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 »
Davna Bizon is made to a traditional recipe in Poland. The grass is harvested in the summer from the Bialowieza forest, spread out and gently heated, whilst having alcohol poured over it. The resulting extract is then blended with Polish grain vodka to give a spicy and sweet flavoured vodka.
A bottle of Kubanskaya, a Russian vodka with a hint of lemon. The historic brand has carried the image of a Cossack on horseback for many decades and was originally produced at the Kristall distillery in Moscow, where Stolichnaya was also born.
Eristoff Vodka is based on the recipe perfected in Georgia by Prince Nikolai Eristoff in 1806. Eristoff is 100% pure grain vodka, distilled three times then filtered through charcoal (a popular process in 18th century Russia).
A cult Polish vodka, Cytrynowka is flavoured with lemon peel and leaves and is dry and full-bodied in the traditional style. Cytrynowka has a rich tradition, having been made in Poland for hundreds of years.
A premium Polish grain vodka flavoured with aromatic Linden honey from the blossom of the Linden Tree, helped by bees kept in the Polish highlands. A soft, fresh and light flavour with hints of eucalyptus, marzipan and berries. Makes a great long drink with lemonade.
Developed in 1996 by Elzbieta Goldynka of the Zielona Gora distillery, Siwucha is a magnificent Polish rye vodka made and presented in the traditional style with a cork stopper and wax seal. It's aged in oak, aromatised with sloes and a small proportion of unrectified barley spirit is added before bottling.