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Anyone know if specifically the flavored ones are gluten-free? i cant seem to get in touch with anyone at the company...

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All are gluten-free.

richard

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Richard, this is on delphi:

Smirnoff Ice (diageo brands) (www.diageo.com) (02/02/05)

USA: Smirnoff Ice (any variety) is a malted beverage and NOT gluten-free.

CANADA, Smirnoff Ice (all varieties) is made with distilled vodka and is gluten-free

Is that a flavoured one? I'm not sure, I use just plain Smirnoff Vodka......

Karen

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Richard, this is on delphi:

Smirnoff Ice (diageo brands) (www.diageo.com) (02/02/05)

USA: Smirnoff Ice (any variety) is a malted beverage and NOT gluten-free.

CANADA, Smirnoff Ice (all varieties) is made with distilled vodka and is gluten-free

Is that a flavoured one? I'm not sure, I use just plain Smirnoff Vodka......

Karen

Karen-

The Ice ones are different than the flavored vodkas....if you go to their website you will see that the Ice ones are ones that look like beer bottles.

Thanks for checking up though =)

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And the Verdict is?????? Are those bottle that look like a bottle of beer but tast so darn good, Gluten-Free?

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My understanding is that in the US the Shmirnoff (in beer bottle) Ice are not gluten-free, they are a malt beverage. However, in Canada they are made with vodka and are gluten-free.

I drink flavored Bacardi rum. I contacted the company nine months ago (I cannot find the response) and the rum and flavored rums are gluten-free.

Hez

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My understanding is that in the US the Shmirnoff (in beer bottle) Ice are not gluten-free, they are a malt beverage. However, in Canada they are made with vodka and are gluten-free.

I drink flavored Bacardi rum. I contacted the company nine months ago (I cannot find the response) and the rum and flavored rums are gluten-free.

Hez

Hez is right, the Ice in the US has malt, the one in Canada doesnt- go figure.

Im soo excited that the flavored ones are gluten-free, the rasberry flavor with sprite is great! :)

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