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Cariel Batch Blend Vodka

(70cl, 40.7%)

Cariel Batch Blend Vodka
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Cariel Bottling Note

This is made by blending what and barley spirit before dilution with purest spring water. Cariel vodka is a premium Swedish vodka with gentle sweetness and great balance.

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Cariel Batch Blend Vodka Reviews

Ms Janine Kemp

Absolutely stunning vodka. We bought this in the Summer and it lasted a very short time! Loved drinking it with cloudy apple juice and a dash of lime, over ice. Simply delicious.

3rd July 2014

What is the mystery ingredient?

Lovely sweet vanilla, possibly a little over flavoured for drinking straight but allows the vanilla to shibe through in cocktails.
Personally I drink it as a Vamango, 1 part Cariel 4 parts Mango juice over cruched ice.

17th February 2012

miss k mitchell

This vodka is definately one of the finest. Neat on the rocks was pure heaven. i highly reccomend it

28th May 2011

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