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.
The second edition of Absolut for the south American market (after Rio), this edition was designed by Dr Lakra, a Mexican artist. There are three elements to the design: Balam, a Jaguar who is the protector of harvest in the Mayan religion, Hurukan, the Mayan god of wind, storm and fire and Kukulkna, god of resurrection and reincarnation.
As you'd expect from the producer this is a high quality premium Russian vodka. Kauffman Jewish Standard is made from high quality spirit and then infused with matzah. It is, of course, certified kosher. L'chaim!
An eye-catching skull-shaped bottle for comedy legend Dan Aykroyd's Crystal head vodka. The bottle is made by Bruni Glass in Italy, and the kosher-certified vodka is made with pure Newfoundland water and filtered through 500-million year-old crystals known as Herkimer diamonds.
Produced from French grapes harvested when frozen, then cold-fermented into wine, distilled five (yes five!) times and packaged in a fantastically heavy bottle, Ciroc is one of a new breed of ultra-premium vodkas manufactured in France.
The quirkily packaged white barrel edition of NEFT Vodka. Initially produced as the owners saw vodka in Siberia - as a product made by oilmen for oilmen, this is now made in Austria using the best Austrian grain and freshest local Alpine spring water.