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Vodka - Reddit by /u/dj4slugs - 2d ago

BBC News - Vodka firm loses valuable iceberg water in apparent heist http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-47232355

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Vodka - Reddit by /u/ravitoken - 2d ago

Hi all,

I’m currently in Russia and am wondering if there is anything in particular I should keep my eyes out for. Thanks!

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Vodka - Reddit by /u/donny_1234678 - 2d ago

For mixing cocktails or in general in the vodka world is plain Smirnoff considered bad? I just want a middle of the road vodka for mixing, if it is then I may switch to a ketel one

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Vodka - Reddit by /u/iggy-the-fool - 4d ago

I see it in a good price in super markets around here, and it gets me suspiciou every time I see a renomed product in a low price in Brazil.

should I buy it or is it gonna be some shitty rip-off?

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Hay Im in search of alkaline (7<) vodkas that are either corn or potato based in the best case, not wheat based.

A good example is Titos which is generally about 8 PH.

Do you have some recommendations for corn or potato based vodkas? Do you know where they are roughly on the PH spectrum?

Thanks

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So, I'm not searching for a good, complex vodka, just the one perfect for mixing, with no taste, that isn't hangover inducing rotgut. I guess it should be wheat based, to my knowledge those are the only ones that completely disappear in cocktails. Right now, I'm thinking Nemiroff, it's cheap here and it seems to fit the description. I'd like to hear some suggestions before I go testing.

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That description is oversimplified but I think it’s pretty basic comparing to other liquors.
Is “premium” vodka just bullshit marketing?

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Vodka - Reddit by /u/saim19391 - 1w ago
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Vodka - Reddit by /u/djasper_probincrux - 1w ago
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