Earlier this week I had the pleasure of meeting Tito Beveridge, the creator of Tito's vodka. Before meeting Tito, I'd never heard of the Texas-based American vodka company. However, I was impressed with Tito's ambition — before getting into the spirits business, he was a geophysicist, oil driller, and mortgage broker — and pleasantly surprised by his vodka's pure, bite-free flavor. The handmade corn vodka is distilled six times in an old-fashioned pot still. This sort of still is typically used for making fine single malt scotches and high-end cognacs, so naturally it provides the vodka's incredible smoothness. At $18 a bottle, the best thing about Tito's is that it's a premium-style vodka that won't break the bank.
The worst thing about this exceptionally clean vodka is that it's very easy to drink, which could potentially be dangerous! Have you ever sipped Tito's vodka?