Vesica Potato Vodka Arrives for Review
Last week, the folks at the Liquor Snob offices were pleasantly surprised by the arrival of one of our favorite things in the world - a cardboard box gurgling with the promise of liquor for us to review. Upon opening the bottle, we found three bottles of Vesica, a luxury potato vodka - one of each of the sizes the spirit comes in: 750ML, 1L, and 1.5L. It was a happy day indeed.
Our interns were impressed by the interesting bottling (the 750ML is in a half-moon shape, different than anything we've seen before, and the 1.5 looks like two of those bottles welded together), but we are under strict orders not to open the bottles until our fearless Editor in Chief returns from his trip to Mexico, so you can look forward to that next week.
We couldn't find a specific Vesica website, so we'll send you over to Adamba.com, the website of its distributor so you can check out their other products.
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at May 11, 2010 1:50 PM
You are right the 1.5 really does look like two welded together! Have you seen a 360 Vodka bottle? That has to be my favourite design by far - I am currently using one as a vase as funny as that sounds. Sleek, classic and reusable ;)
As for taste - I haven't heard of Vesica. I was an Absolute Vodka lover before I tried 360 Vodka's Double Chocolate.. What girl doesn't love chocolate?