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 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.
A properly authentic luxury Russian vodka that undergoes a unique five-stage filtration through specially-modified charcoal made from the stones of peaches and apricots. Each authentic Russian bottle is manually painted with the traditional Russian Palekh lacquer technique and is signed by an individual artist.
A very big 1.75 litre bottle of Dan Aykroyd's Crystal Head vodka, packaged in a suitably sized glass skull. Not only is it one of the best bottles we've ever seen, it's also a great vodka, and is filtered seven times, three of them through crystals known as Herkimer diamonds.
A hugely desirable special edition release from Dan Aykroyd's Canadian vodka brand, Crystal Head, in honour of the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones. In the zippered display box are a bottle of Crystal Head vodka with special cork stopper; a glass stopper with an etched Stones 'Lips' logo; and an exclusive double CD of live Stones hits including Wild Horses, Gimme Shelter and Sympathy for the Devil. This CD is unavailable for sale anywhere else.
A magnum of Belvedere Unfiltered Vodka. Made from Dankowskie Diamond rye, it's distilled 4 times and then left unfiltered to preserve the unique flavour of the grain. Great in cocktails or just on its own.
A super premium vodka from Beluga, Gold Line is an impressively crisp and pure spirit packaged extravagantly. It even comes with a small hammer and brush to aid in the clean removal of the wax that seals the bottle.