Exclusiv Vodka, a consumer favorite for price and taste, received their second near perfect rating from the Beverage Tasting Institute (BTI) this January 2012. The BTI scored Exclusiv Vodka 91 points, rating the vodka as ‘Exceptional.’
Last year BTI awarded Exclusiv Vodka 90 points and also named the beverage a ‘2011 Best Buy Bar Competition-Best Value Vodka $10 and Under.’ That same year Exclusiv Vodka also received the Gold Medal for the International Review of Spirits Award.
A 91 rating puts Exclusiv Vodka in a very lofty category, sharing the same tasting score or higher with the likes of Skyy Vodka, Chopin, Svedka, Finlandia and more. What makes Exclusiv stand out from it’s equally rated counterparts is the price.
Exclusiv Vodka Offers More Taste for Less Money
At around $10.00 a litre, Exclusiv Vodka is a mere fraction of the cost of the other brands that scored the same in recent taste test results. Serge Chistov, importer of Exclusiv Vodka is quoted, “With our Russian roots, it was always our intention to show that price does not make the vodka. In Russia we do not drink expensive vodkas; we drink quality vodkas. To make Exclusiv, we use quality ingredients blended together with the precision and patience that gives Exclusiv Vodka its popular taste.”
Below are the notes from the BTI January 2012 tasting regarding Exclusiv Vodka:
“Clear. Mild aromas of almond nougat, sweet cream, and minerals with a supple dry-yet-fruity medium body and a smooth, lightly peppery finish. Very clean and lively.”
Exclusiv Vodka is one of the fastest growing vodka brands on the market today. Imported from Moldova, a country in Eastern Europe located between Romania and Ukraine, Exclusiv uses the richest raw materials and finest distilling processes. Surprisingly, a litre of Exclusiv vodka only costs about $10.00. It’s distinct upscale flavor and rich heritage combined with an attractive price point has made Exclusiv Vodka one of the most in-demand Vodka brands for restaurants, retailers and consumers.