LEAF Vodka Review #LEAFVodka


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Disclosure

I recently received these two bottles from LEAF Vodka and was able to sample both side by side, which is pretty neat. LEAF’s Alaskan glacial water vodka (the one with the green label) revealed hints of sweetness. It has a similar taste to that of a white wine that has undergone a significant amount of malolactic fermentation.  The Rocky Mountain mineral water version (the one in the blue label) on the other hand, I felt had a noticeable taste of minerals. Both vodkas are smooth and have their own unique taste! I can’t say I prefer one to the other because they both have qualities in the taste that I like. If you guys have been following my blog for a while then you know that I love sweet white wine and also love hydrating with mineral water. So as you can see I clearly enjoyed both of these great tasting vodkas. 

Both LEAF Vodkas are easy to drink and at their suggested retail price of $16.99 to $19.99 they are easy on the wallet. I find it quite reasonable to be able to have both varieties on hand. I also really like that they both give two distinctly different taste to cocktails.

Speaking of cocktails be sure to visit LEAF’s cocktail section of their website to get amazingly delicious recipes! 

Product Description

Global Spirits, one of the industry’s leading international vodka producers, will enter the U.S. market by unveiling LEAF Vodka, sourced from unique waters around the country. Two varieties will be introduced in the line—one made from Alaskan Glacial water, which lends a pure, smooth taste with a hint of sweetness. The other, made from Rocky Mountain mineral water, provides richness and complexity, offering a warm and savory impression. The water sources give LEAF Vodkas their signature tastes. 
You can connect with LEAF Vodka on their website, Facebook and Twitter

 

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