floral
lemon
honey
mineral
corn
sweet
bread
fragrant
roasted
Spiral Breckenridge Vodka

Breckenridge
Vodka
Reviews and Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Clear

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Mountain wildflowers greet the nose with ethereal notes of lemon curd and honey.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate starts with a nice mouth-feel and warmth with more florals and a barely-there roasted corn muffins in the far distance.

Finish
The finish is brisk, clean, and refreshing.
Price:
$23.99
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Breckenridge Vodka is adored for its floral, lemon, honey and mineral flavor notes.

This Vodka is carefully distilled at Breckenridge distillery, United States.

Based on 18 votes, the average rating for Breckenridge Vodka is 8.4/10.

Top reviews for Breckenridge Vodka:

— I like this chilled and the price is great

— Overall this is a very good vodka, but it's not not exactly in line with my personal taste. The smell of it on initial opening had a little more "acetone" smell than I'd normally prefer, but it calms down entirely when it's chilled. There's a little more sweetness to the taste than I personally prefer, which is an attribute it shares with Grey Goose, so that's more a matter of personal taste than of quality. I'd never seen or heard of a corn-based vodka before, so I don't know if maybe that's where the sweet/fruit notes are coming from. My particular taste in vodka runs more to brands like Tito's and Ketel One, my all-time favorite was an Estonian brand called Turi which seems like it just vanished maybe 10 years ago.

Breckenridge Vodka

(0.75l, 40%)


8.4/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Breckenridge Vodka
Sumner
Sumner,
I like this chilled and the price is great
 
Brian
Brian,
Overall this is a very good vodka, but it's not not exactly in line with my personal taste. The smell of it on initial opening had a little more "acetone" smell than I'd normally prefer, but it calms down entirely when it's chilled. There's a little more sweetness to the taste than I personally prefer, which is an attribute it shares with Grey Goose, so that's more a matter of personal taste than of quality. I'd never seen or heard of a corn-based vodka before, so I don't know if maybe that's where the sweet/fruit notes are coming from. My particular taste in vodka runs more to brands like Tito's and Ketel One, my all-time favorite was an Estonian brand called Turi which seems like it just vanished maybe 10 years ago.
 
guest
guest,
Decent vodka, like it a little less than grey goose but a third the cost.
 
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