The "Five Wives Vodka" produced in Ogden is meant to poke fun at Utah's polygamous past, but in Idaho they aren't laughing. The Idaho State Liquor Division recently banned the spirit from being sold in the Gem State.
According to a news release issued by Ogden's Own Distillery, Idaho liquor officials called the concept "offensive to a prominent segment of our population and it will not be carried."
Five Wives Vodka is named after one of the first pioneer wagon trains that came through Utah and spent time in Ogden. The caravan included 66 men and five women. However, the label does push the limits as the five women in the drawing are cradling cats near their genital area.