This episode we open our eyes to the distilled spirit, vodka. Why is it 40% alcohol, what are its origins and ask the question, which vodka do you buy? From Christiana and Tito’s Handmade Vodka all the way down to a $5 bottom shelf vodka run through a Brita filter.
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Deep Eddy Lemon Vodka, a flavorful citrus vodka that you can use for things that call for citrus vodka. It does have a little less sweet/sour than one would think from the color and all. Deep Eddy rarely disappoints so having a taste of their latest lemon variety was a privilege. Try making some cocktails that call for citrus vodka, maybe a cosmo?
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Husky Vodka is worth your effort to find and try as it won't disappoint. Is it going to make you jump up and throw your table while screaming, "my life has now been changed forever!", I doubt it. But, for those die-hard vodka drinkers, life and taste is subjective; you may just have a life altering experience.
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I believe Sobieski Espresso is going to pair well with a cocktail that can use some coffee influence. The vodka brings more of an espresso roast flavor that you can imagine when walking into a coffee house (a bit darker in bean action than light). Combined with milk, eggnog or something that's non-coffee but could use coffee accents.
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While we received this as a review, looking around the web for pricing, it looks like you'll be able to find Naughty Nog falling somewhere between $12 and $16 which is a great deal for a very niche product. At any other time during the year, I believe the excitement will be much more muted but Ivanabitch has timed it right, for those in the holiday mood or working their way into overdrive, you're going to find Naught Nog hard to put down.