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Plain Vodka

Often fairly neutral in flavour, many commercial Vodkas can be mixed with pretty much anything. This is often due to numerous distillations and filtrations which popular vodkas (such as Smirnoff or Russian Standard) undergo, with advertising campaigns regularly flaunting a particular Vodka as being the "purest".

Here at Master of Malt, however, we like our Vodka to be complex and bursting with flavour, and Vodka really can do both. It all begins with the base ingredient.

Poland, one of the motherlands of Vodka, tends to use either rye or potatoes. Popular rye vodkas include Belvedere or Wyborowa, and are notable for their bread-like sweetness and hints of spice. Potato vodkas on the other hand (brands such as Luksusowa, Chopin, or the English brand, Chase) tend to have a creamy, buttery, grainy character.

Scandinavian and Russian vodkas tend to be distilled from cereal grains such as wheat or barley. Sweden’s Absolut, for example, is a wheat vodka with a soft aniseed-like flavour with a little spice. For barley vodka, Finlandia, produced in Finland, offers nutty flavours and lasting spice.

For something completely different, France’s Cîroc is actually made of grapes, and is a rounded, fruity spirit.

Eristoff Vodka

70cl, 37.5%
Eristoff

A triple distilled Georgian vodka, named after Prince Eristoff, and based on his personal recipe, created in 1806.  More info

Eristoff Vodka
3
$16.92

Smirnoff Red Label Vodka - 1970s

75cl, 37.4%
Smirnoff

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

Smirnoff Red Label Vodka - 1970s
$148.66

Boris Jelzin Vodka

100cl, 37.5%
GCF

A French vodka named after the 1st President of Russia, Boris Yeltsin (he was President of Russia between July 1991 and December 1999), presented in a 1 litre bottle. Should be good for mixed drinks.  More info

Boris Jelzin Vodka
1
$23.70

Sherematov Vodka

70cl, 40%
Smeets N.V.

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

Sherematov Vodka
$23.34

Vorsov Vodka

70cl, 37.5%
Forth Wines

A simple vodka, distilled and bottled for Forth Wines. It's got a chap riding a horse on the label, which is neat.  More info

Vorsov Vodka
$18.45

Imperial Collection Silver

70cl, 40%
Imperial Collection

Imperial Collection Silver is part of the increased range, now available in the UK from this premium Russian vodka producer.  More info

Imperial Collection Silver
$24.73

Polugar Wheat Spirit

70cl, 38.5%
Rodinov & Sons

A Polish wheat spirit, made to a classic Russian vodka recipe from the days of yore. The distillers behind Polugar trice distil the spirit in a copper pot still and then clarify it using birch wood…  More info

Polugar Wheat Spirit
$60.34

Chilgrove Vodka

70cl, 40%
Chilgrove

The chaps behind Chilgrove Gin have produced their own vodka too! Just like their gin, this features a base spirit made from distilled grapes and has been blended with natural mineral water filtered…  More info

Chilgrove Vodka
$30.57

Quintessentially Vodka

70cl, 42%
G&J Greenall

A new premium vodka complete with sleek design courtesy of Quintessentially Spirits, (whose CEO, Rowland Hill, used to be chief exec. at Snow Queen Vodka) in conjunction with G&J Greenall.  More info

Quintessentially Vodka
$37.26

Monaco Vodka

70cl, 40%
Munich Distillers

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

Monaco Vodka
$41.03

Keglevich Vodka - 1949-1959

75cl, 40%
Stock S.p.A. di Trieste

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

Keglevich Vodka - 1949-1959
$185.83

Zorokovich 1917 Vodka

70cl, 40%
Zorokovich

Zorokovich 1917 is a Ukrainian vodka which was born from a project by film-maker Dan Edelstyne inspired by his grandmother's memoirs found in his attic. The project saw him visiting Ukraine to find…  More info

Zorokovich 1917 Vodka
$36.77

Breckenridge Vodka

75cl, 40%
Breckenridge

Breckenridge distillery is the highest in the world up at 9,600 feet! It is located in the Rocky Mountains (be sure to pack a spare pair of gloves). It is made using 100% Midwest corn and snowmelt…  More info

Breckenridge Vodka
$41.17

I Spirit Vodka

70cl, 40%
I Spirit

Top quality Italian vodka which was introduced in 2009. The ingredients do suggest a reverence for Italy's spirit, using both grapes and grains to create the distillate, as well as spring water from…  More info

I Spirit Vodka
$27.04

Kirov Vodka

70cl, 37.5%
Halewood International

This is a bottle of Kirov Vodka, which is made in England, presumably in the style of Russian vodka.  More info

Kirov Vodka
$14.32

Great Southern Plain Vodka

70cl, 40%
Great Southern Distilling Company

All the way from Western Australia comes this fresh small batch vodka. It is produced by the Great Southern Distilling Company who also produce gin and the state's first legal single malt whiskies.  More info

Great Southern Plain Vodka
$58.98

Cossack Vodka - 1974

75cl, 37.5%
Moscow Distillery Cristall

J & J Vickers produced the wonderful Cossack Vodka not in Russia but in London. This rare bottling comes from 1974.  More info

Cossack Vodka - 1974
$148.66

Principe Dimitri Romanoff Vodka - 1949-59

75cl, 43%
Principe Dimitri

A classic bottling of Principe Dimitri Romanoff Vodka, produced between 1949 and 1959. Well preserved and collectible.  More info

Principe Dimitri Romanoff Vodka - 1949-59
$222.99

Kalinska Imperial Vodka 1.5l

150cl, 37.5%
Kalinska

A 1.5 litre version of Kalinska Imperial vodka. This is a cheap and cheerful mixer distilled from molasses.  More info

Kalinska Imperial Vodka 1.5l
$46.54

Eristow Vodka - 1970s

75cl, 40%
Eristoff

The story goes that this vodka was created for the Georgian prince, Nikolai Alexandrovich Eristoff, in 1806 and the recipe was passed down through his family when he fled Russia during the…  More info

Eristow Vodka - 1970s
$148.66

Verlof Vodka - 1970s

100cl, 40%
Verlof

This is a rare and collectible bottle of vodka from the Verlof brand. It was produced in Spain in the 1970s.  More info

Verlof Vodka - 1970s
$185.83

Polmos Wyborowa Wódka 1.5l - 1992

150cl, 40%
Wyborowa

Wyborowa vodka is produced at the Polmos Poznan distillery with this 150cl bottling coming from the days when it was still run by Poland’s state spirit monopoly, before the distillery's acquisition…  More info

Polmos Wyborowa Wódka 1.5l - 1992
$99.11

Imperial Stefanof Vodka - 1960s

75cl, 40%
Buton

A 1960's bottling of Imperial Vodka.  More info

Imperial Stefanof Vodka - 1960s
$185.83

Polmos Dobra Koszerna - 1970s

50cl, 40%
Polmos

Vodka from off of the '70s. 'Koszerna' is the Polish for kosher.  More info

Polmos Dobra Koszerna - 1970s
$99.11

Soroka Vodka - 1970s

70cl, 40%
Boaka

This elegant bottling of Boaka's 1970s Soroka vodka is very rare and was produced for the German market.  More info

Soroka Vodka - 1970s
$148.66

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