This vodka is triple distilled from organic wheat and blended with spring water from the Dolomites, and the results are… not entirely distinguishable from any number of well-crafted but largely anonymous vodkas.
The nose is heavily medicinal, with some woody notes giving it some backbone. The body is indistinct and largely neutral, lightly creamy with some brown sugar and caramel notes and touched with a bit of licorice and leather. The finish is dense with those somewhat tannic notes, but not in an unpleasant way, as a touch of sweetness mellows things out in the end.
B / $18 / global-vodka.com
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