Wild Knight rides in to shake up English vodka

Wild Knight vodka

A new vodka made with Norfolk barley has been launched with the claim that it is the “smoothest and purest English vodka imaginable”.

Wild Knight Ultra-Premium English Vodka has been developed by husband and wife team Matt and Steph Brown for people to enjoy over ice or at room temperature and served with food.

Single-distilled in small batches with barley grown in Norfolk, it is smooth, soft and slightly sweet with a long finish. At 40% ABV, it is diluted with water drawn from the ancient chalk aquifers that run under eastern England.

They have named it Wild Knight to encapsulate “a spirit of adventure and the heritage of England”.

Matt said: “With Wild Knight we’re hoping to rekindle the nation’s love affair with vodka in the same way that gin has been reinvented in recent years.

“We want people to enjoy our vodka in its purest form and recognise the qualities and flavours that can come from an ultra-premium vodka, in the same way they would savour a good whiskey.

“It’s time for English vodka to make its mark and we hope to be at the very forefront of that revolution.”

It is also promoted for using in cocktails including a Vodka Martini. Click here for recipes.

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