The best vodkas are not supposed to have any flavor, smell or color, and Grey Goose and V One are examples of high-quality, popular vodkas. Find a nice, clean vodka for sipping or mixing with information from a professional bartender in this free video on alcohol.
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What are the best vodkas? That's kind of subjective. A good vodka by definition is not supposed to have any flavor, any smell or any color. It's just supposed to be neutral, I guess. Grey Goose, V One, these are some really popular good vodkas. I suppose the process in making a vodka smoother is a filtering process. And I guess if it's just made more carefully, surprisingly if you take a really low quality vodka and just run it through a Brita filter a few times, it becomes a lot better. And I suppose if you're making vodka on a large scale, the filtering process must be expensive because you are going to pay a lot more for a good vodka like one of these. And there are also good flavored vodkas like Van Gogh, espresso vodka. It's still a very strong vodka, but something like this. I hate vodka and I could sip on something like this, even without any ice.