Dark Eyes Vodka
amazingly cheep amazingly smooth.Add winemaker's notes
amazingly cheep amazingly smooth.
In the lower price range (bottom shelf) vodka's, Dark Eyes ranks , for me good. I've been experimenting, tasting, comparing and contrasting high price range vodka's like Grey Goose, Stoly, and Finlandia, everything in the upper middle price range like Tito's, lower middle price range, like Fris and bottom shelf stuff, like Gordons. First of all, they're all different. Grey Goose is good. At 35 to 40 USD a fifth.....out of my price range, and why pay the high cost for something like Absolute, when for me, Fris is better, for half the price. If I have an extra ten bucks that's buring a whole in my pocket, I'll spring for the Tito's or , the organic vodka (I can't recall the name). I never seem to have an extra ten bucks though, so the lower middle class, and bottom shelf gets my attention. At about 11 USD's it's definitely Fris. Less than 11 dollars and what is my usual circumstance (lack of funds), I recommend Burrell Vodka (for the price, under 10 bucks) very good and a slight down grade, still, very good for under 9 bucks, Dark Eyes has it. I don't Popov, Smirnoff, Gordons, or Kassers. I do recommend trying some of the imported vodkas from Poland, Norway, Sweden and Holland on the middle shelf for some good, clean, smooth tasting vodkas that don't cost an arm and a leg. Happy tasting, davey glad neversad