Vodka was made to be flavorless (except if the company decides to spice things up, making it flavored vodka), transparent, and in all ways light. Linked to 14th-century Russian heritage, vodka is a neutral spirit old-fashionedly lacking a distinguishing character, aroma, taste or color. Nonetheless, with recent changes in trends, most vodka brands currently have products infused with fruit flavor and aroma. Gotten from the word “Voda”, which is the Russian word for water, also vodka in Russian means ‘little stream’. Its characteristics are well known to be colorless, clear and smooth. Think of Vodka as a pure spirit with a very neutral taste.

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