Ultimate Beverage Challenge 87 points - Ultimate Beverage Challenge (Apr 2016)
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
|The Vodka is pretty good. It lives in the upper tiers of spirits and is more of an A- than a B+ It worked well with a variety of mixers including screwdrivers and vodka tonics, it also sat well on it’s own as a straight martini and as an icy shot. Cold does seem to bring out it’s unique flavor a little more than some vodkas. And the LED seems to suffer no ill effects from sitting in an supercold freezer for several days. As the bottle retails for 40$ the question comes to mind, how much of this cost is simply for the LED (i.e. the gimmick)? I’m pleased to say, not much. If it helps to think of of it as a 35 dollar bottle with a 5 dollar bonus toy.