The raised imagery of desert sage, the Nevada state flower, can be found on this bottle as well as Smoke Wagon bottles and their gift boxes.

 

The Morgan silver dollar (replicated on the bottle's face) was minted in Carson city, the state capitol. It is the perfect symbol and name for our vodka due to its Nevada significance and the fact that silver dollar vodka is silver filtered.

Stamped  on  wax and embedded in an amber bottle (the color of most 19th century whiskey vessels), there are two crossed "smoke wagons" (slang for the  1873 colt single action army revolver) over an outline of the state of Nevada.

 

You'll find below that our motto, from Seneca, "bibamus moriendum est" literally translated "let us drink, for we must die," or more loosely, drink and have fun because we won't be around forever. We're assuming Seneca meant drink responsibly.

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The raised imagery of desert sage, the Nevada state flower, can be found on this bottle as well as Smoke Wagon bottles and their gift boxes.

 

The Morgan silver dollar (replicated on the bottle's face) was minted in Carson city, the state capitol. it is the perfect symbol and name for our vodka due to its Nevada significance and the fact that silver dollar vodka is silver filtered.

Stamped  on  wax and embedded in an amber bottle (the color of most 19th century whiskey vessels), there are two crossed "smoke wagons" (slang for the  1873 colt single action army revolver) over an outline of the state of Nevada.

 

You'll find below that our motto, from Seneca, "bibamus moriendum est" literally translated "let us drink, for we must die," or more loosely, drink and have fun because we won't be around forever. We're assuming Seneca meant drink responsibly.

STAMPED  ON  WAX AND EMBEDDED IN AN AMBER BOTTLE, (THE COLOR OF MOST 19TH CENTURY WHISKEY VESSELS), THERE ARE TWO CROSSED "SMOKE WAGONS" (SLANG FOR THE  1873 COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER) OVER AN OUTLINE OF THE STATE OF NEVADA.

 

YOU'LL FIND BELOW THAT OUR MOTTO, FROM SENECA, "BIBAMUS MORIENDUM EST" LITERALLY TRANSLATED "LET US DRINK, FOR WE MUST DIE," OR MORE LOOSELY, DRINK AND HAVE FUN BECAUSE WE WON'T BE AROUND FOREVER. WE'RE ASSUMING SENECA MEANT DRINK RESPONSIBLY.