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Finlandia Vodka 70cl £12 @ Sainsbury's
Finlandia Vodka 70cl £12 @ Sainsbury's

Finlandia Vodka 70cl £12 @ Sainsbury's

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Finlandia vodka only £12 at Sainsbury's. A quality vodka, and my personal favourite.

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Not voted hot or cold - okay vodka but prefer Smirnoff and Tesco are selling 70cl bottles of Smirnoff at moment for £10.

Bluescott27

Not voted hot or cold - okay vodka but prefer Smirnoff and Tesco are … Not voted hot or cold - okay vodka but prefer Smirnoff and Tesco are selling 70cl bottles of Smirnoff at moment for £10.


cant beat stoli but hard to get

jacksprout

cant beat stoli but hard to get



Have not tried Stoli - does look the business, when I was in New York last year was drinking Grey Goose - loved it but just a tad pricey in the UK - a Vodka for special occasions methinks.

jacksprout

cant beat stoli but hard to get



agree! thats my favourite brand.

Also for the Smirnoff fans on here - Asda's own brand (not the smart price one) is distilled by Smirnoff. I have a friend who has worked at Asda for years who told me that - I of course have done numerous taste tests and confirm this to be true

btw OP your price is wrong for this so your losing heat - its actually only £10 a bottle

I will report and see if a mod can change it

bossyboots

btw OP your price is wrong for this so your losing heat - its actually … btw OP your price is wrong for this so your losing heat - its actually only £10 a bottleI will report and see if a mod can change it


Showing as £12.00 via link.

cuzzy

Showing as £12.00 via link.



sorry Cuzzy - so it is - I was looking at another foreign one! Thank you

Was this one I was looking at
Russian Standard Vodka 70cl
Price Promotion Quantity and add to trolley
£10.00/unit
£14.29/ltr


Item code: 6667267
Description
1894.
ST. PETERSBURG.

RUSSIAN EXPORT STANDARD.

"Peter the Great" arrived on the banks of the Neva River to create a new city. There, on what became the Imperial city of St Petersburg, he raised the Czar's Standard.

Two hundred years later in 1894, in this great city Dmitry Mendeleev created the highest standard for Russian vodka.

Today, Russian Standard Vodka revives that same recipe, including the finest Russian wheat grains and pure glacial waters from Lake Ladoga, to create a superbly smooth and pure tasting classic Russian spirit.

Russian Standard Original - Russia's leading premium vodka.

40% vol.


Edited by: "bossyboots" 5th Apr 2011

Picked up a few 1L bottles of smirnoff blue label a few weeks back for £9.50 in Hanover airport duty free!!!!!

On good Vodka then waitrose are doing Chase vodka at £23 for 70cl. Very nice stuff. The other one I buy is Belvedere from costco which is again a very nice vodka, if pricey

Finlandia is my fave!!!! Stoli tastes of aniseed, yuck

Max Damage

Picked up a few 1L bottles of smirnoff blue label a few weeks back for … Picked up a few 1L bottles of smirnoff blue label a few weeks back for £9.50 in Hanover airport duty free!!!!!On good Vodka then waitrose are doing Chase vodka at £23 for 70cl. Very nice stuff. The other one I buy is Belvedere from costco which is again a very nice vodka, if pricey



He is looking to distill some apple gin soon so looking forward to that.
Chase is good and British. Distilled from potatoes by the person who owned Tyrells crisps in a past business venture. Sainsbury's doing the 50cl for £15.99 which pretty much is the close to £23 for 70cl for those who do not have a Waitrose near them.
Edited by: "kumamayo" 6th Apr 2011

[quote= ... The other one I buy is Belvedere from costco which is again a very nice vodka, if pricey[/quote]

Very, very nice vodka

Can drink Finland if I really have to, but I won't go out and buy a bottle - much prefer Russian Standard or Absolut.

This price is nothing new, it's been 12 quid several times before now. As for Smirnoff being a tenner in Tesco right now, yes that is indeed correct. However, if you've a local Sains, pop down there and grab a 70cl of the superior Russian Standard for the exact same price. Can't compare both for quality.

I like the way it says Vodka of Finland underneath, just in case of any uncertainty.:3
Edited by: "Quietus" 6th Apr 2011

Grey Goose for me

I'm not spirit snob so I would say unless you intend to drink this neat I really can't tell the difference between the good stuff and white label own brand. Maybe a good price for brand but not for vod imo.

BeerGoggles

I'm not spirit snob so I would say unless you intend to drink this neat I … I'm not spirit snob so I would say unless you intend to drink this neat I really can't tell the difference between the good stuff and white label own brand. Maybe a good price for brand but not for vod imo.



i can tell the difference the next day (_;)

One of the best vodkas in the world, try lime or grapefruit one, amazing 8). Hot!

Max Damage

I buy is Belvedere from costco which is again a very nice vodka, if … I buy is Belvedere from costco which is again a very nice vodka, if pricey


Just came back from Sains Belvedere for £25

Good price

*cobra*

Can drink Finland if I really have to, but I won't go out and buy a … Can drink Finland if I really have to, but I won't go out and buy a bottle - much prefer Russian Standard or Absolut. .



Those are good vodkas but I think very comparable with Finlandia for quality – I personally prefer Finlandia over them as it somehow tastes purer.
I can’t believe though that people are talking about the likes of Smirnoff in a thread about a quality vodka like Finlandia!!
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