Kruglosutochnui Chris of http://mcfrank.blogspot.com
|Reviews to date: 3||Average score: 3.33|
This was the standard Soviet vodka. Cheap, available, and intoxicating. Analyzing it as if it were a fine wine misses the point. When inebriation was necessary in the Soviet Union, chances are this is what did it.
The provincial Saratov brand, expertly concocted at the highly accessible plant on Chernishevskogo Street. Strong flavor, limited burn.
Vile, vile stuff. Taste provokes a cringe, sits like acid in the stomach, causes skilsaw hangovers. Zhalko the scale only goes as low as 1.