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A stunning vodka named for the Snow Queen of Kazakhstan. Her father was organic wheat and her mother was pure water from the mountains. This vodka is distilled five times, and offers a smooth, supple palate.
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About the same quality as Belvedere - in that it is slightly smoother than the average vodka - only it's distilled from wheat and made in Kazakhstan, as opposed to Belvedere's Polish rye. Overall I can recommend it, but it is overpriced and I suggest going for Chopin vodka instead.
6th October 2015
A very clean tasting vodka, to be drunk unmixed.
3rd February 2015
Read a review of the top 10 vodkas in the world. Was suprised to see this one as Borat never talked about it while we played chess. Bought a dram and a bottle. All I can say is the Khazaks got it right, smooth as silk. The descendants of Chinngis Khan have been making this for over a thousand years...check it out
13th September 2014
The only thing that got grey goose, and belvedere more notice than this is the money they spent on promotion....Far superior to both...
13th January 2014
Excelet. perfect taste. Smooth and clear. Very alive with tikling at the back of the throat. Vodka isn't my drink. I'm a scotch whisky lover. Especially islay's laphroaig but this bottle left me speachless. Nazdarovia !!!
3rd January 2014