Stolichnaya Red Vodka

70cl / 40%
Stolichnaya Red Vodka
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The original export-market red-label Stolichnaya - a smooth, velvety classic, quadruple-distilled, blended with icy glacial water and carefully charcoal filtered three times.

Country
Latvia
Type
Wheat

Stolichnaya Red Vodka Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Billy A

    Nose: Sweet and oily, with whipped cream and a flinty edge.

    Palate: Soft, with and oily mouthfeel. Cream, lemon peel and cracked pepper.

    Finish: Sweet and lemony, with liquorice and a hint of charcoal.

12 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    10 February

    First of all, price class should be the spectrum of juxtaposition. In NYC, paid 21 dollars for 3/4 liter. Similar .750 ml cost to Tito''s, Russian Standard, and Absolut. If you want taste neutrality, overall smoothness, and mix ability go with Tito''s. Stolichnaya has discernible viscosity when poured neat. It''s almost oily. Flavor wise, Stoli supersedes the 3 brands. Mixes better with OJ than Absolut. My star rating is relative to price class...

  • 5
    14 November 2014

    This is a very good vodka. I wouldn't spoil it with a mixer of any kind (far too good for that) just a few cubes of ice.

  • 8 December 2012

    From what I understand this is still made from wheat grains from the Tambov region of Russia, and part distilled in the Russian distillery in Talvis. It is then that it gets shipped to a Latvian distillery for completion and bottling. So in essence it's still pretty much a russian vodka just with a bit of Latvian natural spring water added. Of course because of this for legal reasons they have removed the word Russian and replaced it with Premium on the bottles label. Still damn fine vodka.

  • 26 July 2011

    This is no longer a Russian vodka because nowadays it's produced in Latvia. It's still a great vodka though. It has a very medicinal quality to it with citrus and vanilla notes. It's smooth too. Wll worth buying.

  • 25 July 2011

    Now made in Latvia. Same slightly oily finish. You can do a lot worse than buy Stoli.

  • 27 February 2011

    is this still Russian vodka? I noticed that what I have always bought has changed from made in Russia, to made in Russia and bottled in Latvia, to distilled in Latvia. I wish they would learn from Guinness and return their roots! Wonder about the quality, where is the old taste?!

  • 17 June 2010

    is nice. Great success!

  • 23 January 2010

    make sure you keep it in the freezer for 24 hours before drinking and it becomes the smoothest vodka you will EVER drink

  • 15 December 2009

    to me, tastes like gasoline

  • 10 November 2009

    A decent Vodka for sure; has a stronger flavour then many other vodkas

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