Tarpan
Taste 4
Aftertaste 4
Bottle Design 5
Price 8

Will this eco-friendly vodka stand a chance against 360, and if it doesn’t, is it still worth a try?

Have you noticed how most things that are eco-green are actually really green (as in the color: green)? It’s as if there was an unwritten law that everything that wants to be eco-friendly has to..

Summary 5.3 goodish

Tarpan

Tarpan vodka. Just like 360 before, this stuff is apparently also eco-friendly, but it doesn’t taste that good.

Tarpan vodka proves that it is not enough to just be green, you have to be awesome as well!

I found this one online. It was sitting there on this website, looking at me, saying „I am eco-friendly“, so I couldn’t help but adopt it and take it home.

Have you noticed how most things that are eco-green are actually really green (as in the color: green)? It’s as if there was an unwritten law that everything that wants to be eco-friendly has to be painted in a shade of green, preferably one that looks like a tree or a leaf of grass or something. Why is that though? Will people soon start buying green cars? I can’t recall seeing many green vehicles on the roads, but maybe that is about to change, as hybrid-manufacturers paint their products green to show that they belong to the good side…

Sorry about the rant. Let’s get back to this green vodka of ours here. It is apparently from Poland. What does it taste like, you wonder?

Well it tasted pretty harsh (4/10), and there was many a frown when me and a few friends fought our way down the bottle. There didn’t seem to be anything refined or aromatic about the aftertaste either (4/10). The bottle looked okay (it was green at least: 5/10). The price was good though (14€/700ml: 8/10).

I don’t know what to tell you about this one. I can’t really recommend it.

Overall rating: 5.25

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