Vivat
Taste 7
Aftertaste 6
Bottle Design 4
Price 10

What does the name Vivat have to do with the vodka, and will it be as good as Ozon?

This one is called Vivat, and it’s also from Kyrgyzstan. In fact, the next few vodka brands are ALL going to be from the Kyrg. I really should have updated the blog earlier, but..

Summary 6.8 peachy

Vivat

This is Vivat vodka, and it’s also from Kyrgyzstan. In fact, the next few vodka brands are ALL going to be from the Kyrg. I really should have updated the blog earlier, but it doesn’t matter: I have a bunch of pictures of vodka bottles here, along with some notes I took while drinking them.

For this one, I went back to the same shop that hald sold me Ozon and told the guy that I needed more. More!

Only this time, I wanted to try a different brand.

Vivat vodka will get you, eh… drunk

The guy didn’t have any recommendations this time. So I just grabbed some Vivat because I liked the name. It means something like „yay!“ in Latin, and to me, this meant that it was probably just more happy or more healthy than other vodka brands.

I opened it at night with a few new friends at the place I was staying. There were cups, and there was a tray to place the cups on. I filled them up, got some peperoni, then we started drinking.

First things first. This one cost about the same price as Ozon (180 som for a 500ml bottle: 4€/700ml – a definite 10/10). The bottle design, well, what can I say, I didn’t find it terribly attractive (4/10). The stuff itself was alright though. It was not as smooth as Ozon (7/10) and not quite as nice in the aftertaste (6/10), but it wasn’t bad after all.

I got drunk. A little bit. Until someone came up with some Kyrgyz chewing tobacco. I placed it under my lip and felt it burn. Then I got very happy. Then my arms got very heavy. Then I discretely went to the restroom and bent over the sink.

Vivat!

This is a 6.75

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