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Russia is one of the most prolific producers and consumers of vodka in the world, and consequently offers some of the most interesting and well-received vodkas available.
Beluga, Stolichnaya and Smirnoff are favourties amongst fans of Russian Vodka.
A riveting super-premium Russian vodka, Legend of Kremlin is made using high-quality grains and soft water from their own artesian well. One to sip and savour.
This is a 50cl bottling. More info
Lemon flavoured vodka from Soviet Russia, that may well be the definition of cool, we don't know... More info
Straight from 1970s USSR, this lemon flavoured vodka is best served cold. More info
"Imported from the USSR", this is a very rare and collectible Russian vodka from the Limmonaya company. It boasts a crisp, tangy lemon flavour and is best served chilled. This was bottled in the… More info
A beautiful Russian vodka made from the very best grains and demineralised water. A great all-rounder, Moskova is a great mixer… More info
Moskovskaya Osobaya is a Russian vodka which has been made using traditional Russian methods. Moskovskaya translates to Muscovite, which we assume is in reference to its birthplace of Moscow, not the… More info
A value-for-money vodka, potentially named after the famous Russian psychologist Ivan Pavlov. Insert witty joke about bells here. More info
A vodka produced by Moscow Kristall distillery since 1973 that undergoes both charcoal filtration as well as a special softening process using dried milk proteins, before further filtration. More info
A classic bottling of Principe Dimitri Romanoff Vodka, produced between 1949 and 1959. Well preserved and collectible. More info
The two headed bird on the label of this Romanoff Lemon Vodka, made by Principe Dimitri in the 1960s, has wings covered in crests of even more two headed birds. Pretty fancy, right? More info
Made from the finest organically-grown winter harvest rye grain, which is then five times distilled and placed in a pretty awesome bottle. Excellent over ice or in cocktails. Sadly, if you gather… More info
Dragon. Vodka. Automatically cool. More info
A 1 litre bottling of Royal Dragon Imperial Vodka. This is created using winter rye distilled 5 times, and is then combined with edible 23-carat gold leaves from Switzerland. More info
This is a 3 litre jeroboam bottle of Royal Dragon Imperial Vodka, made with five-times distilled winter rye. It also has 23-carat gold leaves from Switzerland floating in it, which is pretty cool,… More info
A magnum bottle of the supremely luxurious Royal Dragon Imperial Vodka, made with winter rye which is five times distilled. It's also got 23-caret gold leaves floating inside it, which is rather apt,… More info
Russian Standard vodka has been distilled to the Tsar's "premium quality standard" since 1894. It is a classic Russian vodka. More info
Vodka, Insurance and Banking - that's what Russian Standard do. Now take a second, take a step back, and try and imagine the Macallan Credit Card, or the Health plan from Bombay Sapphire. Got to love… More info
Russian Standard Gold combines the clean, classic mouth-feel of their high-quality winter wheat-based vodka with subtle flavours stemming from the inclusion of Siberian ginseng extracts - this is… More info
Imperia is a premium vodka from Russian Standard. This is filtered through quartz and charcoal for exceptional purity. More info
The premium version of best-selling Russian Standard Vodka. More info
Made in Russia, Russkaya is a superb vodka distilled from wheat, rye and malted barley. It is made with naturally spring-softened water, and even undergoes filtration through both quartz and birch… More info
Smirnoff Black is a special vodka made in copper pot stills, distilled from Russian grains, and filtered through silver birch charcoal. Very smooth and supple. More info
An antique bottle of Smirnoff's higher proof 'Blue Label' vodka, in this case bottled at 45.8% abv in the 1980s.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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A retro bottle of Smirnoff Blue Label Vodka from the 1970s. The Blue Label variety is stronger than your classic red label Smirnoff, although it does differ between 45% and 50% abv from country to… More info
A fantastically fruity Smirnoff. This is made with pot-still vodka, which is filtered through a whopping seven tons of charcoal. It is flavoured naturally with blueberry, and it works well in… More info