In a move made by many businesses around the country, Vorshay’s Cocktail Lounge is just one of the businesses in town who will no longer be selling Russian made vodkas. The announcement was made on their Facebook page following Russia’s unprovoked attack on Ukraine.
Another local business in town is the east-side Jacob Liquor Exchange at 29th and Rock, who announced they’ll no longer be carrying any Russian made vodkas on their shelf for the time being. Groves Liquor at Kellogg and Webb have also followed suite.
Those wanting to a buy a Ukrainian vodka can purchase Khor. Or if you’re looking for something local, Greatness Vodka is a Wichita-owned business. One of my go-to’s is also the Austin, TX produced Tito’s.
I can assure you that there are many better vodkas out there than what is produced in Russia.
What do you think of this move by our local businesses?
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2 thoughts on “Local businesses pulling Russian vodkas from shelves”
How does this help? Are the liquor companies owned by government officials of Russia??? Or are they owned by innocent civilians that have nothing to do with this war?
You’ll have to ask the businesses involved on their reasoning