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Vodka is a colorless, odorless spirit distilled from grain or potatoes. Served up or as an ingredient in cocktails and mixed drinks, Vodka must meet a specific set of standards depending on geography.  In the United States, Vodka must have a minimum alcohol content of 40% (80 proof). Popular drinks that use Vodka include the Screwdriver, Greyhound and Bloody Mary.

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