42 Below Feijoa Vodka

70cl / 40%
42 Below Feijoa Vodka
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Fashioned with the feijoa, a fruit grown in New Zealand. According to the marketing stuff, the taste is similar to a combination of guava & pineapple. Curiously attractive and as with all 42 Below stuff, made to very high production specifications.
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42 Below Feijoa Vodka Reviews

14 Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous 20 October 2013

    fejoa has been grown in the Caucasus (South of Russia, Georgia) for many years and it is often used locally in making spirits (there is a drink called "chacha" that is generally made of grapes but some people use fejoa or other fruit too).

  • sp 7 February 2011

    Feijoas are south american

  • Anonymous 11 August 2010

    Met a New Zealand couple at my bar in Waikiki. They shared a bottle with me. We mixed it up with apple juice, 7-up and a squeeze of lemon. It was amazing. My new fav drink although I have to order it online.

  • Chantelle 13 June 2010

    Discovered feijoas on recent trip to NZ and bought back the vodka.... it really does bottle exactly how feijoas taste! :) Taste great with just lemonade or with as a base for some great cocktails - 42 below website has some good ones!

  • vikki uk 1 October 2009

    sweet as! can't beat it. even better than the fruit!

  • Anonymous 17 April 2009

    Bangkok Johnny...Im sad for you.It's nothing but delicious!

  • Anonymous 13 April 2009

    now my top drink of choice never tried feijoa before love it

  • Anonymous 13 April 2009

    Bangkok Johnny doesn't have a very good palette.

  • Anonymous 26 December 2008

    really nice with cloudy apple and cranberry juice. Tastes just like a feijoa...though they are a distinctive taste

  • Anonymous 23 September 2008

    hmmm... marketing probably mentions that the other name for "feijoa" is "pineapple guava"... Granted feijoas are definitely an aquired taste, but try the fruit before you judge the vodka - as far as I'm concerned it's all good!

  • Anonymous 21 July 2008

    loved it, drank it in a bar in mandurah and it brought back the memory of an old feijoa tree we had in our yard when i was a child, awesome stuff.

  • Bangkok Johnny 20 February 2008

    Agree smells like deep heat, must be trying to replicate the success of the All Blacks!!FAILS TO IMPRESS (a bit like the All Blacks!!)

  • Anonymous 14 February 2008

    very tasty with cloudy apple juice!!

  • Big Al the kiwi 13 December 2007

    This is amazing stuff!!! peow peow