not so bad
This is a review of Rushkinoff vodka from Spain. I sampled it in Spain in 2013. It’s clear, 40% alcohol, and it tasted okayish.
Hey, it’s a familiar face! After that weird Rushkinoff Cannabis experience from last time I decided to give the brand another try. After all, I was on an island in Spain, the Mediterranean Sea was all around me, and I was feeling generous.
drunk people slideshow
Again I went online and looked for more info on Rushkinoff vodka, and this time I found a YouTube channel. They had one video:
It was a slideshow of people with their Rushkinoff vodka bottles:
Some of them appeared to have been drinking:
Sometimes the plastic bottle that I tried made an appearance:
Generally seemed to be about the glass bottle, though:
I liked that this form of marketing seemed to be pretty authentic and on-brand.
better than the other one
Maybe it was just because I was still under the impression of that awful Rushkinoff Cannabis vodka experience the night before, but I liked this one a lot better. Rushkinoff vodka almost seemed smooth and gentle to me. It went down like an average vodka. It was a bit hot, yes, but not too bad.
It lacked some aroma in the aftertaste, though.
The bottle was made from plastic, which seemed a bit weird at first, but the longer I looked at it the more I liked its rusty charm. The pricing of 11€ for 700ml was awesome.
get Rushkinoff vodka for the bottle
I can’t really say I recommend this, but if you’re going to insist on having Rushkinoff vodka, then chill it and use it for mixed drinks. Don’t drink it neat.
Oh, and the bottle turned out to be an awesome container. Just clean it and use it as a water bottle for every day use!