Three Olives

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Three Olives is a premium vodka launched in 1998 that is produced in England from local wheat. Apart from a their unflavored product, they are best known for their sometimes unusual flavor offerings. The original releases were Cherry and Grape, and expanded to Bubble, Chocolate, Cake, Rootbeer, Pomegranate, Triple Shot Esperesso and Dude (lemon and lime reminiscent of Mountain Dew soda) among many others. Their portfolio includes 17 flavors in all. 

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