Mmmmmm, now that's wheat!
It's in the New York Post, so it must be real.
The firebreathing tabloid reports that a bad batch of Ketel One vodka has been caushing headaches, not for its consumers but for the Dutch distiller. It seems a lot of complaints were being heard in various cities, and a lot of drinks sent back by unhappy customers complaining of an odd taste.
The Post contacted Bill Eldien, president of Nolet Spirits which owns Ketel One, and quoted him as saying the bad batch was the result of "a higher wheat content, with more of a wheat flavor." He went on to say that all the affected bottles had been recalled and the problem corrected.
Now we can all rest easy.
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Posted by William M. Dowd at 10:27 AM