William Chase grew up in Herefordshire, England, and farmed potatoes for two decades before creating Tyrrells Crisps and then embarking on an ambitious project to make his own vodka. His first batch of potato vodka flowed from the stills in June 2008, and since then, it has gained both respect and awards alike.
After wowing vodka fans with its award-winning potato vodka, Chase has gone on to launch a number of flavoured vodkas made with real fruit. Chase Marmalade Vodka uses Seville oranges and Valencian orange peel; Chase Rhubarb uses rhubarb from Herefordshire; and Naked Chase Vodka uses English cider apples.
Chase Eureka Lemon Marmalade vodka is created by copper distilling Chase Potato Vodka with thick-cut lemon marmalade in a “marmaliser' before being marinated for 72 hours with eureka lemon peel to add a natural lemon colour and depth of flavour.
Citrus pithiness and lingering lemon zest on the nose. The palate is thick and oily with a welcoming sweet creaminess. With lemon meringue pie and subtle notes of vanilla on the finish.