What proof is Russian Standard?

Russian Standard (vodka)

Type Vodka
Introduced 1998 by Roustam Tariko
Alcohol by volume 40%
Proof (US) 80
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Why was the Russian standard able to enjoy such rapid success in Russia?

This success of the Russian brand was attributed because of its consistent product quality, packaging, and merchandising and of course because of its strong depiction of Russian heritage.

How is Russian Standard?

Tasting Notes Palate: Clean, mildly sweet from its wheat base, and surprisingly peppery on the palate, this vodka also hits the tongue with an almost unctuous, oily texture. Finish: The lingering sensation is all about the peppery notes and the alcohol. The unctuousness dissipates and the finish is very dry and clean.

Is Russian Standard any good?

Overall creamy and a little spicy. Only downside (for my personal taste) is the softness of the water. I like a good heavy mineral taste to my Russian vodkas (old school southern Russia type vodka such as Regalia). Drinks: Very clean and smooth- mixes nicely and adds a little grain depth.

What is Russian Standard made from?

winter wheat
Russian Standard is the entry-level vodka in this portfolio. It is distilled in St. Petersburg from 100% Russian winter wheat and filtered through charcoal and quartz crystal. Bottled at 40% ABV.

Is GREY Goose Vodka Russian?

The clear liquor distilled from grains gets its name from the Russian word “voda,” which means water, and has long been associated with the Slavic country. But the most popular vodkas in the U.S. – including Smirnoff, Ciroc, Tito’s, Absolut, Svedka, Grey Goose, SKYY and New Amsterdam – are not made in Russia.

How much does Russian Standard cost?


NV Russian Standard Vodka 1.75L (Store Pickup Only) Producer: Russian Standard Country: Russia | Type: Vodka Price: $33.99 Availability: 5
NV Smirnoff Blue (100 Proof) Vodka 1.75L (Store Pickup Only) Producer: Smirnoff Country: Russia | Type: Vodka Price: $38.99 Availability: 3

Is Russian Standard Vodka smooth?

Made with hardy winter wheat grown on the Black Steppes of Russia and soft glacial waters of Lake Ladoga in Russia’s frozen north, the spirit is distilled multiple times, then quadruple filtered through charcoal, and relaxed for 48 hours before bottling. The result is exceptionally pure, smooth, and delicious vodka.

Does Titos burn?

Tito’s has barely any taste, especially if you mix it with juice or soda or what have you. That’s what makes it so good. It’s pure, smooth, doesn’t burn, and essentially could almost pass for water.

Is Titos made in Russia?

Tito’s, made in Austin, Texas. Ciroc, made in France. Burnett’s Vodka, distilled in Kentucky.