Reyka Vodka

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Reyka Vodka
70cl / 40%
Reyka is a small batch vodka produced in Iceland using a process that includes the filtration through lava rock. Made in one of only six carter head stills in the world, this is made from a mixture of wheat and barley.
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£26.15
(£21.79 ex. VAT)
More Details:
CountryIcelandBottling StatusDiscontinued
Tasting Notes:
Tasting notes by Class Magazine
Appearance: Crystal clear.
Aroma: Creamy, almost dairy-like, with faint aniseed and light cracked black pepper spice.
Taste: Superbly clean, slightly sweet with subtle aniseed and fennel, faint vanilla and light peppery spice.
Aftertaste: Lingering subtle aniseed and red pepper spice.
diffordsguide rating: 5/5
Customer Reviews: (4 reviews)
I blame myself for not buying more than one bottle when i transfered on the Reykjavik Airport. My collection holds all the Russian Standard versions, Beluga and both of the Nemiroff Premium but this one blows my mind everytime. Smooth, clear taste and yet a punch that you can not find somewhere else.
- Nicklas Johansson, 19th Sep '13
I love vodka and have drunk my fair share of premium brands, but this is without question my favourite. It super smooth and tastes great with a twist of lime and lots of ice. You have to try this before it runs out. Anyone who likes Grey Goose, Belvedere, Chopin or Wyborowa will love this. Highly recommended.
- Rachel, 7th Apr '13
Got this on the hype I have read about it By chance i let my wife taste it first and she immeadatelt thought it tasted like Smirnoff which was diassapointing to say the least - having said that it was nice with a mixer
- Niall , 23rd Jan '13
I was extremely disappointed to find out that this Icelandic vodka is in fact Scottish as it is distilled first in Scotland from local ingredients and then shipped to Iceland where it undergoes second distillation and lava rock filtration. I understand that farming in Iceland might be difficult and there is a need for using foreign ingredients but if I had known about it I wouldn't have bought this otherwise average although beautifully presented "Icelandic" vodka.
- Mark Lemberg, 14th Oct '07
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