Smirnoff Black Label Copper Pot Still Vodka 1 Litre

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Smirnoff Black 'Small Batch Vodka' is a distinctive and smooth vodka with an unparalleled silkiness. Hailing from the producers of the most well-known vodka in the world, Smirnoff Black is a premium label and an exciting twist on the proven world favourite.

Smirnoff Black uses 150 year old copper pot stills to distill the spirit, and by using a small batch approach and charcoal filtration, the characteristically smooth Smirnoff Black emerges as pure indulgence. 

Distinctively Smirnoff, but with an extra touch of quality to add to your cocktails and mixed drinks.

Tasting Note: A round, full and rich vodka with a distinct smoothness and silky quality. Charming and mellow, this vodka is pure and clean with a lingering and refined finish alongside a pleasing, creamy dimension.

Additional Details

SKU:
11594-NGB-UNIT
Size:
1000
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Russian Federation
Alcohol %:
40
Region:
Russia
Style:
Grain Vodka
Varietal:
Vodka

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