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Rosa Vodka

Rosa Vodka
Natural Rose Water Flavored Vodka

Category: Flavored Vodka

Date Tasted:
Country: USA
Alcohol: 40%
93 Points
Gold Medal
Exceptional
$29.99

Rosa Vodka
Natural Rose Water Flavored Vodka

Category: Flavored Vodka

Date Tasted:
Country: USA
Alcohol: 40%
Clear color. Aromas of hints of powdered sugar and light hints of prickly pear with a supple, soft, dryish light body and a smooth, captivating, quick subtle rose petals and hints of coconut finish. A dry, clean, almost neutral vodka with a very subtle hint of rose petals on the palate; while quite shy at first, each sip grows the flavor intensity. This will be a lovely vodka for elegant cocktails that need a subtle floral twist.

Tasting Info

Spirits Glass Style: Mild
Aroma Aroma: hints of powdered sugar and light hints of prickly pear
Taste Flavor: subtle rose petals and hints of coconut
Smoothness Smoothness: Smooth
Enjoy Enjoy: in cocktails, on the rocks and neat
Cocktail Cocktails: Bloody Mary, Moscow Mule, Vodka Martini
Bottom Line Bottom Line: A dry, clean, almost neutral vodka with a very subtle hint of rose petals on the palate; while quite shy at first, each sip grows the flavor intensity. This will be a lovely vodka for elegant cocktails that need a subtle floral twist.

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Flavored Vodka

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Since Vodka tends to be a neutral spirit, it lends itself to blending with flavors and fortifying other beverages. In the 19th century, high-proof "Russian spirit" was held in high esteem by Sherry producers in Spain, who imported it to fortify their wines.

Neutral spirits are still used to fortify Port, Sherry, and other types of fortified wines, although the source of alcohol for such purposes these days tends to be the vast "wine lake" that has been created by European Union agricultural practices.

Flavored Vodkas have been produced from the start, originally to mask the flavor of the first primitive Vodkas, but later as a mark of the distiller's skill. The Russians and Poles in particular still market dozens of flavors.