Is a drink made out of arctic water from Greenland as icy as it sounds?
Is a drink made out of arctic water from Greenland as icy as it sounds?
Is this top shelf vodka worth almost forty euros, or is it just a pretty vase?
Is this colorful sable going to catch the goose?
Is it mean to say that this vodka is being weighed down by its price and bottle design?
Is this vodka any different from the regular Beluga, and whatever happened to perfectionism?
Has this brand gone bust, and does that mean its original recipe wasn’t good enough?
Is this just the same awesome vodka, only in a better bottle?
Will this bar vodka be more interesting than the bottle suggests?
Do vintage copper stills make a difference when it comes to luxury vodka?
Why isn’t this Polish top-shelf vodka brand more successful on foreign markets?
Who was Otto Winkelhausen, and what would he think of this vodka?
Why doesn’t this vodka taste any colder, and what’s up with the cap?
How is this vodka so hot at first but so sweet in its aftertaste?
When did this vodka get a complete rebranding makeover, and is it still dangerous to drink?
What’s the special aftertaste in this vodka, is it really the plums?
Is this vodka different from other brands because it is blended?
Is this one good enough to be the best-selling vodka in Russia from 2014 to 2017?
Is this brand still around, or did it turn out to be a bit overpriced?
Is this vodka really aimed at people who are nostalgic for the Soviet Union?
Can this herbal vodka be considered a vodka at all, and should anyone drink it neat?
Does the glacial water in this vodka make a difference, and is it worth the money?
Will this honey pepper infused vodka be as good as Nemiroff Honey Pepper?
What does oak wood taste like, and if we put it in a bottle of vodka, will it be any good?
This brand claims to use the oldest vodka recipe in existence, but is it good?
Is it justified to expect a certain smoothness in vodka, or can it be a bit rough and still good?
Will the second contender coming in a plastic bottle be any better than the first one?
This vodka has been infused with cannabis, but does that really mean it tastes like weed?
Should this orange-flavored vodka be consumed neat, or is it meant for mixed drinks?
Are grapes the future of vodka making, and how much money has P. Diddy been making with this?
How did this brand get its name, and was it really trying to make itself sound Slavic?
Is this brand name really that hilarious, or was I just a bit drunk?
If there is there a way to make 100 proof vodka taste good, can Belvedere find it?
Is there anything reasonable I can say about this vodka after a long drunken night?
Why did they think it was a good idea infuse vodka with horseradish?
Does the fact that it was made from grapes change anything at all about this vodka?
What do mothers have to do with getting drunk, and is it all just part of a clever branding campaign?
Does the accentuation with honey and oatmeal extract make this an infused vodka or not?
Is this the most expensive vodka I’ve ever tried, and is the price in any way justifiable?
Is this finally the one that is really and unmistakably from Belarus, and why is it so damn good?
Is this one better than Nemiroff Original, and has it really been replaced by De Luxe?
Is this the prettiest bottle design ever, and what does viburnum really taste like?
Is this 100 proof vodka the worst ever, and why didn’t it even work as an antiseptic?
What is it about this infusion that makes an otherwise good vodka taste excellent?
Is this the most hipster vodka brand ever, and why are they trying to sell you a bicycle?
Is this the Holy Grail of bison grass infused vodkas, and has its taste really changed?
Why did they rebrand this vodka, and is it still as much fun as it used to be?
If this vodka lives up to its name, then why does it feel like it has been abandoned?
What’s the connection between Moscow Distillery Cristall and Belarus, and what happened to this brand?
Is this the only carbonated vodka ever, and is it worth the money?
If this organic, greenish vodka tastes so good, then where did it go?
If the barley is also from Koskenkorva, will the vodka be comparably good?
What makes this such a perfect club vodka, and has anyone tried their energy drinks?
What will a real pro say about this vodka, and is the word “noble” in any way justified?
What’s with the Russian names on foreign vodka bottles, and can the vanilla flavor save this one?
Does putting a wheat ear into a bottle make it an infusion, and is this even a real Polish brand?
Can anything that bears the same name as the singer of one of the world’s worst bands be any good?
This one was recommended by my doctor, but is it more than just a pretty bottle?
Will this eco-friendly vodka stand a chance against 360, and if it doesn’t, is it still worth a try?
What’s wrong with a cork cap on a vodka bottle and what’s with all the women?
What is it that makes this vodka work so perfectly in mixed drinks?
Why do people in Finland refer to this awesome vodka as a brandy?
Is there anything you can mix this with in order to make it appealing to the tastebuds?
Tried something new the other day: Starka – Polish vodka that has apparently aged 10 years in an oak barrel. Kind of looked like…
Why does this bottle look almost exactly the same as Czar’s Gold vodka?
Why are Polish vodka brands generally so good, and why had I never heard of this one before?
Is there a reason to try this vodka, and is it even really from Russia?
Is this the vodka brand with the best or the worst commercial ever, and what’s with the rebrand?
Is this stuff worth the money or is it just a status symbol, and what’s with the passive aggression?
Why did they have to call this vodka “deluxe” when it’s really just decent?
Is this stuff any good, and does using American wheat make a vodka less Swedish?
If this is one of the biggest vodka brands in Russia, then why not everywhere else as well?
What do cedar nuts really taste like and why did I fail to notice them in this vodka?
If this is so good, then why does it seem like the brand might have been discontinued?
Is it bad that this vodka tastes so smooth, and why does it feel like the brand has been abandoned?
Has anybody tried all the different infusions from this brand, and are some of them even worth trying?
Does vodka made from bread taste different, and why did my teacher say this vodka was “light”?
Did I really drink this because of product placement in a Lady Gaga video?
Who in the world would have expected this relatively unknown brand to be so awesome?
Does a vodka brand have to be old and established in order to be truly great?
Why is a Polish vodka that Polish people don’t drink so popular in Germany, and what’s with the straw in the bottle?
Is it true that this is the worst vodka, and if it’s indeed true, then why is it still around?
Is this lower-shelf classic good for anything, and where does it have its name from?
Is this just some liquor in a pretty bottle or is it really one of the best vodka brands around?
Is this just another washed up legend, or can it still live up to old expectations?
If it uses silver filtration, then why call it Platinum, and is it worth the money?
Is the hefty price tag of this vodka brand really justified, or is it just part of their marketing?
What do whales have to do with alcoholic beverages, and why is this stuff so awesome?
Is this what happens when you try to come up with something even better than the original?
Does filtering with milk make any difference, and what is so awesome about this brand name?
Is this truly deluxe or is it just another regular vodka with a big name on the label?
Where is the ginseng aroma in this all-black bottle with tiger scratch marks?
Should this stuff be cooled, or is it good enough for consumption at room temperature?
is there a soft drink that can become this vodka’s best friend? Also: has it died?
What’s so traditional about this vodka, the silver filtration?
Is it cool to drink an assault rifle, and who has this vodka brand been made for?
What does a birch tree really taste like, and why do people put it in their drinks?