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Vodka is a distilled spirit produced most often from grain or potatoes. Traditionally, the clear liqueur is known from Russia and Poland, but today it is produced all over the world. The United States and all parts of Europe contribute to the global vodka market. It is also drunk all over the world. Russia and Eastern European countries drink the most, closely followed by American vodka, it is also the most popular liqueur for cocktails, mixed drinks and shots, and is therefore essential in every bar. There are also a number of investment vodkas.

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06 Vodka

70cl / 37.5% - 06 Vodka Rosé is inspired by the picturesque scenery of Provence and the French Riviera, and is made by infusing French winter wheat vodka with a Provence Rosé active wine extract. Aromas of strawberries and cream fill the nose, complemented...

Price from 48 €

Absolut Pears Vodka

70cl / 38% - A pear variant for the Swedish vodka behemoth and style icon. Try it with a drop of fresh lemon juice, sugar syrup and ice.

Price from 27 €

Absolut Lime

70cl / 40% - Absolut Lime is the second release of a citrus-flavoured vodka from the Swedish brand after the popular Citron. Slightly sweet and fruity, this will make a refreshing V&T.

Price from 26 €

Absolut Citron Vodka

70cl / 40% - A delicious flavoured Absolut blended with extracts of various citrus fruits including lemon, lime, grapefruit and orange.

Price from 25 €

Absolut Mango Vodka

70cl / 38% - Absolut Mango is produced entirely from natural ingredients - mainly Swedish water from a deep well, winter wheat and mangoes. It has proved a huge hit since it was first launched back in 2007 and when you taste it, you'll understand why.

Price from 27 €

Absolut Raspberri Vodka

70cl / 38% - Very recent addition to Absolut's flavour range, with a pretty unrestrained, intense taste of ripened raspberries and a fresh and fruity finish.

Price from 27 €

Absolut Vanilla Vodka

70cl / 38% - A recent addition to the Absolut range, Absolut Vanilia has delicious cream soda and ice cream flavours without being too sweet. Delicious served straight from the freezer.

Price from 26 €

Aivy Black Vodka / Lemon, Blackcurrant, Mint

70cl / 37.5% - A brand extension for Swedish 'triple-flavoured' vodka Aivy from the makers of Cariel. Aivy Black has been flavoured with Lemon, Blackcurrant & Mint.

Price from 18 €

Amass Botanic Vodka

70cl / 40% - A light, floral vodka from California that is inspired by the distilling traditions of Scandinavia and made by infusing wheat vodka with distillates of lemon, chamomile and marigold petals. Notes of wild flowers in summer, bitter lemon peel,...

Price from 43 €

Arbikie Strawberry Vodka

50cl / 50% - Arbikie Strawberry Vodka is release in one batch each year, using that summer's locally grown strawberries. Fresh, fruity yet rich due the higher alcohol percentage, this retains the classic creamy nature of potato vodka.

Price from 51 €

What is vodka made from?

To make vodka, you must first ferment any food that contains sugar or starch and then distill the product to increase its alcohol content. (Fermentation means feeding the yeast sugar so the yeast can produce alcohol.) Vodka can be made from fermented grains such as sorghum, corn, rice, rye or wheat, potatoes, sugar beet molasses, or even fruit.

Quality vodka

Colorless spirit vodka of Slavic origin with an ideal alcohol content of 40% vol. was created with the beginning of grain distillation. Vodka can be distilled from a variety of starting materials containing carbohydrates. Grain is usually used as a raw material. However, potatoes and molasses are also sometimes used. In most countries there are no restrictions on the raw materials used in production. Who invented vodka or vodka is still the subject of a sometimes rather heated dispute between Russians and Poles. These two nations are undoubtedly among the most avid vodka drinkers. The tradition of vodka production in the Scandinavian countries is a bit younger, but their vodka brands no longer need to avoid comparisons in terms of quality and popularity. In recent years, more and more vodkas that have been distilled from ecologically produced raw materials have reached the market. Vodka is enjoyed neat, as a long drink or in a cocktail.