As if watching Magic Mike over and over again wasn’t already good enough, Channing Tatum is gracing the world yet again, this time with his own line of vodka, which we can sip as we watch the man do his thing on screen.
The Hollywood star announced that he will launch a potato vodka called Born & Bred with Grand Teton Distillery in Idaho. According to Grand Teton’s site, the vodka will be twenty time distilled and prepared in small batches using glacier water from the Grand Teton mountains. In a recent interview with Bon Appetit, Tatum noted that he likes the smooth taste of this particular vodka, and that it doesn't have any afterburn, and that he likes the brand because it has a more casual vibe than other vodkas.
While we may not get to drink the vodka with Tatum himself, it's still worth it to pick up a bottle and drink like he does. Channing Tatum has given us so many gifts, and now, booze is just another one of them.
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