Is Kirkland Vodka GREY Goose?

Is Kirkland vodka the same as GREY Goose vodka?

All current evidence indicates that Kirkland Signature French Vodka, nor any other products sold by Costco, are in any way affiliated with the Grey Goose brand.

While the brands may have some similar ingredients and distillation practices, these are not coordinated efforts..

Is Kirkland vodka Tito’s?

No. Tito’s is a corn-based vodka made in the US. Kirkland vodka is grain-based (winter wheat, if I recall correctly), made in France.

Where does Kirkland vodka come from?

Kirkland’s French vodka, according to Vice’s Munchies column, is made from water that comes from the same Gensac Springs in France’s cognac region where Grey Goose gets their own water — although the pricier brand does, of course, claim to use an “exclusive” well, as well as using wheat milled via a proprietary method.

What is the Kirkland Vodka?

Kirkland Signature Vodka And while the manufacturer of Kirkland’s Signature Vodka does distill the vodka from Grey Goose’s same water source in Cognac, France according to a comprehensive article in Munchies, Goose told the publication that it gets its water from an exclusive well.

Which Kirkland Vodka is like GREY goose?

Vodka enthusiasts say this is why Costco’s Kirkland bottle tastes so good. It has frequently defeated Grey Goose in blind tastings despite being a third of the price: Costco’s 1.75-liter French vodka costs $19.99, while you can expect to pay about $60 for the same-size bottle of Grey Goose, which is owned by Bacardi.

How much alcohol does Kirkland Vodka?

Both are double distilled, 100% agave from the same growing region, aged in American oak, and 40% alcohol by volume.

Which Kirkland Vodka is best?

Best: Kirkland Signature American Vodka It’s sold in a frosted bottle — unlike the glossy clear glass of their popular French vodka — and is reportedly distilled six times for ultra-smoothness.

Why is GREY goose so expensive?

According to Grey Goose, the wheat is grown in France and comes from prime sources. It stands to reason that the distiller pays more for its grain than cheaper products do. The glass and packaging are also made in France, which is going to come at a premium price to their competitors.

Why is the Costco brand called Kirkland?

Costco introduced Kirkland Signature as its private label in 1992, deriving the name from the location of Costco’s then corporate headquarters, Kirkland, Washington (their headquarters later moved, roughly 12 miles (19 km), to Issaquah, Washington).