Is this hipster bunny really just vodka, though?
How can this vodka be so hot and so sweet at the same time?
Can this vodka live up to its bottle design, and what’s with the fig aroma?
How does this vodka fail on so many levels?
Should this brand get a new name and a new designer?
Do people drink this vodka at four twenty?
Can this vodka live up to its name, and what’s with the cookie taste?
Where is this vodka really from, and why does it need so much work?
How can fire turn to chocolate turn to metal, and is that something we want in a vodka?
Does anyone know the actual name of this vodka, or am I just dumb?
How cheap can a vodka be, and what can we expect from it?
What’s with the dryness in this vodka?
Is it a good sign when my notes are undecipherable?
Is this vodka trying too hard to appear upscale?
What’s up with the subtle chocolaty aftertaste in this vodka?
Why is this vodka so much better than its sister label?
Why is this vodka allowed to taste like metal, and not in a good way?
Why did these people make a good vodka and then ruin it by stealing the design from another brand?
How much would a vodka of this quality cost in Europe or America?
Is this one more legitimate than the Russian vodka of the same name?
Why is there so much sweetness in this fire?
Why would you put mediocre stuff in a nice bottle?
Why does a vodka with this kind of name come in a bottle like this?
How do manufacturers choose which animal they name their vodka after?
Is a vodka still acceptable if the aftertaste is bad?
Will this become a leader on the Kazakh vodka market?
Who are the “hard men” who are supposed to drink this vodka, and are they idiots?
Why is there no hint of this pepper vodka online, and did it have to be so spicy?
Why is this vodka called Shanghai White if it’s really from Chengdu, and is it still around?
What is it with vodka made in Mongolia, and why is it always so expensive?
Is this vodka really from Israel, and is it better because it’s kosher?
If the vodka itself is good, then why don’t you put it in a better-looking bottle?
Will this vodka live up to the hype around Mongolian vodka, and is the brand still in business?
Is it the taste or the aftertaste that’s more important when we are talking about vodka?
Is this one of those knockoff vodka brands that Ayu has since discontinued?
Just what can we expect from a top-shelf vodka that costs this little?
Will the Kyrgyz alphabet save an otherwise mediocre vodka from oblivion?
Does the theme of this vodka revolve around horses or around dances?
If the taste is good but the aftertaste is bad, then what does that say about a vodka?
Why would anyone advertise anything using the words “harmful impurities”?
Is this just another knockoff brand produced by Ayu that had to bite the dust?
Does oxygen-enriched vodka taste any different, and is this brand still around at all?
How Kazakh is this supreme vodka really, and why does its aftertaste rock so hard?