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GREY GOOSE® FAQ
Vodka does freeze, you just may never see it happen. Take this at-home experiment, for example. You may have put vodka in the freezer and noticed something—it doesn’t freeze, no matter how long you leave it in there. That’s because its freezing point is much lower than that of water. Because vodka contains 40% alcohol, it won’t freeze over until around around -27 degrees Celsius, much lower than your typical freezer, which is around -18 degrees Celsius.