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Mountain Spirits

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posted: 04/29/2005



First came microbreweries. Then upscale coffee shops. Now boutique distilleries are the latest craze to (finally) catch on in ski country. Idaho's 44° North vodka ($29; rockymountainvodka.com) combines that state's famous spuds with its official fruit-the huckleberry. Colorado's Vodka 14 ($32; vodka14.com) is made at the same distillery as 44° North, but eschews berry in favor of organic rye and corn. And Freeport, Maine's Cold River vodka ($32; coldrivervodka.com)-headed by former U.S. Ski Team coach Bob Harkins-is made from locally grown tubers. Log on to skiingmag.com for our favorite recipes.


FEBRUARY 2006

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