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Reviews to date: 5Average score: 4.80


My personal favorite vodka to date. It is silky smooth, has a good flavor with just the right amount of bite, and an almost sweet aftertaste to it. Excellent presentation as well.

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I bought Vox on the suggestion of a friend, and I had a little time on my hands, so I made a martini with it. Upon the first sip, I actually said "WOW!" There is no burn to it, but it still has good vodka taste. I have gone through phases with all of the premium vodkas, Chopin, Grey Goose, Jewel of Russia, Belvedere, and others. This one is far and above the best!

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Grey Goose

Compared to other premium vodkas, I didn't like it at first. But I gave it a chance, and now it's in my top 3. I'd still take Vox over it any day, and perhaps Chopin as well. But a good vodka, especially for a Martini.

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This vodka held my #1 spot for a while. It is very smooth and flavorful, possessing an almost sweet aftertaste. However, it does have a high degree of burn. It was recently dethroned by Vox, which has the same strong flavor, but no burn. Chopin is still among my favorites, however.

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If you're getting a midrange vodka, get Skyy. It is definitely not a premium (although it's better than some $30 bottles), but it's the best in its pricerange.

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