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    February 16, 2009

    I’ve never seen the Beluga, but it sounds great. I usually love a grey goose martini… Mabye it could make a great replacement!

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    Litha to kommissar
    March 20, 2009

    better try polish shopen vodka. grey goose is good vodka,but realy not the best. and never try russky standrat:))

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    March 20, 2009

    Indeed. Russkiy Standart used to be quite good 5+ years ago but is definitely to be avoided right now.

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    April 15, 2009

    I got one bottle of beluga as a gift after I started up some machines in siberia. I didn’t see the beluga in stores but I didn’t really look for it. it did however cost 53€ for 0.7L in the tax free so if you can get it for $30 then it’s a bargain. it’s very nice.

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    Leo the traveler
    November 19, 2009

    I have been to Novsibirsk,and that is where I tasted Beluga for the first time.Been looking for it ever since.I gave up the search for a while,’til tonight,when I found your site.Let me just say that I’ve had plenty of vodkas and I fell in love with Beluga.Smooth and no overpowering aftertaste.A bit sweet,but to be expected and not too sweet.Great straight or in a martini,but dont waste it in a screwdriver.If you’re going to have a driver,use Mr.Belvedere or “Stully’s”

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    March 26, 2010

    It is quite difficult to say which vodka is better. The best vodka is supoosed to be the one without color, aroma or taste!!!!. It should taste only pure alchohol. In my opinion smirnoff is already as good as Beluga or Belevedere or Grey Goose.

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    March 29, 2010

    I just purchased Beluga in Brooklyn, NY. I did hear a lot about it. While not a professional taster i consider myself mature vodka drinker. After tasting Beluga Vodka i must say that its probably the best vodka i ever tasted-clear, no smell,no taste. Unlike some other overrated French vodka which smell like a perfume. Actually, surprisingly i try Beluga at room temperature and it was great. If Russkies continue to produce Beluga at the same standards i can see this vodka to be rated #1 within 5 years in the world.

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    January 24, 2011

    My girlfriend’s father brought a bottle with him from Russia. Being with her has developed my vodka palate over the past year+. We usually drink it Russian style; frozen straight shots (rumki), with a bite of appy (zakuska) to follow. I would rate the Beluga as FAR superior to anything I’ve ever had, and that includes G.G., Belvedere, Russian Standard, Ablsolut, Iceberg, Stoli, etc.

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    June 18, 2011

    During a visit to Kiev I also found Beluga and Beluga Gold Line, for sure the best vodka I ever tried…The gold line is excellent but to expensive and the standard is still superior to most of the vodkas I tried before and in line with Chopin and Ultimate which where upto now my favourites.

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    February 22, 2012

    found a bottle in a shop in london yesterday, amazing truly amazing, never again shall i pollute my palate with crap like smirnoff.

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    April 16, 2012

    Saw Beluga in the St. Regis in Miami, but was very expensive for a martini. So I passed.

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    April 22, 2012

    I usually purchase Belvedere Intense 50% and on a recent trip to Turkmenistan I was directed to the Beluga by an attendant at Heathrow London – its on a similar price point at £40.00 for 1 Litre in Duty Free and MUCH MORE smoother and fresher than the Belvedere with a pleasant after taste albeit without the kick. 5*

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    December 21, 2012

    I purchased a 750ml of beluga at Munich duty free shop. I love it…. Always like my vodka straight and it was the smoothes vodka I have ever tasted… Unfortunaly I havent been able to find it at the liquor stores around here :( I can get it through the net but they want like $23 for ups shiping and the bottle is about $30.

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    December 22, 2012

    I have tested many brands of Vodka, but the best vodka I have ever test is the Beluga, bought it from Russia for under $30 and it was one of the most expensive … Great ever Vodka

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    March 2, 2013

    We have done many shots of Graygoose and we have done many shots of Beluga and we overall prefer Beluga. It goes down much smoother than Graygoose, however we will still buy both. We only pay $19.99 for a 750ml bottle of Beluga at Mission Wine & Spirits.

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    Alex Navy
    August 6, 2014

    Monte Carlo vodka , is the best on the market the taste is way far from the all others…

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