Here's Why You Shouldn't Store Vodka In The Freezer
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No matter what kind of vodka you like to keep on hand, chances are that you likely store it in the freezer. This is certainly a popular practice, but storing the liquor that cold is not the best idea, as the quality of the vodka dictates what temperature you should store it at.
According to Grey Goose mastermind Francois Thibault, keeping vodka in the freezer is only acceptable for low-quality or cheap vodka brands. For top-shelf vodkas, there's a much better storage method that you should be using.
Premium vodka should be stored between 32 and 39 degrees Fahrenheit, conveniently the temperature of most refrigerators. Thibault explains that this is “the temperature of a slight dilution with ice in a mixing glass," allowing the subtle notes and flavors of high quality vodka to shine through.