The Production Process
Imported from the Netherlands, Dutchcraft is made in two principal phases. The process begins with three different distilleries producing the vodka's base neutral grain spirits, all of which are five-times distilled in small batches. The various spirits come off the still at 96% alcohol and are then blended together in Zevenaar, which is located in the northeast corner of Holland. The vodka is repeatedly filtered to ensure purity and reduced to proof with spring water from the Veluwe Nature Preserve near Arnheim. The water source is located 200 meters underground and has been flowing freely since the Ice Age. The vodka is finally bottled at 40% alcohol (80 proof).