PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s five o’clock somewhere and if you like vodka, there’s a new artisanal drink you may want to try. Vodka drinkers will soon be able to taste a piece of history, with a drink whose ingredients come from near Chernobyl.

A team of scientists in Britain and Ukraine used grains and water from the abandoned zone around the Chernobyl nuclear explosion to make “Atomik” vodka.

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The 1986 tragic accident at the Chernobyl nuclear plant in Ukraine caused the largest release in history of radiation and radioactive material.

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The scientists admit the grain starts out radioactive but say the distillation process makes it safe to drink.

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They are hoping to release the vodka to the public in limited supply.