I’m a veteran vodka drinker and a bartender at a resort in Texas. When I first tried Dripping Springs I was pleasantly surprised at the crystal clear taste and the long smooth finish. There’s a hint of sweetness and you can also taste a trace of the mineral-rich Texas Hill Country spring water that they use to hand craft this vodka. It’s micro-distilled 20 times in small proprietary copper stills and then filtered through charcoal. The best martini I’ve ever had! No vermouth needed.
Reviewer: Vicky Braden
Reviewer: Tom Servaux
I’m frankly not much of a vodka connoisseur although I can appreciate Grey Goose, Stoli, ketel one, etc. but they just don’t fit into my budget so I buy Taaka (cough). Recently, I read about Dripping Springs from a note on the shelf. I had to try it. I added no vermouth, no olive juice, no olives just shook it up with ice and poured it. I can see why it scooped the aforementioned vodka’s. I’ve been bragging about it ever since and now its my brand regardless of cost.
Reviewer: Robert W. Kerrigan