Vladiver vodka 70cl £5.00 at Somerfield - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
402Expired

Vladiver vodka 70cl £5.00 at Somerfield

boabbyrab Avatar
6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
somerfield are doing this half price possibly ends Tuesday
Deal Tags:
More From Somerfield:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
boabbyrab Avatar
6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Options

All Comments

(50) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
Nothing on their site about it
#2
great offer - what store was this?
#3
May be a cheap VLADIVAR knock-off?

;)
#4
it is VLADIVAR op has just spelt it wrong. Great deal goes for a tenner locally.
#5
Can anyone verify this?
#6
Cheap enough for a fiver.
#7
it is VLADIVAR op has just spelt it wrong. Great deal goes for a tenner locally

yep sure did, did not even notice it.
great offer - what store was this?

this was the kilwinning branch but may be store specific and is in store only, could be worth phoning around.
never really knew this was half price until i seen it in asda for £10.50 a bottle
#8
My friend shown me an excellent way to test the quality of vodka,
Simply shake the bottle, as the bubbles clear, a quality vodka will have a minature whirlwind in the bottle for several seconds.
a inferior vodka will not
You get some strange looks in the supermarket but it does work
Some thing to do with distillation process apparently.
Heat added any way
#9
scratchy
My friend shown me an excellent way to test the quality of vodka,
Simply shake the bottle, as the bubbles clear, a quality vodka will have a minature whirlwind in the bottle for several seconds.
a inferior vodka will not
You get some strange looks in the supermarket but it does work
Some thing to do with distillation process apparently.
Heat added any way


Lol it works... just did it with a bottle of Goose although couldnt really see it well due to the frosting.

Will this be in Co-op stores as well?
#10
scratchy
My friend shown me an excellent way to test the quality of vodka,
Simply shake the bottle, as the bubbles clear, a quality vodka will have a minature whirlwind in the bottle for several seconds.
a inferior vodka will not
You get some strange looks in the supermarket but it does work
Some thing to do with distillation process apparently.
Heat added any way


I swear being the clutz that i am at times i know ill try that and the bottle will go flying out my hand but its tempting to give it a go though!
#11
What's this Vodka like?
#12
I liked this vodka, one of the better cheap ones, better than glenns
#13
Is this the alcohol free version:whistling:
#14
Having my local Somerfield in the middle of Swansea town centre I can guarantee the local drunks will have already snapped up every bottle in the store already... not even worth checking! Still, hot deal for those who can get it ;)
#15
maybe it's Vadivlar vodka
#16
good find matey. what is the alcohol % btw?
#17
loopie
Can anyone verify this?


Yes, the OP did.
#18
It's 100% grain, not the usual potato peeling crap!
Hot!
#19
Thumbs up from me...This is a cracking deal...Bet my local Somerfield has sold out by now though!

Voted HOT HOT HOT...!
1 Like #20
I just called their head office, and was told that it would only be on sale at a store that was closing for a refurb and to change the name to the co-op.

So tell us the store that sells it for a fiver.
#21
Gallus
I just called their head office, and was told that it would only be on sale at a store that was closing for a refurb and to change the name to the co-op.

So tell us the store that sells it for a fiver.


Thanks for checking Gallus, saved me a wasted trip.
#22
Surely a fiver is less than the duty already paid to HM. I can't see this appearing for that price in too many places, and if it does the staff will get it quick.
#23
Wicked Lester
Yes, the OP did.


See Gallus post above.
#24
scratchy
Simply shake the bottle, as the bubbles clear, a quality vodka will have a minature whirlwind in the bottle for several seconds.
a inferior vodka will not
You get some strange looks in the supermarket but it does work
Some thing to do with distillation process apparently


Must try that cheers. I simply CAN'T drink cheap voddy - gives me a pounding headache from the very first sip. The problem must stem from the inferior distillation, hence I usually stick with premium brands Absolut or Russian Standard. I don't have an issue with Vladivar either, it's fine.

If it's a fiver for a 10 glass, that's a steal. Voted HOT!
#25
jeds
Lol it works... just did it with a bottle of Goose although couldnt really see it well due to the frosting.

Will this be in Co-op stores as well?


How about a taste-test? :whistling:

New Yorkers love Grey Goose and all the other premium vodkas due to the obsession with image

They all said Grey Goose is their preferred Vodka and can definitely taste the difference

In the test, the majority preferred standard or non-premium branded vodka

Guess what? They will still buy Grey Goose or more expensive vodka to feel secure about their own importance, status and public image - :roll:

Heat and rep btw! Tried this on Friday and no-hangover
#26
gg1pl
How about a taste-test? :whistling:

New Yorkers love Grey Goose and all the other premium vodkas due to the obsession with image

They all said Grey Goose is their preferred Vodka and can definitely taste the difference

In the test, the majority preferred standard or non-premium branded vodka

Guess what? They will still buy Grey Goose or more expensive vodka to feel secure about their own importance, status and public image - :roll:

Heat and rep btw! Tried this on Friday and no-hangover


Could you point me to whatever article your referencing there? Might be interesting to read, especially as I'm a big vodka lover and can definitely tell the difference between cheap stuff and grey goose, the ridiculous processes used in making it really makes a big difference.
#27
*cobra*;8111942
Must try that cheers. I simply CAN'T drink cheap voddy - gives me a pounding headache from the very first sip. The problem must stem from the inferior distillation, hence I usually stick with premium brands Absolut or Russian Standard. I don't have an issue with Vladivar either, it's fine.

