Korol Vodka, 100% Pure Grain, Five Times Distilled Vodka, 0.5L, £9.99 @ Lidl In Store
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Korol Vodka, 100% Pure Grain, Five Times Distilled Vodka, 0.5L, £9.99 @ Lidl In Store

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LocalFound 15th JanEdited by:"louiselouise"
A bit of a wild card, but might be worth spending your £5 off £30 spend voucher on, if you got one through your door recently (I did this morning, wahoo!).

Blurb on the bottle says, "100% Pure Grain Spirits, 5 Times Distilled Vodka." Shelf label says, "Premium Vodka 40%".

Picture taken in the Duke Street, Glasgow, store tonight.
2877687.jpgI'm always looking out for "many-times-distilled" vodkas for my sister, her favourite is still Ciroc, though she really enjoys the Ignis French Grain Vodka £13.99/70cl "Lidl-Grey-Goose" knockoff hotukdeals.com/dea…280 which I made a thread about a while back, says it's very smooth, no burn, no rotten hangover.

Not sure about Korol, obviously this has 200ml less in the bottle as well, but I'm sure she'll sample it soon

Can't see any online chatter about this*, unless any HUKDers know better ?

*Edit: Actually, I did, see Post #2, and Korol won this award, whatever it is...
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Re the current £5 off £30 Spend voucher (which runs out on the 28th).

If you are lucky enough to have one, bear in mind only two alcoholic products can be purchased with it. (Pic thanks to cazsilver, on this thread hotukdeals.com/dea…409 )
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I can see Korol Vodka mentioned here iwsc.net/res…=no ....
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Edited by: "louiselouise" 15th Jan
not stocked in my store:/
Edited by: "keiran5517" 15th Jan
Tempted to give this a try got that little booklet through today with the 5 off a 30 spend!
Firemountain1 m ago

Tempted to give this a try got that little booklet through today with the …Tempted to give this a try got that little booklet through today with the 5 off a 30 spend!



We probably live in a similar postal area, think we're both Weegies from what I can remember
louiselouise23 m ago

We probably live in a similar postal area, think we're both Weegies from …We probably live in a similar postal area, think we're both Weegies from what I can remember


Yup we are ..I live a few streets along from Lidl In Jamaica Street!
is £20 a litre cheap ?
keenan316 from the aforementioned thread hotukdeals.com/com…287 posted a better picture of the £5 Off £30 voucher (though, it runs out in two days!). It does say you're not allowed to print these vouchers, so, do so at your own risk!33140795-cO8yQ.jpg
I got this on Friday @ Glasgow (Tollcross Road) and it was actually nice. The next day I felt fine.
.woolco.29th Jan

I got this on Friday @ Glasgow (Tollcross Road) and it was actually nice. …I got this on Friday @ Glasgow (Tollcross Road) and it was actually nice. The next day I felt fine.



My sister has yet to try this (she's slowly working through them, ahem). I meant to use up my £5 off £30 voucher yesterday but the weather's been so rotten I let it expire
louiselouise3 m ago

My sister has yet to try this (she's slowly working through them, ahem). I …My sister has yet to try this (she's slowly working through them, ahem). I meant to use up my £5 off £30 voucher yesterday but the weather's been so rotten I let it expire


Yeah I still have the coupon. Will need to bin it now. But I would say this vodka good if that helps anyone.
Was discussing this one with my sister (she loves her vodkas, particularly the Grey Goose/Belvedere/Ciroc a-likes).

Ciroc is still her number one, but she wasn't that keen on this one, will have to ask her why.

She also mentioned the Aldi Saint Gérmont Premium French Vodka (£13.99 - a "Grey Goose"-alike which is competing with Lidl's Ignis French Grain Vodka). Apparently the Aldi vodka gave her a thumping hangover, something you don't really expect with the smooth, many-times-distilled clear spirits - which she always drinks with clear mixers to try to avoid the rough morning after. She also said it tasted harsh, not smooth as expected, and she reckons Lidl's version is miles better.

She may have had a bad batch or something?

She insists that Lidl's Ignis French Grain is still only a Xmas/winter special (same as last year) so it won't be found in stores all year round - not sure if that will change.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 6th Feb
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