August 7, 2007

267 Infusions Arrive for Review

We've said multiple times that infusions are the next step in the evolution of booze. Don't get us wrong - we like regular flavored liquors, but the idea of having the actual fruit that's affecting the flavor of our drinks gives us that warm, comforted feeling.

We've seen 267 Infusions in the liquor store multiple times, and we've often been just this side of intrigued enough to pick it up. The question of when we'd actually try it has just been answered, however, as a box containing four of their eight flavors (that's 50% of the line for you math wizzes) has just arrived on our doorstep. Expect a full review of the bottles we received (pineapple and mango rum, as well as lemon and cranberry vodka) ASAP.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at August 7, 2007 8:22 PM
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Has anyone ever herd of Stiletto Vodka, because I had an opportunity to taste this vodka, and let me tell you it is by far the best tasting vodka that I have ever tasted. It comes from Russia, need I say anymore. The Russians know how to make vodka! French What?

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Posted by: Tommie Michael at September 28, 2007 8:02 PM

Hello fellow vodka drinkers. I have tasted the 267 cranberry vodka and not to sound mean, but it's dull. The flavor of the cranberry doesn't jump out at you and the vodka seems on the cheap side. I myslef being a master of vodka have created the next line of organic infused vodkas. No flavoring, no preservatives, and it's actual shelf life is only 1 year because of the natural ingreidents. Now I need a vodka company to pick me up and get me on the liquor stor shelves and restaurants across the world. Can liquor snob help me get my vodka brand bottled, packaged, and in front of a spirit company to pick me up or even sponsor me. Anyone please help, I have a great line and I want the world to try it, I have not a clue of the next step to making this vodka a hot commodity in the liquor stroes and community.

Posted by: Greg St.Clair- Millionaire Mixologist at September 6, 2007 11:52 PM

Don;t get me wrong, good products, but dont forget these are low fruit liquors; and they are bottled in China.

Posted by: Vodka Snob at August 8, 2007 10:27 AM
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