Tesco Value Vodka Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Vodka
Newest Review: ... is pretty much the standard industry strength for Vodka. It has a white screw top, it's a few pound cheaper than Red ... more
by - written on 05/02/13 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I don't by any means consider myself to be a connoisseur when it comes to spirits and alcohol in general and I am usually quite happy to drink whatever is served me when I go to someone's house but even I can tell the difference between Tesco Value Vodka and higher quality alternatives such as Russian Standard and even Smirnoff. Of course the first thing that you notice is the difference in quality when it comes to the packaging. This has the blue and white branding that all Tesco Value products have and it immediately looks off putting and even the bottle is a horrible shape and looks cheap and nasty. I'm not sure if this has changed to the Everyday Value ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/12 (Very useful, 150 readings)
I will admit I am not a vodka fan in general, I find it far too strong, but we needed some for a punch we were making. We already had some 'good' vodka for guests in the name of Smirnoff Red, and we just wanted something cheap to put in the punch because so many other ingredients were going in we didn't think it would matter. So, the cheapest one in Tesco was Tesco Value Vodka, branded with the blue stripes, though everything Tesco Value is in the transition phase of being rebranded Everyday Value so I would expect the branding and the bottle to change in time. The bottle is a plain glass one with a very plain white label and a screw top cap, and the price at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 525 readings)
Tesco Value Vodka, 70cl - £7.48 Now lets be honest, Vodka is not a drink you drink for the taste of it. Not on it's own, anyway. It is a nice drink with a mixer, but tastes fowl alone. Tesco Value Vodka doesn't taste as nice as say, Smirnoff, but due to the nature of the drink, this is not a huge issue. If you are planning on drinking shots then you might want to go for one of the more expensive brands. But if you are planning on mixing it, the taste is not as much of an issue. Personally, I do not drink shots (not of Vodka anyway!) so cannot really comment on this aspect. I tend to use Value Vodka to make cocktails or drink it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/09 (Very useful, 413 readings)
Let's be clear: Tesco Value Vodka is not a drink anyone buys to put on display in their 'drinks cabinet' or to carry around with them to look cool. It's cheap alcohol, costing just over £7 for 700ml of the stuff. With its 37.5% alcohol content this is strictly one for (a) the cash-strapped / and students; (b) those who want to swig it in order to make themselves pass out as quickly as possible. On those terms, it works very well indeed for its intended purpose. Tesco Value Vodka, admittedly, doesn't taste great; it tastes of vodka, which tastes of raw alcohol presented in justabout its purest legal concentration. This is by no means a sippin' ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/09 (Very useful, 287 readings)
My mate does a wicked recipe that involves marinating chicken strips in a vodka and red wine mix. It's a yummy dish but the marinating takes up nearly half a bottle of vodka and then it just goes down the sink after which is a wicked waste in my opinion! lol Vodka is getting proper dear at the minute so one weekend she brought a bottle of Tesco Value Vodka for her recipe because the chicken isn't actually cooked in the vodka so she thought a cheapo meths type one would be ok. It cost about £7.00 for a 70cl bottle and that's loads cheaper than Smirnoff or Absolut. After we'd pee'd ourselves laughing at the manky Value bottle she poured some out to marinate ... Read the complete review
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