The initial nosing passes find subtle traces of charcoal and roasted grain which are followed by sweeter aromas of sweet grain mash and pipe tobacco. Entry is smoky and charred; the midpalate is oily, moderately viscous, semisweet and robust. Ends on a delicious oily, bacon-like note. A very well-made American pot still vodka.
I am a straight vodka drinker - prefer an onion over an olive. I've drank Ketel, Grey Goose, Stoli, Aboslute, and several other top shelf vodkas. Tito's is my favorite. Smooth taste and nice finish!