Vodka keeps hair on your knuckles in a snowstorm. Vodka keeps you warm when there’s no fire. For the love of alcohol, this is true blue vodka.
Chopin is basically flavorless and recommended for mixed drinks. However, if you like to endure the burn and throw back your premier bottles straight up, you’ll be swaying all the way from the dining room table to about four feet from the dining room table, where you’ll be woken up the next morning. That is if you throw back the whole bottle.
Chopin’s got some strength to it, especially when you underestimate the lack of flavor. The burn is phenomenally tingling, damn near healing to the throat. It blends excellently with just about anything you toss into it, spiking citrusy juices, or simply tossed back in a shot or two. Chopin’s the premier vodka I want on my top shelf when an old friend comes to town.