LiV Vodka

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LiV Vodka is a 40% ABV vodka from the United States. The vodka is produced by Long Island Spirits. The quality is considered to be great. Rated 4 out of 5 based on 5 reviews.

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  • LiV Vodka Review By taffyg2003

    3 *****

    Sorry, I forgot to select a rating tab. Let me try this again.

    taffyg2003

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  • LiV Vodka Review By LiVGuy

    5 *****

    Simply the finest Vodka on the market today

    LiVGuy

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  • LiV Vodka Review By john

    5 *****

    When I serve it, People like it . I’m in Marketing and have many clients . We all have converted and now drink LIV. Absolute and the others have gone down in quality. They try to make up for it with Fancy packaging and colorful bottles. They should be in the business of or sell art prints at Walmart. Even in the past absolute does not taste or come close to the quality and taste of LIV.

    john

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  • LiV Vodka Review By john

    5 *****

    Drink this vodka chilled with nothing in it , it is great on its own. If you add your own special twist , lime , orange juice whatever , you will also enjoy it. It’s an all around great vodka.

    john

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  • LiV Vodka Review By MikeA

    1 *****

    OMG this vodka is horrible. It reeks of potatoes in both taste and smell. I was given a bottle as a gift and had to pour most of it down the drain because it was undrinkable. The issue here is that vodka is supposed to be odorless and tasteless. As long and the LIV people keep duping unsuspecting consumers in to thinking that potato vodka is supposed to taste like potatoes they will continue to charge a premium price for a subpar vodka. The only people that would choose to drink this vodka are people that don’t know anything about vodka.

    MikeA

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    • LiV Vodka Review By john

      The vodka is made by people who really know what they are doing. Its really what you like. I know people who dislike $200.00 highly rated bottles of wine, but love a $ dollar bottle. It’s up to the individual. So you may not like it, others do . its up to the majority and the taste testers the professionals. Don’t forget its a hand crafted potato vodka, and I drink all types and have been serving in my business , this is excellent for me. So vodkas don’t have taste some really do, some use anise or other types or hint ingredients for distinction. Just like a beer. Look a Sam Adams. Winter , Summer , Fall brews different tastes etc. I think of killians totally different style , I have heard some conservative style beer drinkers dislike killians or a blue moon beer. Its all about individual taste. To sum it up , I love Liv, it has all the qualities of a good vodka , its clean tasting with a mild burn , its smooth and has a good after taste of vanilla as mentioned, if it is vanilla , i don’t know? but its inviting and pleasant for most. Believe me its one of the good ones by popular vote. Be well and enjoy

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    • LiV Vodka Review By James

      This person is obviously a troll, or just making a joke. “The issue here is that vodka is supposed to be odorless and tasteless.” This is blatant satire, but I feel like I need to point this out to people who are reading these reviews or looking at the average score and see this vodka get a lower score than it deserves.

      To add to the conversation. If you are an American who drinks even moderately, you’ve probably never had a potato vodka, the traditional way of making vodka, unless you’ve sought it out specifically. Most vodkas available in the US are ‘white whiskey’ and are made with corn. Smirnoff, in the rest of the world, is a potato vodka, but in the US it’s made as a white whiskey, because that’s what US vodka drinkers are comfortable with. LIV make potato vodka, and they make a particularly good one. If you consider yourself an avid vodka drinker, you owe it to yourself to try this. It should appeal to people who like a peppery vodka, or people who like homemade moonshine, because I feel it shares that slight charcoal flavor.

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    • LiV Vodka Review By LiVGuy

      Please be aware that this is a fraudulent post; I am not sure what his motives are, who he is affiliated with or why he spends time trying discredit a product he seems not to care for; perhaps a failing competitor. I have noticed the same exact postings about LiV Vodka around on other sites from same individual. He fails to point out that LiV has won a Double Gold in the NY International Spirits Competition, Gold in San Fransisco World Competition and a Double Gold and judged best Domestic Vodka in the top 50 competition. We are distributed in over 15 states and have over 2000 placements nationally, and continue to grow our presence through sheer fan loyalty. I am embarrassed for this sad individual and would any free thinking person to make there own mind up….

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    • LiV Vodka Review By taffyg2003

      Maybe I was too generous when I rated LIV in a vodka martini up with olives last November. The bartender put far too much vermouth in the cocktail to judge the vodka fairly. It is possible that the vermouth masked the heavy potato flavor that you noticed. Maybe I will take a chance and order it again if I see it on the menu, or maybe not?

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  • LiV Vodka Review By taffyg2003

    I am adding my 3+ star rating now that there is a LIV vodka section on the forum.

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  • LiV Vodka Review By taffyg2003

    Well, here I go again using the Zyr thread to post a review about a vodka not listed or reviewed. I hope that there will be a new section soon for non-rated vodka reviews.

    Anyway, I had an opportunity to try some vodkas that I hadn’t tried before while out to dinner at an eclectic restaurant last night. There were some that I had never heard of, and a couple that I had seen on the local liquor store selves. I decided to try L.I.V. (aka Long Island Vodka) because I had seen it recently and was curious to see if a fairly local vodka were any good. Unfortunately, the extra dry martini that I had ordered arrive not so dry, but I drank it not to be annoying or insulting. From what I could tell by sifting through all of the vermouth, L.I.V. seemed fairly smooth, bittersweet, and with a minimum bite. I seemed quite good overall, but with nothing to draw me to try it again. I am giving it roughly 3 plus to 4 stars, which puts it toward the lower third of my 30 or so rated vodkas, but definitely ahead of the least favorite Absolut.

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