The best tasting vodkas should be flavorless and odorless, such as Grey Goose, V1 or Jewel of Russia. Find out how vodka that has better grains and is filtered more, will be more expensive and taste better, with information from a professional bartender in this free video on vodka.
What is the best tasting vodka? Well, this is a hard question to answer, because everyone has their own personal taste, so vodka is supposed to be flavorless, and odorless. This is what most people would judge a good vodka by. Some of the most popular vodkas are Absolut, Stoli, both of which have unique flavors I would say, when it comes to vodka. Grey Goose is on the higher end of vodkas, and this vodka does not have much of a flavor, it's very smooth. V1 is another one, that's, I think is a drinkable vodka. I don't really like vodka, but I can handle this one. It doesn't really taste like anything. It doesn't have that strong bite, that I find appealing. Vodkas such as Sutton Club, are incredibly cheap vodkas, used in mixed drinks normally. People almost never drink these straight. Usually with vodka, what you pay for is what you get. With most alcohol, this is the case, so higher priced vodkas are made with better quality ingredients, better grains, are filtered more, and that's why they're more expensive, and that's why they're smoother, and that's why they taste better, so go to the liquor store, look at the top shelf stuff, experiment, because even though they are very expensive, they all have subtle differences. I would suggest either V1, if you can find it, or Jewel of Russia, if any store has that near you.