Review: Pinnacle Vodka
Pinnacle’s Cinnabon-flavored vodka didn’t exactly wow us, but the company does considerably better with its unflavored expression.
Distilled five times from French wheat, this is a vodka produced in a modern style, with a lightly herbal nose that hints at toasted marshmallows and white sugar. The palate is moderately sweet but not overblown, approachable with a smattering of those candied notes but finishing with gentle notes of mixed herbs and some orange peel. Nothing all that noteworthy, really, but at least it’s got something beyond simple sweetness. Sure, don’t get me wrong — this isn’t a “serious” vodka that anyone is going to sip on straight, but as the basis for a punch or some fruity concoction, it ought to work just fine.
Available for as little as $7 if you shop around.
B / $10 / pinnaclevodka.com
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