The Reid Single Malt Vodka is made from just three ingredients; barley, water and yeast. Named for three of the distillery's founders, 'the reid' starts life in the same way as their Single Malt Whisky - the Scottish two-row barley is milled, mashed and then fermented before distillation in a copper pot still. It is then distilled in two 7.5 metre German column stills to over 95 percent alcohol, before local water, just off the mountain, is added to give a bottle strength of 44 percent alcohol by volume. This unique vodka is very rich in characteristics, on the nose and palate. There are notes of banoffee - biscuit from the malt, banana from the distinct long fermentation and even a hint of caramel coming through at the end.