|Reviews to date: 1||Average score: 4.00|
As an experienced Single Malt drinker and collector I frequently drink other spirits like Grappa, Cognac and some Vodkas. I tasted Cîroc at room temperature in a glencairn nosing and tasting glass. Comparing this to the 23 other vodkas in my collection this one tastes unique, a very strong citrus peel (zest) flavor in a very smooth vodka is the basis. I the back are hints of grass, Grappa and cardamone. Comparing this to other vodka I would mark this 4/5, comparing it to grappa's and young cognacs I'd probably go for 3+/5. Although I get the perfume reverence people make, I disagree. But it's defiantly not a classic vodka in the sense that it's not neutral.