February 10, 2009

Double Cross Vodka Arrives for Review

double_cross_vodka_bottle.pngBack in September we told you a little about Double Cross vodka, a luxury libation distilled seven times (our lucky number) and filtered with diamond dust. Today, we have in our sweaty little hands a bottle of the high end hooch, and we're itching to review it. You can expect us to do our review of this Slovakian spirit as soon as we can, but we'll leave you with the review from Tastings.com:

Clear. Almost dead neutral nose with faint shades of wet cement, dried citrus peels and cocoa-dusted nuts. A soft, satiny entry leads to a dryish medium body with mineral, medicinal tincture, and citrus oil accents and a clean frosted fruit and nut pastry fade.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at February 10, 2009 6:54 PM
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"Wet cement"? Is that normal?

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