This is a true neutral grain spirit. The nose is quiet with no alcohol aromas upfront and really no discernible smells of any kind. It’s not watery or thin but presented with maybe a very slight, yet pleasant, earthy smell and gave the impression of having a firm body. Again very neutral in the mouth, with a good mouth feel and no bite and a vague hint of sweetness but so vague that it seemed to be playing hide and seek. Straight up upon swallowing it leaves a tingling sensation in the back of the throat, but again so mild that you wouldn’t really call it peppery or spicy, just tingly. That tingle subsides very quickly, inducing you to repeat the experiment and enjoy the whole process over and over until you finally pour some over the rocks. It really opens up and is just a pure pleasure to sip. It’s unbelievably smooth with a wonderful mouth feel and its neutrality is very inviting.
Did you know that award winning, ultra smooth MEDEA Vodka is made from the purest artesian water and distilled sixteen times using centuries old mastered techniques perfected since 1777 in the world’s first center of distillation excellence in Schiedam, Holland? And did you know that the display technology in the MEDEA limited editions bottles can be traced over 150 years to physicist and mathematician James Clerk Maxwell? Maxwell’s Equations, adapted to suit modern technology, are all around you – from mobile phones, to digital cameras, to Times Square billboards, and to each of the MEDEA limited edition bottles that allow you to program up to six messages of double tweets. Rooted in the world’s best technology for distillation and displays, MEDEA Vodka is simply the