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Popular Vodka Brands Ranked From Worst To Best
The only reason this vodka is popular is because of its completely accessible $10 or $11 price tag. No one drinks Burnett’s for the taste and drinking this straight is going to leave your throat feeling a seriously bitter burn.
New Amsterdam
This vodka has become insanely popular recently, probably because you can pick up a liter bottle for between $13 and $18. It’s sort of fine if you're mixing it with something that's going to overpower the slight paint thinner taste and the flavors aren’t extraordinary either.
Grey Goose
Although Grey Goose is incredibly smooth and has no overwhelming flavors or boozy scents, consumers can expect to pay anywhere from $40 to $60 a bottle for this premium vodka. With a price this high, at times, you're just paying for the name and a neat-looking bottle.
Priced at around $30 for a 750 ml bottle, the vodka is on the expensive side for what you're getting. Although heavily advertised to be the "only vodka out there that's gluten-free.” by DJ Khaled, the company doesn’t mention that all vodka is gluten-free, unless added as a flavoring.
Three Olives
The problem with Three Olives starts with the smell. Any good quality vodka has a light, fresh scent, but opening a bottle of Three Olives is similar to opening a bottle of nail polish remover. There are definite vibes of acetone and rubbing alcohol going on here, a flavor that stays from start to finish.