He also goes on to say......
Thibault added that even good vodkas kept at room temperature might be a little too aggressive, though.
He recommended storing Grey Goose at 0-4 degrees Celsius (32-39 degrees Fahrenheit).
32 degrees is pretty damn cold.
you keep vodka in the freezer so that when you serve it, it's chilled and refreshing, like a glass of water. ... That means after vodka hangs out in the freezer for awhile it has a better texture. Great for doing shots this way.
A good way to keep your Vodka cold while drinking with company is take a standard sized bottle, fill up an empty milk carton with water, put the bottle in it, and freeze it. When frozen, peel off the carton, place ice block of Vodka in a deep plate or little bucket, place on table and enjoy.
I just picked up some Twenty 2 Vodka, small batch (50 gallon still) hand crafted, corn distilled. I'll let you know how it is, once I crack it open & try.