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Iceberg is a wonderful vodka made in Newfoundland in Canada and named for the fact it is made with water from 12,000 year old icebergs. This is delicate vodka that works miracles in vodka martinis…
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I can't believe the Brits are paying almost $47 (Equivalent in Canadian$)But it is better than most of the similarly priced vodkas... I know it is a decent vodka if I can drink it straight without having to shoot it or mix it with something... it doesn't have that burning rubbing alcohol like taste many end up with
24th November 2014
This has gone on too long I am switching back to Smirnoff..I have cut my hand again..my husband had to take a knife to unleash the alum cap..it not only wouldn't come off ..but kept spinning around ..obviously not sealed right..what is happening..maybe change to a plastic cap..that way people won't cut themselves..I had previously complained and was told this never happens..hello..I'm I the only one that is centered out upon purchase..I don't think so..you have a good product but I can't risk the chance of cutting myself every time I open one of your bottles..I was told by your company to take back the defected bottle and they will refund me..but when you have company and try to open a new bottle to give them a drink ..I'm not about to whip out to the LCBO for a refund..FIX it..instead of inconveniencing your customers..Sorry ..
18th September 2014
Just been to newfoundland and tried this, great taste,smooth to the palate ,definitely worth the money
21st September 2013