Pleasantly aromatic, with punchy orange blossom and lime candy notes. An initially neutral flavor gives way to a touch of sweetness. It finishes smooth, with a lingering hint of orange.
Initial nosings pick up delightfully fruity, delicate and semisweet aromas of orange rind and pulp. Palate entry taste is fine and astringent; at midpalate, the pulpy taste carries on gracefully. Ends in a strong, zesty manner as the orange peel oils take charge. What’s so winning about this clean, refreshing vodka is its sense of minimalism.
The early aroma is reined in, showing just a whisper of lemon peel zestiness; exposure to air stimulates more of the lime juice component as the lemon retreats. Palate entry features the lime essence as the flavor goes citrusy, acidic, razor-sharp and refreshing; at midpalate, the off-dry flavor remains focused on the lime juice/pulp. Concludes long and astringent…
New to the market, this perfectly clear vodka smells and tastes like black tea with lemon and honey. Use this demure spirit to spike lemon gimlets, punches and Arnold Palmer variations, and tea time will never be the same.
High, sugary, slightly floral scent reminiscent of gumdrops or lemon-lime soda. Although this vodka starts with a neutral flavor and faint lemon-lime finish on the tongue, it’s quickly overwhelmed by wallop of alcohol bite and a touch of bitterness.
A one-note vodka nose featuring a bittersweet to semisweet grainy aroma. The palate entry is intensely kernel-like and beany and, therefore, bittersweet; at midpalate the flavor profile stays the bean/kernel course but adds a trace of tar or creosote. Finishes hot and raw.