Cutler's Vodka is made in California from a base of locally sourced corn, which they stress (in proud Californian fashion) is GMO-free. This is a distinctly American form of vodka opposed to the European wheat or rye vodkas, and suggests to us a highly mixable vodka with a light sweetness and corn flavor. They give their vodka a filtration through charred coconut husks, a departure from the classic French and Russian vodkas that are filtered through charcoal.
They suggest serving in a chilled martini.
Cutler's Distillery was founded and named for Ian Cutler, who graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara (which we know personally to be one of the most stunningly beautiful college campuses in the world filled with stunningly beautiful people) and built his distillery in Santa Barbara in the "funk zone." Cutler used his degree in chemistry and his research work at different distilleries across the US and the UK to create his own brand of spirits, which harkens back to his family's brand from the Prohibition era.