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Wyborowa Polish rye vodka from the 1970s.  More info
$155.46
A 1 litre bottling of Wyborowa polish vodka dating from the 1970s.  More info
$194.33
Bolskaya Vodka from the 1960s, poroduced in the Netherlands by the clever people at Bols.  More info
$194.33
Considering the amount of Smirnoff that is drunk by all the discotheque and 'club' goers every Friday night, it's surprising that there's a 1970s bottle of this unmistakable vodka left. A rarity for...  More info
$233.20
It's lucky that at the Master of Malt office, we have a team of spirit detectives (detectives who investigate drinks, not ghost detectives), otherwise we may not have known this was a 1970s bottle of...  More info
$155.46
Sherematov Vodka
(70cl, 40%)
The two headed eagle on the label of this Sherematov Vodka, a triple distilled vodka from Belgium, has two crowns, on for each head. Very smart. Originally produced for Pascoe & Associates Ltd.  More info
$34.74
Certainly a piece of spirits history, this bottle of Smirnoff Vodka was produced between 1949 and 1959, making it over 50 years old!  More info
$233.20
Vlahov Vodka - 1960s
(75cl, 40%)
An uttery jaw-dropping bottle of Vlahov Vodka from the 1960s. We're not sure how ergonomic it is, but it certainly looks impressive.  More info
$194.33
Bottled at 50% abv, this bottle of Smirnoff Blue Label Vodka is stronger than the regular Smirnoff Blue you would normally be able to aquire. Also, it is much, much older, as it was distilled in the...  More info
$194.33
Belenkaya Lux
(70cl, 40%)
With a name that means "clearest and purest", you're going to be expecting big things from Belenkaya Lux Russian vodka. It goes through a rigorous filtration process which includes being filtered...  More info
$29.07
Monaco Vodka
(70cl, 40%)
Have a guess at where Monaco Vodka comes from... That's right, Germany! This is a stylish German vodka from Munich Distillers, who also have a bar in the same premises they distil their vodka, which...  More info
$64.37
A 50cl bottling of Debowa Premium Vodka from Poland. Noteworthy because of the oak-themed bottle, which is unique and pretty darn cool, and because the vodka is made with natural plant extracts...  More info
$57.57
Potentially named after the river that runs through central Russia - The Volga River - the antique bottle of vodka comes from the 1970s. Perfect for spirits collectors.  More info
$155.46
We think that this bottle of Italian vodka made by Ciro Frassineti in Bologna was produced between 1949 and 1959, putting it at over 50 years old! Unfortunately the label has sustained a tiny bit of...  More info
$233.20
Relsky Vodka - 1960s
(75cl, 40%)
Relsky Vodka from the 1960s, featuring a rather happy looking chap on the label with a great big bushy beard that would suit a police officer in a quiet village in the South West of England.  More info
$194.33
Romanoff Vodka - 1970s
(38cl, 37.40%)
During the 1970s, this bottle of Romanoff Vodka was produced in England. At least 30 years old, this is a cracking antique for spirits collectors. Romanoff Vodka is still available today and is...  More info
$77.73
An early '80s bottling of classic Russian vodka, Stolichnaya.  More info
$155.46
Tvarscki Vodka was made by the American Distilling Co. in 1963, when this bottle was produced, although the brand is now owned by a different American company. This is a full quart of American vodka.  More info
$233.20
Carmel Vodka - 1970s
(76cl, 50%)
This bottle of vodka was made in the 1970s by the Carmel Winery in Israel, whom are still producing wine even today! A rare, collectible piece.  More info
$155.46
This little piece of history is a bottle of Burrough's English Vodka from the 1970s, made by James Burrough - a name that should be familiar to gin fans out there. Highly collectible.  More info
$155.46
A very old bottle of Keglevich Vodka, made by Stock in Trieste at some point between 1949 and 1959, presented in an interesting bottle that we think looks like a still (or perhaps we just think about...  More info
$291.50
Tito's Vodka
(70cl, 40%)
Tito's Vodka is a small batch, gluten-free vodka made in small-batches in Austin, Texas, by Tito Beveridge. It's distilled six times in a pot still and filtered to reach the level of quality Tito...  More info
$50.96
Kirov Vodka
(70cl, 37.50%)
This is a bottle of Kirov Vodka, which is made in England, presumably in the style of Russian vodka.  More info
$26.48
Odessa Vodka
(70cl, 37.50%)
Odessa Vodka is a Ukrainian style vodka, named after the major seaport city in the south of the country. For extra purity, the vodka is filtered, and then filtered again, and then once more. Third...  More info
$27.04
J.A. Baczewski Monopolowa is a potato vodka with a long history that dates back to 1782, when the Baczawski opened it's first distillery near Lvov. Over the years, the Austrian vodka has impressed...  More info
$43.72
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