17 reviews of Blue Ice
Potato vodka, very nice, very smooth.
Reviewer: Jeanne Aranha | Score: 5
I think this Potato Vodka from the Northwest US is definitely better than the likes of Stoli and Ketel.
Smoother, creamier and less $.
Definitely a notable difference
Reviewer: Rick | Score: 8
Potato Vodka Par Excellance!
Extremely smooth, satisfying, wonderful.
Reviewer: John Sergochnikoff | Score: 5
My new favorite!!!! Awesome!
Reviewer: Doug Conrady | Score: 5
smooth, nice full flavor. my favorite, if I can find it I buy as many bottles as I can.
Reviewer: Mark Palmquist | Score: 5
Its kinda new around my parts but its very clean smooth mixes very well.
Reviewer: rodell | Score: 4
crisp, full bodied texture with a very light and smooth finish. No specific aromas. Attractive bottle, great Vodka, good for any event.
Reviewer: Andy Ingalls | Score: 4
excellent tasting vodka, one of the best i've ever tried, albeit somewhat rare
Reviewer: jonny blase | Score: 5
A good, solid potato vodka. Very smooth and clean without loosing any of the creaminess found in potato vodkas. However, there really isn't anything noteworthy about the aroma or taste for me to give it 5 starts. Good potato vodka for the money.
Reviewer: Charmin Hassenfeffer | Score: 4
I did my own taste test of potato vodkas. Included in my selections were Chopin, Lukusowa. I also added Sobieski. I was pleasantly surprised that Blue Ice won easily. It was notably smoother and crisper than the other candidates. I would also compare it favorably with Belvedere and Grey Goose. It was nice to find an American product that easily outstripped foreign competition.
The only foreign competitor which I would rate close is Swedish Kristall. While I have not yet tried Russian Crystal, I pllan to do so soon.
Reviewer: Jim | Score: 1
One of the only real vodkas produced anywhere in the world and certainly in the US, that is actually made from potatoes, as all vodkas should be. It is much more expensive to make a good vodka from potatoes, but the taste is unbeatable and historically authentic.
Reviewer: Jen | Score: 5
Taste tested this along with Stoli and UV. The UV didn't compete with the others, as expected. Blue Ice had NO odor, vs Stoli's antiseptic odor. Stoli was cleaner first, but left an aftertaste that Blue Ice did not have.
Reviewer: HB Stone | Score: 5
SMOOOOOOOOOOOOTH, my girlfriend and i have only purchased grey goose for a year now. she will only drink grey goose at bars etc.....snobe city. vons had blue ice on sale so we tried it. i could not believe the smoothness and clean taste of the vodka. she was actually very impressed as well. for the money this vodka is excellent
Reviewer: blackout | Score: 5
Very tasty vodka, however, for as much ice as I had in my glass, this stuff still had a slight burn going on. For the money, go with Zodiac vodka.
Reviewer: Ray Abraham | Score: 3
Disregard the last review! I did not have Blue Ice in my glass. Now I do and this is simply the greatest vodka I've ever tried!!!!!!!! Smooth, nose of slight vanilla, citrus. Tastes of powdered sugar dusting over really great buttered potatoes. Thick and a little oily, coating with a light lingering aftertaste. Best neat, on the rocks or chilled. Use something else for mixing!
Reviewer: Ray Abraham | Score: 5
Reviewer: Joe | Score: 2
I really wanted to try a potato vodka. What a mistake. This taste like some moonshine I had one time. If you like a bite then you might like this.
Reviewer: Pam | Score: 1