fermentation, the potatoes are mashed and mixed with yeast and left like that. Next, the ferment is distilled and filtered to purify it from impurities and toxins; still pure alcohol is left. This is then diluted with water as per requirements.

It is also tastier than the neutral grain vodka. It can be drunk plain or on ice, unlike the grain ones which taste better when mixed with sugary or fruity additives. Although the distillation process sucks out most of the carbohydrates still when compared, potato vodka also contains much less sugar than grain ones or grapes and sugar cane vodka.

Potato vodka is also free of gluten, unlike grain vodka, and can also be enjoyed by gluten–intolerant people. Gluten intolerance is a medical condition. When the person eats gluten-containing foods, it leads to abdominal cramps, bloating, diarrhoea or constipation fatigue and nausea. Gluten is a type of plant protein commonly found in grains like wheat and maize that causes evident stickiness in them. Though the lack of gluten can sometimes spike the blood levels a tad bit higher, but not in an alarming way.

Freezing the potato vodka makes it even smoother and thus don’t need other flavorful additions, which are sometimes higher in calorie than the drink itself. It can be punched up with simple soda water and lemon juice, thus controlling the rise in blood glucose. But as it is always advisable not to indulge in binge drinking as it harms the liver.

Bottomline

Both Potato and Grain Vodka relatively have lesser calories when compared to other alcohols. However, Potato Vodka is a better choice than Grain Vodka.Owing to its distinctive flavour that expresses the hint of the region where the potatoes are grown, it has become a cult favourite among connoisseurs.

FAQs

Is The Popular Tito’s Brand A Grain Or Potato Vodka?

Tito’s Is A Corn Vodka With A Heavy Taste Due To The After-Effects Of Corn Fermentation.

Which Is The Smoothest Brand Of Vodka?

Belvedere Vodka Has A Velvet-Like Satin Finish When Ingested.

What Type Of Alcohol Stresses The Liver Most?

Hard Liquor Of About 80 Proof Quality Stresses The Liver Severely.

Which Alcohol Has The Most Beneficial Effects?

Red Wine. It Is Rich In Antioxidants, Protecting The Body From Free Radicals And Polyphenols And Improving Heart Functions.

What Is The Limit Of Sugar In Alcohol For A Diabetes Patient?

The Maximum Recommended Daily Intake For Sugar For A Diabetes Person Should Be Less Than 25gm. So, While Choosing Your Alcohol One Should Always Keep This In Mind.

What Alcohol Is Best Suited For A Diabetes Person?

Red Wine, Light Beers, White Wines, Seltzer, And Low-Calorie Mocktails.

Can Vodka Act As An Anti-Inflammatory?

To Some Extent, Vodka Can Reduce Inflammation

Which Alcohol Has The Lowest Sugar Content?

Vodka, Tequila, And Gin. They Contain Calories That Our Body Can Readily Metabolise.

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