Tom of Finland Organic Vodka Gets a Sizzling Hot Photoshoot

The amazing story of Tom of Finland’s life provides us with a shining inspiration and a genuine message of acceptance and love. Tom of Finland, above all else, represents the Gay community through positivity and the joyful celebration of wholesome masculinity. His art transcends art because it speaks to universal emotions and  showcases a whimsical, unbridled spirit that exists in all of us.

Tom’s men are happy men: His art radiates joy. True to his art, the vodka is joyful, iconic and daring. 

We at Tom of Finland Organic Vodka encourage people from all walks of life to be what they are, to be happy on their own terms.

Put a bottle on the table and you’ll make a statement without saying a word.

Award-winning, 100% organic vodka. A percentage of profit from each bottle will be donated to tomoffinlandfoundation.

Models: Ken X Y and Mr. Bradford
Photographer: Gabriel. Follow on Instagram
Brand: TOM OF FINLAND ORGANIC VODKATOM OF FINLAND
COVER ART DIRECTOR: Thyago Bargmann

 

TOM OF FINLAND ORGANIC VODKA

BOLD YET SMOOTH

Tom of Finland Organic Vodka, 40% abv is a super-premium vodka artistically crafted in Finland from the finest organically grown wheat, rye and pure arctic water. Bold yet smooth, Tom of Finland Organic Vodka is full of character, where the spiciness of the rye is balanced by the softness of wheat and arctic water.

 

100% ORGANIC

Tom of Finland Organic Vodka is produced in small batches with love and care by Master Distiller Mika Mönkkönen at Lignell & Piispanen, which is the second oldest family run company in Finland.

This vodka is 100% organic and there is no added sugar – well there is no added anything beyond pure spirits and water. Tom of Finland Organic Vodka is distilled five times and filtered through traditional sheet filters. With vodka this good, it simply makes charcoal filtering unnecessary.

PURE & GOOD

Proceeds from every purchase will go back to the Tom of Finland Foundation, a non-profit foundation established by Tom and his friend Durk Dehner in 1984 to preserve the artist’s catalogue of work and educate the public as to the cultural merits of erotic art, promoting healthier, more tolerant attitudes towards sexuality. 

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