If it's a fiver for a 10 glass, that's a steal. Voted HOT!


Could must likely be what it's made from. Always drink vodka that says "100% grain" somewhere on the bottle. I'm exactly the same :thumbsup:
#28
This always used to be known as "Wodka from Varrington", though it's not made there any more.

Granada one had a competition revolving around the vodka. The first prize was a week in Warrington, the second prize was two weeks in Warrington..
#29
*cobra*;8111942
Must try that cheers. I simply CAN'T drink cheap voddy - gives me a pounding headache from the very first sip. The problem must stem from the inferior distillation, hence I usually stick with premium brands Absolut or Russian Standard. I don't have an issue with Vladivar either, it's fine.

If it's a fiver for a 10 glass, that's a steal. Voted HOT!


I like a good vodka, Red Square is rubbish and I only class Russian Standard slightly higher. This vodka is impressive for the price, a very good mixing vodka which matches Smirnoff red with ease (not a hard feat with the UK quality Smirnoff red...). I agree Absolut is a very good vodka though.

I was lucky enough to work with a lot of Polish in my last job, I bought loads of genuine polish vodka from them when they returned from family visits. Their smirnoff is better than ours, but the best I bought from them was called Pan Tadeusz and it is amazing, you can drink it out the freezer without pulling a face. Not the same as drinking water as some people compare good vodka to, as you can taste the alcohol still, but it is very pleasant. Only UK alternative I have found is Smirnoff small batch brewed in copper pots. I think you can tell the difference between a good vodka, but Grey Goose doesn't taste that great straight.
#30
I'd say this vodka is only slightly better than red square.

I'd also say that russian standard is a far far superior vodka. To contradict other views.

Only Absolout is better around the £15 price range
#31
hot hot hot m8ty, just grabbed myself the last two bottled on the shelf, or rather hubby did !!
#32
Which stores are selling it for a fiver?

I phoned around 6, and head office..........they all said no way.
#33
red23
I'd say this vodka is only slightly better than red square.

I'd also say that russian standard is a far far superior vodka. To contradict other views.

Only Absolout is better around the £15 price range


Or Finlandia, in my opinion, I find it goes nice and smoothly too.
#34
scratchy
My friend shown me an excellent way to test the quality of vodka,
Simply shake the bottle, as the bubbles clear, a quality vodka will have a minature whirlwind in the bottle for several seconds.
a inferior vodka will not
You get some strange looks in the supermarket but it does work
Some thing to do with distillation process apparently.
Heat added any way


tried this with eristoff it worked but i think russian standard is better
#35
*cobra*;8111942
Must try that cheers. I simply CAN'T drink cheap voddy - gives me a pounding headache from the very first sip. The problem must stem from the inferior distillation, hence I usually stick with premium brands Absolut or Russian Standard. I don't have an issue with Vladivar either, it's fine. If it's a fiver for a 10 glass, that's a steal. Voted HOT!


Friends of ours are Russian. They hate Smirnoff, (don't consider that to be vodka). The only thing they drink is Russian Standard because it is the nearest to what they get at home. So you are in good company :-D
#36
This is not confirmed, local Summerfield said no way for that price
#37
ok non believer's here is the proof of purchase
http://i885.photobucket.com/albums/ac52/boabbyrab/SDC10654.jpg
#38
Ill vouch for it also. Our nearest store ( arbroath )closed for refurb last month and every bit of alcohol was sold at 50% off, took 2 days to clear it even at that. wasnt advertised . Personally i think smirnoff is as good as any, however what would i know , i prefer whiskey and bourbon, now theres a debate waiting to happen. let me know a great deal on malts and ill send a thank you card. no deals on jd please , its ****.
#39
cdm30379
Ill vouch for it also. Our nearest store ( arbroath )closed for refurb last month and every bit of alcohol was sold at 50% off, took 2 days to clear it even at that. wasnt advertised . Personally i think smirnoff is as good as any, however what would i know , i prefer whiskey and bourbon, now theres a debate waiting to happen. let me know a great deal on malts and ill send a thank you card. no deals on jd please , its ****.

are you into scotch? ever tried high commissioner? better tasting than bells and bargain price. it's 5th largest selling whiskey in the uk.
#40
This vodka is lovely. So smooth. Better than Smirnoff any day. I always buy it above any other brand.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!