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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post
Never heard of either of these. What's so special about them?

I'm suprised nobody's mentioned Plymouth for Gin yet. You all need to get on that.

Wyborowa is from Poland; they've been making it for something like 200 years. When I lived in DC I tried most of the vodkas at Russia house, which i believe has 20 or 30 varieties. Anyway, I always liked Wyborowa the best. As for tasting notes, I hardly ever drink vodka, (mostly gin, rum & scotch), so I couldn't say what makes it special, other than it makes an excellent drink. Interesting note: Frank Gehry designed one of their new premium bottles. Iceburg is purportedly made from harvested iceburgs. It is relatively cheap and very smooth; I usually keep a bottle around as a staple mixer.

Good call on the Plymouth. Also forgot the Martin Miller Westbourne strength. Great gin when you're in the mood for something different.