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 »
Square One is an organic vodka from the USA and their basil infused variety uses 4 types of the herb, Genovese, Thai, Lemon and Sweet, along with coriander, honeysuckle and lemongrass to produce a complex herbal spirit.
Marquis is an extremely fancily-packaged private label vodka distilled by Polmos Bialystok in Poland from 'exceptional rye grain'. The Latin motto on the bottle is Nulli Secundis, meaning Second to None.
This Mamont Siberian vodka's bottle is in fact based on the shape of an mammoth's tusk. A real Siberian product from start to finish, this uses pure Siberian water and Siberian wheat. Triple filtered though Siberian birch charcoal, local cedar nuts are added as a finishing touch.
An eye-catching bottle for this top-quality super-premium Russian vodka. Legend of Kremlin is a pure grain vodka made with soft spring water and is so highly-regarded in its homeland that it is supplied to the Kremlin, the Duma (Russian parliament) and various other government and federal agencies in Russia for official functions.
Pravda is a handmade premium vodka from southern Poland, where it is distilled using late harvest 'sweet' rye and very pure springwater from the nearby Carpathian mountains. Perhaps uniquely, after a five-stage column distillation, Pravda is then redistilled in a copper still to impart a smoother quality to the spirit.
Developed by Master Blender Börje Karlsson, the man who came up with the recipe for Absolut, Karlsson's Gold is made from Swedish new potatoes and instead of being distilled ad infinitum, has been very carefully distilled just once to preserve the flavour and character of the ingredients. This is not just some style-bar gimmick, but a real vodka with real flavour - Bravo.
A premium Fairtrade vodka from French pioneers Fair - pioneers because they use Bolivian quinoa as the base grain for their vodka, a grain better known as a superfood and vegetarian protein replacement. The quinoa travels over to Cognac, where Fair's team brew and distill the vodka, before sending it out around the world.
Launched in 2010, Konik's Tail is named after the wild ponies of Poland's primeval forest, and is crafted from three distinct grains - Spelt, Rye and early winter Wheat, represented by the three koniks on the label. With this sort of USP and a stylish, understated packaging ethos, we suspect Konik's Tail will be a hit in the style bars.
A high quality vodka from Ciroc, made from 'snap frost' grapes that are cold fermented before being distilled in a combination of steel and copper stills. The end result is a crisp and clean tasting French vodka.
A very interesting addition to the range from American vodka brand Square One - this botanical vodka made with 100% organic rye has been flavoured with a variety of interesting ingredients including pear, camomile, rosemary and lavender.
Five Wives is a Utah-produced vodka first intorudced at the end of 2011. Distilled using a 50/50 blend of corn and wheat using water from the Wasatch mountains, this has a subtle sweetness on the palate.
From Cognac in France, this breakthrough wheat-based small-batch ultra-premium vodka has achieved global success and won a Platinum medal at the World Spirits Championship. Grey Goose was bought by Bacardi for over $2 billion in 2002.