Are all vodka brands that come in this kind of bottle good, or are there exceptions?
Who is Otto Winkelhausen and what could he have done to make this a better vodka?
Is this vodka really polar, and what the hell is wrong with that cap?
Can this herbal vodka still be considered a vodka at all, and should you drink it straight?
What does oak wood taste like, and if we put it in a bottle of vodka, will it be any good?
Should this orange + lime flavored vodka be consumed neat, or is it meant for mixed drinks?
If there is there a way to make 100 proof vodka taste good, can Belvedere find it?
Is this the Holy Grail of bison grass infused vodkas, and has its taste really changed?
Does putting a wheat ear into a bottle make it an infusion, and is this even a real Polish brand?
Is there anything you can mix this with in order to make it appealing to the tastebuds?
Tried something new the other day: Starka – Polish vodka that has apparently aged 10 years in an oak barrel. Kind of looked like…
Why are Polish vodka brands generally so good, and why had I never heard of this one before?
Why is a Polish vodka that Polish people don’t drink so popular in Germany, and what’s with the straw in the bottle?
Is this just some liquor in a pretty bottle or is it really one of the best vodka brands around?