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 Polish potato based vodka, part of Vestal's range of high quality vintaged spirits. The potatoes used as the base for this vodka are the Vineta varietal and are all grown in the Kaszebe region of central northern Poland.
Absolut's entry into the super-premium category is a combination of both continuous and batch-distilled vodkas designed to achieve a new 'level' of smoothness and purity. (See what they did there? Clever.)
Hand-distilled under vacuum in London's Highgate by Master Distiller Ian Hart, Sacred is an aromatic, complex vodka flavoured with seven botanicals including angelica, nutmeg and distilled frankincense (Boswellia Sacra) from which its name is derived.
Staritsky Levistsky Reserve Vodka is a vintage vodka made from grain harvested from black earth and spring water enriched by quartz. This is produced in small batches in the Carpathian region of Ukraine.
A limited edition bottle of Stolichnaya, originally introduced for travel retail. Yuri Gorbachev has created this colourful label, which represents four of the factors in Stolichnaya creation - earth, fire, water and air.
The second edition of Absolut's Blank Vodka, designed by Dave ?Kinsey. 20 world-renowned artists were asked to decorate a blank Absolut bottle, with the best seeing their work commissioned. Inside, the contents are Absolut's Original Blue Label vodka, a world best seller produced in Sweden.
Chase is a superb potato vodka from the people who brought us Tyrrell's lovely crisps. Fabulously creamy and smooth - serve straight from the fridge for best effects. San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2010: Best Vodka in the World; Double Gold Medal
Croatia's Akvinta is a blend of triple-distilled high-grade Italian wheat spirit filtered through Charcoal, Marble, Silver, Gold and Platinum and then diluted with Croatian spring water. First appearing in the UK's style bars in 2008, Akvinta quickly established itself in the super-premium vodka category and has been picking up Gold Medals at various international competitions ever since. Akvinta is certified both kosher and organic.
A special release of Absolut, combining a litre of their crisp Swedish vodka with a limited edition bottle. The bottle is faceted to reflect light and the label is made out of fabric, in honour of the fashion industry.
Another interesting release in Smirnoff's range of flavoured vodkas. Infused with dark roasted espresso, this coffee flavoured vodka is bottled at a strength of 50%, leading to a richer drinking experience.
A bottle of sweet tea flavoured vodka from Virginia-based James river Plantation. Made using real brewed tea combined with vodka, serve one part to three parts chilled water for a 'southern Sweet Tea'.
An Osobaya vodka - tiny infusions of buckwheat honey and cedar nuts - this new vodka has been making waves in the UK on trade and claims that it does not need to be chilled and can be enjoyed at room temperature.