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Star Trek’s Ten Forward Vodka was announced at San Diego Comic-Con today and something tells me, this will end up being a great collector’s item!

[StarTrek.com]

Guinan would drink to that, and we have a feeling a lot of our fellow Star Trek fans will, too. What are we drinking to – and with? That’d be Ten-Forward Vodka , which joins the previously announced James T. Kirk Straight Bourbon Whiskey as part of Silver Screen Bottling Company’s expansive new line of Star Trek-branded spirits. Ten-Forward Vodka, to honor Trek’s legacy, will travel into space before it is blended into the stocks of the premium spirit, ensuring that a portion of every bottle will contain truly out-of-this-world vodka.

The Ten-Forward Vodka, which is inspired by the lounge on board the U.S.S. Enterprise-D from Star Trek: The Next Generation, is made from choice American grain, carefully distilled six times. Graphic designer and Star Trek veteran Mike Okuda lent his talents to the bottle design.

Ten-Forward Vodka sells for $29.99 and is available for purchase at TenForwardVodka.com.

ten forward vodka
Ten Forward Vodka

But there’s more that makes this Star Trek influenced Vodka even more special, according to i09:

Aside from featuring an LCARS-influenced bottle design (that’s the Enterprise’s computer operating system from TNG onwards), the vodka’s Star Trek-iness is enhanced by the fact that… it’s been to space? No, really: the company is planning to send a batch of the spirit into space, which will be blended with the larger stock to guarantee that at least every bottle contains a tiny bit of space-bound booze. I’m sure the discerning Star Trek fan will absolutely be able to notice this cosmic addition while they down shot after shot during their next Trek marathon.

So stay tuned! Live Long and Prosper peeps!

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