Cirrus Vodka Arrives for Review
There's a new Vodka on the block, and we've just gotten our hands on a bottle for review. It's called Cirrus, and it's a triple-distilled Potato Vodka that's not made in Russia or Poland - it's made right down in Virginia. We've had some great experiences with domestically-produced vodkas, so we're itching to try it.
It's already garnered quite a bit of positive attention, including winning a gold medal at the San Francisco Spirits Competition, among other awards. We'll be digging into the bottle as soon as humanly possible, and we're already hearing good things about the stuff from others who have beaten us to the punch on tasting it.
I recently sampled a new kid on the vodka block. Impeccably smooth, with a pleasant lingering creaminess, the triple distilled potato vodka brought images of Kremlins and oversized fur hats to mind.The Liquid Muse
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