42 Below Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Bacardi Limited is the largest American privately held, family-owned spirits company in the world.Originally known for its eponymous Bacardi white rum, it now has a portfolio of more than 200 brands and labels. Bacardi Limited has made numerous acquisitions to diversify away from the eponymous Bacardi rum brand. In 1993, Bacardi merged with Martini & Rossi, the Italian producer of Martini vermouth and sparkling wines, creating the Bacardi-Martini group. Vodka: Grey Goose, Eristoff, Ultimat Vodka, Russian Prince, 42 Below, Plume & Petal
Back in December 2011 Buffalo Jern wrote a review for Honest Booze Reviews website about ¨42 Below Vodka 750mL¨
Whasssssssssup? Now seriously people on this limited edition internet, what is in fact going on? Not that I really care though feel free to comment with your responses because I’m merely segwaying into my point which is my feelings on 42 Below Vodka. Which wishes it got 42 points on our scale. Now dammit I’ve gone and done the Justice thing where I make it painfully obvious whether or not something is good before the jump. Though to be fair this vodka is in a way painful for us so deal with it. OH RIGHT. In case you’ve neglected to notice I am the Buffalo (Not Jern), and while this comes to you in the future it is present time in Buffalo. (Not the City, though maybe.) What does this mean? It means I’m not going to be nice here. I could try and say that 42 Below Vodka isn’t bad for coming from New Zealand, or that it mixes well enough to not discount it in a taste test or bar, but let’s face it. This scored worse than Effen our most hated (and oddly most viewed) vodka. How they think they can get away with their flowery words and twenty buck price point baffles me. IT BAFFLES ME. SERIOUSLY YOU CAN GET SKYY WHICH IS BETTER FOR THE SAME PRICE AND IS MORE WELL KNOWN. Honestly if you buy this you buy it for one and only one reason, because it’s from New Zealand. So because of your LotR dvd’s you remember such a place exists you get to be curious about the spirit they produce. Let me solve said curiosity. NO. Just No. Please No. We mention with the Wodka response that we weren’t going to make friends with companies because of the harshness of our reviews. Honestly I’d be fine to start a war with New Zealand Vodka makers, because I’d carpet bomb the shit out of them. Hartford, CT too for Popov, but that’s a different story. Speaking of stories, more importantly fiction here’s what they have to say.