Stolichnaya Gold Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Stolichnaya (Russian: Столичная, also known as Stoli) is a vodka made of wheat and rye grain. A well-known Soviet brand, the ownership of Stolichnaya has been disputed since the dissolution of the Soviet Union between Russian state-owned company FKP Soyuzplodoimport and SPI Group, a private company founded and owned by Russian billionaire Yuri Shefler.
Stoli is the vodka of historians, the booze for people who remember that there was once a country called the Soviet Union, and it was once an existential threat for the West. Stoli’s lineup of flavours reads like a tipsy trip to the produce department that trails off into the candy aisle. There’s Lime, Cucumber, Blueberi, Razberi (their spelling); and there’s also Salted Caramel and “Stoli Hot” (which has smoky Jalapeno heat and kind of begs to be tested out in some sort of Slavic spicy Margarita).
Stolichnaya is a sucking addition. Its scent is extremely strong that will suck all your senses. A consumer says "To me, Stoli is a strong vodka. It burns like hell so I have no clue what it tastes like & it gives me a headache the next day. Yet, I always go back to it."
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