Review: Virus Vodka
If nothing else, give Virus Vodka the award for packaging of the year. An Erlenmeyer flask? Genius, even if its footprint does take up more than its fair share of shelf space.
Virus is bottled in North Charleston, South Carolina, but aside from a goofy story about ancient vampire/zombie/werewolf viruses, there’s not really any information available on how it’s made. Six-times distilled, they say, from what? Who knows. (Presumably that means grain neutral spirits are the beginnings of the spirit, but that’s just an assumption.)
The vodka has a simple, basic structure. The nose: Sweet, with marshmallow and vanilla notes and a touch of ethyl alcohol underpinning. The body is equally sweet, just this side of “sugary,” with notes of over-ripe banana, coconut, and vanilla ice cream. The finish is, as expected, on the sweet side, but it fades quickly and relatively cleanly.
Ultimately, it’s fine as a mixer. Not a contender for straight sipping. And doesn’t taste like zombies.
B / $20 / virusvodka.com [BUY IT NOW FROM DRIZLY]
Why that symbol.
What are the recommended mixers for this Vodka?
This taste like rubbing alcohol on a penis
And you would know that how..?
On the bottle, it states that it is made from corn.