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Germany produce vodkas just like everyone else, with the usual range of novelty production methods and packaging on offer to differentiate the products.
A basic German vodka bottled in Germany by Schloßberg Spirituosen. More info
Puschkin Vodka is a German spirit distilled to a classic recipe and even goes through an ice filtration process to achieve a delicious purity. It comes in a handsome bottle with a bear giving us a… More info
Magic Crystal Vodka a wheat-based expression made in Germany, distilled 5 times (and apparently 10 times slower than other vodkas) by a team of Master Distillers. The bottle's shape is meant to evoke… More info
A vodka distilled and bottled in Belarus, primarily for the German market. It's made with wheat and water from the distillery's own well (which is also bottled as a mineral water). More info
A gift pack from the Iordanov Vodka range, featuring a 35cl bottle of their vodka (decorated with a skull made of crystals coloured like the Union Jack). More info
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
This is a very stylish bottle of Iordanov Vodka, produced in Germany using 100% wheat and water from the Vogelsberg highlands. It was distilled five times and charcoal filtered before being bottled… More info
Iordanov Vodka is made at one of the oldest distilleries in Germany, using 100% wheat and water from Vogelsberg highlands. It's distilled 5 times and charcoal filtered for purity, before being… More info
A bottle of Ioranov Vodka, produced at one of Germany's oldest distilleries using 100% wheat and distilled 5 times. This one has been decorated with pink crystals forming the shape of a skull. Rather… More info
A skull formed of crystals arranged in the stars and stripes pattern adorns the bottle of this Iordanov Vodka. It's produced at one of the oldest distilleries in Germany using 100% wheat and is… More info
Iordanov Vodka is produced at one of the oldest distilleries in Germany using 100% wheat as its base, as well as water from the Vogelsberg highlands. It's five times distilled and charcoal filtered… More info
Iordanov is produced in Germany 100% wheat and water from the Vogelsberg highlands, distilled 5 times before being charcoal filtered and bottled. The vodka's bottles are very stylish indeed, being… More info
The folks behind Windspiel Gin have made their own barrel-aged vodka too! Produced using only the Pirol variety of potato harvested late, it's triple distilled and then aged in ash barrels for a… More info
A rare bottling of Wolfschmidt Genuine Vodka which we believe to have been produced back in the 1980s in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
More detailed… More info
Well would you look at this, an antique bottling of Puschkin Vodka, produced between 1949 and 1959. The German brand is still available today, although in a much more modern style of bottle with a… More info
Made in the 1970s, this is a very rare bottle of Kasoff vodka. Highly collectible and very retro-looking. More info