|Reviews to date: 10||Average score: 3.20|
This is the smoothest vokda hands down. It is distilled 9 times, in a process similar to a fine cognac. Absolutly perfect. Comes from a small distillery in France in small batches. My only complaint is that it is very hard to find, unless you are in New York or Cali. Can be found online. If you have a chance to get some, it is well worth the price tag.
I agree with many of the other reviewers. I think this is a great vodka, but there are better out there.
Great Vodka. Very smooth and easily drinkable on the rocks on in a gimlet. Highly recommended. I reserve 5 ratings for only the best, but this is an excellent choice.
I wouldn't really call this a real vodka (at only 50 proof), but it does have great flavor. This vodka (if you can call it that) is great for shooting, and makes for great mixed drinks. The only reason it doesn't get a 5 in my book is because it is only 50 proof and not a true vodka. I would recommend trying it though.
Tito's is exceptional for the price. Smooth and tasteless. Actually my only complaint is that it is mostly tastless. This is a great vodka for a martini, and is well worth the price. Great Texas vodka and highly recommeded.
I agree with Chris Y. This is a good vodka, but not worth the price. I would't say it is bad, but it isn't as smooth as I would like.
Once again this is not a bad vodka, but it is not a great vodka either. Not worth the price and far to harsh. Not recommended
Grey Goose is to harsh. I think it survives on reputation alone, and it doesn't deserve the good reputation it has. The price makes it even less appealing.
I had only heard good things about this vodka so naturally I had to try it. I was sorely disappointed. I can't really describe the awful taste. I have had worse, so I gave pearl a 2, but this was not what I expected after hearing rave reviews. I don't recommend it, but I guess others would. I guess it just wasn't my style.
Terrible. If I could give it a zero, I would. Harsh and tasteless.