Bavarka
Taste 10
Aftertaste 9
Bottle Design 10
Price 0

Is spending fifty euros for a bottle of vodka in any way justifiable in terms of product quality?

I guess there is always something to celebrate. I had seen this bottle in a rare foods store in downtown Munich before, and it had immediately..

Summary 7.3 peachy

Bavarka

Bavarka vodka is Bavarian vodka. Isn’t that weird?

Bavarka vodka is excellent, but it is also too expensive

I guess there is always something to celebrate. I had seen this bottle in a rare foods store in downtown Munich before, and it had immediately intrigued me. The bottle was so pretty. It had such a pretty name. It was so expensive. It just had to be awesome!

And because there was something to celebrate, I decided to fork out the money and buy this. Also, I was thinking: I am not making any income from this blog (yet), but it will (surely) make me a very rich man some day!

So buying this bottle was basically a business investment. Or so I consoled myself.

Let’s talk about the price here: 49€ for 700ml, that’s too much and earns you exactly a 0/10 rating in that aspect. The bottle was epic though: 10/10. The vodka itself was about as smooth as it could be (10/10), and the aftertaste was nice and sweet (9/10).

I thought Bavarka was a bit like Kauffman – a super-quality vodka in a super-cool bottle at a super-steep price. You can find similar quality for a fraction of the price. But then you would have to make do with a less epic bottle.

Overall rating: 7.25

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