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Russian Standard Gold
(70cl, 40%)
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
A litre bottling of Smirnoff Blue Label Vodka, produced in the 1980s. This is the higher-ABV variation of their world-famous vodka, presented at a robust 50% ABV.  More info
This is a 1970s bottling of Stolichnaya, which has long been a back-bar favourite. Though this 1 litre bottle has impressively survived for over 30 years, the label has sadly suffered some damaged...  More info
Smirnoff Red - 1980s
(75cl, 37.50%)
An antique bottle of the world famous Smirnoff Red vodka, which we think was produced back in the 1980s.  More info
SofsKaya Vodka is a triple distilled Russian vodka, made with wheat and rye grain. This'll likely go well with your favourite mixers.  More info
A massive methuselah of Royal Dragon Imperial Vodka. That's 6 litres of 5-times-distilled, winter-wheat-based vodka, with 23-carat gold flakes from Switzerland floating in it! Yeah, this is awesome...  More info
Kremlyovskaya Vodka 37.5%
(70cl, 37.50%)
Known to some as the "Toast of New Russia", Kremlyovskaya is a triple distilled vodka which shares it's name with the main street of the city of Kazan. This is a 37.5% ABV bottling.  More info
A large 114cl bottle of Smirnoff vodka dating from 1997.  More info
Straight from 1970s USSR, this lemon flavoured vodka is best served cold.  More info
Russian vodka from Russia this one, possibly one of the earliest bottles of Moskovskaya not to state "distilled and bottled in the USSR" on the label.  More info
Smirnoff Vodka - 1990s
(75cl, 37.50%)
A bottle of Smirnoff vodka, produced in the UK, dating from the 1990s.  More info
Like your vodka dry and collectible? This shiny 1980s bottle of Cocalsa Brezloff Dry Vodka will be something you'll want to take a good look at.  More info
Back in the 1980s, people thought the future would be full of stainless steel. By the 2000s, everything on this planet would be covered in gleaming silver (or, if you watched Tron too many times...  More info
One of the most well known vodkas in the world, Smirnoff Red Label is a well loved favourite in countless bars. This bottling is a well kept antique spirit from the 1970s.  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
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
Soroka Vodka - 1970s
(70cl, 40%)
This elegant bottling of Boaka's 1970s Soroka vodka is very rare and was produced for the German market.  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
Lemon flavoured vodka from Soviet Russia, that may well be the definition of cool, we don't know...  More info
Smirnoff Red Vodka 35cl
(35cl, 37.50%)
A half bottle of Smirnoff Red. Three times distilled and ten times filtered for greater purity.  More info
Smirnoff Red 1l
(100cl, 37.50%)
A litre bottle of Smirnoff Red - the world's best selling vodka. Thrice distilled and ten times filtered for purity.  More info
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Boaka Wodka - 1970s
(70cl, 40%)
This bottling of Boaka Wodka (which is rather fun to say) was produced in Germany back in the 1970s.  More info
Cossack Vodka - 1974
(75cl, 37.50%)
J & J Vickers produced the wonderful Cossack Vodka not in Russia but in London. This rare bottling comes from 1974.  More info
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
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Moskova Vodka
(70cl, 37.50%)
A beautiful Russian vodka made from the very best grains and demineralised water. A great all-rounder, Moskova is a great mixer…  More info
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