By DANI BARROW and DAVID KLEIN
The Kirkland Signature American Vodka is a lovely alcoholic beverage for those who prefer domestic vodkas, such as Tito’s. Because it has been distilled six times, it’s incredibly smooth and is also one of the most affordable options for customers at under $20 for 1.75L.
Kirkland Signature’s 7-Year Small Batch Bourbon is a disappointing miss for the company, sadly missing the mark almost entirely. At 51.5 percent alcohol by volume, it contains a harsh alcoholic burn that many people have been turned off by, especially those who want something smooth.
If you go to your local Costco in the hopes of finding a delicious scotch whiskey, you don’t need to look any further than the one offered up by Kirkland Signature. It contains hints of brown sugar, plums, orange, and malt, while also having scent notes of vanilla, cinnamon, and ginger.
Those who are wanting a nice glass of spiced rum will be sorely dissatisfied if they seek out the kind sold by Kirkland Signature. The product has received a less than favorable taste reception from consumers, and it’s also quite pricey at $20 for 1.75L.
The Kirkland Signature Canadian Whiskey has earned the coveted “Exceptional” rating on popular alcohol review website Tastings, scoring 91 points on their blind taste test. Costing less than $20 for 1.75L, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better blend anywhere else.