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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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Cariel Vanilla Vodka

70cl / 37.5% - A Swedish wheat vodka, triple-distilled and flavoured with a natural vanilla extract, Cariel is possibly the best vanilla vodka on the market and makes a cracking White Russian.

Price from 29 €

Chase Aged Marmalade Vodka

70cl / 40% - A superb vodka, whose original limited edition release completely sold out, from the splendid Chase distillery. This is flavoured with Seville Orange Marmalade and is brilliant in mixed drinks - try with grapefruit juice and a spot of grenadine.

Price from 46 €

Chase Rhubarb Vodka

70cl / 40% - Fresh and fruity rhubarb vodka from Hereford’s finest craft distillers, Chase. Flavoured with one of England's most beloved pie-fillers, this is delicious stuff.

Price from 48 €

Ciroc Passion Vodka

70cl / 37.5% - A vibrant, smooth French vodka from Ciroc, Passion is infused with a blend of exotic flavours, inspired by the tropics. The palate offers notes of pineapple, mango, orange and hibiscus that work well in tropical cocktails, over sorbet or...

Price from 43 €

Ciroc Apple Vodka

70cl / 37.5% - A combination of quintuple-distilled grape-based Ciroc vodka and apple flavours, this is crisp and juicy. Great with a mixer of your choice, especially in The Big Apple – just mix one part to three parts cranberry juice and garnish with...

Price from 37 €

Ciroc Summer Citrus Vodka

70cl / 37.5% - A limited-edition Summer Citrus vodka from Ciroc that has aromas of blood orange and tangerine on the nose, complemented by notes of lime zest, blood orange and lemon throughout the palate.

Price from 43 €

Ciroc Pomegranate Vodka

70cl / 37.5% - A limited-edition pomegranate vodka from French producer Ciroc that is infused with pomegranate and other natural flavours. The palate offers notes of strawberry, raspberry, pomegranate and creamy vanilla that linger in the finish – the...

Price from 43 €

Ciroc Pineapple Vodka

70cl / 37.5% - The fifth flavoured vodka to be introduced to the Cîroc range, this combines the grape-based spirit with pineapple flavours. This makes a refreshing long drink – just add one part to two parts lemon-and-lime soft drink for a Spritz.

Price from 37 €

Ciroc Red Berry Vodka

70cl / 37.5% - Ciroc Red Berry is a 2013 addition to the UK range. Five-times-distilled French vodka made with grapes is blended with fresh raspberries and blackberries. Enjoy on the rocks or in a variety of cocktails.

Price from 37 €

Ciroc Mango Vodka

70cl / 37.5% - Ciroc is known for its range of flavoured vodkas. This is a combination of spirit made from Ugni Blanc grapes and creamy Carabao mango. A deliciously fruity flavoured vodka that can be enjoyed over ice or in cocktails.

Price from 37 €

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.