We often get asked questions about our Pure Milk Vodka. You can find the answers to the commonly asked ones below.
Is the Black Cow distillery open for sales?
|Afraid not! If you want to buy our vodka locally, you can find us at Washingpool Farm Shop, Felicity's Farm Shop, Morrisons and Mole Avon in Dorchester.|
|What’s the nutritional information for Black Cow Vodka?|
|Units alcohol per 100ml - 4 units
Energy (kcal) per 100ml - 211
Energy (kj) per 100ml - 874
Sugar (g) per 100ml - < 0.1g
Available carbohydrate < 1g/100ml
Of which total sugars < 0.1g/100ml
Total carbohydrate: < 2g/100ml
|Are there any carbs in Black Cow Vodka?|
|Please see our nutritional facts above.|
|Is your vodka lactose free? Is there any lactose left at all after distillation?|
|The fermentation and distillation process removes virtually all of the lactose. In analysis it shows as less than 6 parts per million of lactose. At such low levels it is considered safe for dairy / lactose intolerances. Caution should be exercised if severe reaction/anaphylaxes is caused by milk proteins, as sensitivity can differ between individuals.|
|Is Black Cow gluten free?|
Black Cow vodka is made entirely from milk so is gluten free.
|Are there any residual cow’s milk proteins in the vodka?|
|The proteins all but get removed in the fermentation and distillation process, leaving just a trace:
< 3 parts per million of casein
< 0.5 part per million of B-Lactoglobulin
|Does the vodka have a best before date?|
|It is not a legal requirement to have a best before date on spirits.
However, if you can resist drinking it for that long it will be fine for at least 5 years.
|Is your Black Cow Cheddar suitable for vegetarians?|
|Yes, the rennet used to separate the curds and whey in the milk is vegetarian rennet.|
|Is Black Cow Cheddar pasteurised?|