Tastes like Vodka to me. Yes, I would buy this.
Pros: clean, dry taste, eco-friendly
In my efforts to change to a more sustainable lifestyle, it's a pleasure to stumble upon this eco-friendly company that is creating one of my favorite drinks - vodka. And I found out that they sell it in Trader Joe's which makes it even more accessible!
Pros: recycled packaging, sustainable production
Cons: not organic
I like the idea of this product and what the company is trying to achieve in a new market. However, why go halfway? Vodka could be made from organic ingredients and achieve a more eco-sensitive feel.
Pros: Eco Vodka!
Cons: No grey goose
Great vodka and will definitely buy more considering the eco-awareness of this product. Have never had green wine and this was good. Just curious how much of a price increase this vodka is considering the packaging and how much extra it was to process this.... ?
Pros: Fresh, Special, Good Enough to Drink Straight on Ice
I have been accused of being a lush before, but for what it was worth I liked this vodka. In fact, I think being a lush gives me more credibility because I have sampled many vodkas.
I like to entertain in my home a lot and feel ridiculous sevring Smirnoff martinis. The flavor just is not good. It is fine if you mask it with some cran, but otherwise I refuse. But what are other viable options? Do I buy Grey Goose, which is surely shipped from some far flung place like Michigan, and processed in an environmentally horrid manner? Or do I spring for a rare bottle of vodka that costs $60, which could be good or bad?
Luckily, I tried 360 and I know it is good. And they have sustainable production practices and recycled packaging. And I won't fell silly like I do when I pour a Smirnoff on the rocks, a la Sophomore year in college. I am converted.
I had the 360 Vodka with a splash of soda. It tasted real smooth.