The case is made time and again. A vodka must have something different to justify its space on the already overcrowded shelves at on- and off-premise. Why take down one vodka to make room for another? The answer is always the same: flavor profile. Bare Bone Vodka is proof that if the product in the bottle stands out, then the trade, and ultimately the consumer, will make room for it.
Fragrant, herbaceous notes on the nose. Velvety viscosity on the palate with welcomed roundness. Its creaminess ensures a smooth delivery. A slight kick (perhaps from the corn spice) kept me interested. This vodka achieves serious depth through carefully arranged, slight botanical notes on the back palate. A hint of spice on the end, redolent of what I got from the nose earlier.
— Cornelius Geary, Publisher.