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 fruit vodka from Absolut, combining tangy Acai berries with pomegranate and bluberry for a zingy spirit. These are then blended with vodka distilled from southern Swedish grain. Serve with sparkling water for a deliciously refreshing long drink.
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
An excellent sweet tea infused vodka, made at the Firefly distillery on Wadmalaw Island in South Carolina and perfect for long drinks. Distilled four times, the spirit is infused with tea grown just five miles from the distillery and then blended with sugar cane from Louisiana.
A bottle of Grasovka's Bisongrass vodka, made using the bison grass that grows in the Bialowieza national park on the border between Poland and Belarus. Best served in the traditional way, chilled and mixed with apple juice.
Quadruple-distilled at 42 degrees below the equator in New Zealand - where the air is the purest on Earth - using non GM wheat and some of the world's cleanest water: hardly surprising it tastes so good...
Flavoured with pear, strawberry and mint, Aivy (pronounced 'eye-vee') has a tasty complexity of flavour and is best served well chilled, in Caiparoskas, or on the rocks. 'French Bay' vodka is a translation of Franska Bukten in Stockholm, where creators Cariel came up with Aivy.