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Some classmates and I are planning to buy a nice bottle of vodka for our professor who we found out likes vodka, something classic no flavors. If you have any good suggestions for a solid vodka around ~$100 I would very much appreciate the recommendation.
I've tried mixing with a multitude of sodas and juices, and even the shittiest vodka is easier to drink neat than mixed in my experience. Juices are usually tolerable, but most sodas end up tasting worse than cough syrup and I have to dump them out, but I don't think I've ever seen anyone else express this same disgust. Is this an uncommon opinion?
Luksusowa in my town is a lot cheaper than any other well known brand. It costs the same as generic bottom shelf stuff so it's a no brainer purchase whenever I'm looking for a buzz. While I love it ice cold next to cold cuts and pickles, I can't get it to mix well. The flavour completely cuts through orange juice or collins mix and not in a good way. So, any cocktail recommendations for this particular vodka?
I recently had a friend over and we decided to taste test three different vodkas. We had New Amsterdam, Tito's, and Russian Standard. I noticed that the New Amsterdam and Tito's were practically identical but the Russian Standard was noticeably different. I would describe it as having less rough than the other two, it had a silkier mouthfeel , and didn't taste as sweet as the other two. I'm wondering why and how this is? It's my understanding that vodka is meant to be a neutral alcohol, so why was the Russian Standard noticeably different from the others?