Would You Drink Vodka made with grain and water from the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone?

Yes you read that right.  The "Chernobyl Spirit Company," has created a bottle of Vodka that was made using grain and water from the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.  For those of you unfamiliar, The Chernobyl disaster was a nuclear accident that occurred in April 1986 at a nuclear reactor that has left the area highly radiated every since. 

According to the Professor in charge, University of Portsmouth's Jim Smith, "This is no more radioactive than any other vodka.  Any chemist will tell you, when you distil something, impurities stay in the waste product."

"So we took rye that was slightly contaminated and water from the Chernobyl aquifer and we distilled it."  Prof Smith said.

Tests at Southampton University showed no radiation they could detect in the vodka.

Also I love the name, ATOMIK!  Briliant!  So, would you take a shot of this vodka (or make it into a martini?)  The adventurous part of me says yes while the common sense side says no way!