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Mamont Vodka

(70cl, 40%)

Mamont Vodka
Today: £36.95
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Mamont Bottling Note

Mamont is a six-times distilled Siberian vodka, filtered through Siberian rock. The bottle is shaped to look like a mammoth's tusk.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Boiled sweets, cereals. A touch of liquorice, perhaps.

Palate Grainy, thick palate. A little tangy apple, wood, star anise.

Finish Creamy, with a resurgence of liquorice.

Reviews for Mamont Vodka
Bitter, has a burn
Not for me, I find this quite bitter and leaving a burn. I drink Grey Goose and would say that is much smoother on the rocks that this. It's overall not bad but I can't do more than two glasses. I will not be buying it again. I would recommend:
Staritsky Levitsky, Tito's, both are sweet and lovely.
Master of Malt Customer
8 months ago
My favourite vodka. Perfect just with ice.
Smooth. Smooth. Smooth. Just a divine vodka, so nice just with ice or chilled and easy to drink on its own.
Ann B , United Kingdom
one year ago
Top notch for the price!
This vodka is just amazing served on the rocks, neat. No complaints, excellent mouth feel and no after burn.
Lindsey , United Kingdom
2 years ago
I'm just exploring spirits but this vodka was very smooth. Used as a palate cleanser. I'm going to get a second bottle
Master of Malt Customer
7 years ago
Worth the price
I'm really impressed with the purity of this Vodka. Smooth and impressive at the same time.
Master of Malt Customer
7 years ago
Very smooth
A nice clean and supremely smooth vodka even when served warm and not from the freezer.
Andrew F , United Kingdom
7 years ago
Extremely clean
When chilled to to the perfect temperature, this is a fantastically smooth, almost sweet vodka.
Master of Malt Customer
9 years ago
A rounded and slightly starchy nose. Soft and full with a botanical/ grainy nip and hints of natural vanilla pod.

The palate has quiet a candied sweetness. Again soft and full, slightly starchy with an almost apple-sweet character developing. The grain is very intense on the middle, which clears the way for a subtle fennel/ aniseed finish. A definite strange one this.
Master of Malt Customer
13 years ago

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