Smirnoff Label No.21 Vodka 1 Litre

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Smirnoff No. 21 Vodka is the world's best-selling vodka. With a history that began in the 1860's in a Moscow vodka distillery, Smirnoff Vodka has retained the unique pureness, clarity and clean smoothness which have gained this vodka a sterling reputation globally. Not just a vodka, Smirnoff actively promotes itself as a way of life, style and experience.

Serve Smirnoff neat, in mixed drinks or cocktails such as the classic martini, and experience the very best the world of vodka has to offer.

Tasting Note: A vodka of pure, clean, smooth quality; fit with a pleasing texture, a creamy and powdered sugar aroma, a mineral quality on the palate, and a hint of citrus. Clean, soft and lingering finish.

Additional Details

SKU:
11592-NGB-UNIT
Size:
1000
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Italy
Alcohol %:
37.5
Region:
Russia
Style:
Grain Vodka
Varietal:
Vodka

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