Vodka has become the most successful spirit in the last few years because it's the most versatile, mixing more readily with a wider range of ingredients than any other spirit. Vodka offers more cocktails, and inspires more new cocktails, than any other spirit, and it is cocktails that drive vodka's popularity. Read More »
A bottle of this highly unusual limited edition vodka from Chase distillery, which has been smoked with English oak for an intriguingly delicious flavour almost reminiscent of a fine reposado tequila or mezcal. This is superb, and was named as Best Potato Vodka in a recent taste-test by Harper's Wine & Spirit magazine.
A superb vodka, whose original limited edition release completely sold out, from the splendid Chase distillery. This is flavoured with Seville Orange Marmalade and is brilliant in mixed drinks - try with grapefruit juice and a spot of grenadine.
A interesting twist to the already popular Ciroc Vodka. The base spirit for Ciroc Coconut is made by distilling French grapes, from the Cognac region, five times. Natural ingredients are then infused to create Ciroc Coconut.
A interesting twist to the already popular Ciroc Vodka. The base spirit for Ciroc Peach is made by distilling French grapes, from the Cognac region, five times. Natural ingredients are then infused to create Ciroc Peach.
Ciroc Red Berry is a 2013 addition to the UK range. Five times distilled French vodka made with grapes is blended with fresh raspberries and blackberries. Enjoy on the rocks or in a variety of cocktails.
A classic Russian vodka, clean and crisp with a little bit of grain flavour. Perfect for drinking straight, as is the Russian way, Beluga has become a huge word of mouth success story since first pitching up on these shores in 2009. Beluga is made, unusually, with barley malt spirit, and is very lightly flavoured with honey and extracts of oat and milk thistle.
Wyborowa Exquisite is a premium vodka from Polish distiller Polmos, made using high quality grain grown near the village of Turew. It's a crisp and clean vodka showing off the best of Polish distilling. IWSC 2012 - Gold Medal - Vodka
A recreation of the historic Polugar originally produced in 19th century Russia, but today produced in Poland. No.2 uses a combination of rye and wheat, and is flavoured with garlic and pepper – this will make an excellent Bloody Mary.
A recreation of the historic Polugar originally produced in 19th century Russia, but today produced in Poland. No.4 uses a combination of rye and wheat, and is flavoured with natural essential oils of honey and allspice.
Xellent Vodka (see what they did there?) is allegedly the first and only Swiss vodka. We really like the way this has been designed and judging by the accolades around the bottles neck, the vodka isn't too bad either.
Part joke, part dissection of a gin, this is a single botanical spirit using solely juniper as a flavour. As such it's legally a gin, as well as a flavoured vodka - the folks at Williams Chase have put on two labels, one for each designation to allow you to decide which you think it is.
A very eye-catching bottle of vodka from US distiller High West, who also make bourbon and rye whiskey. High West 7000' is so-named because the distillery's bar is at exactly 7000ft in altitude in Utah's Rocky Mountains. Uniquely, this vodka has been distilled from oats in a copper pot-still and is diluted without demineralising the water.