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Vodka

Unquestionably a supremely popular spirit, vodka is enjoyed around the globe thanks to its incredible versatility and, surprisingly, even its variation of flavour. Whilst typically enjoyed in the West as a means of adding spirit to mixed drinks, thanks to the superb quality and attention-to-detail found in craft vodkas produced around the world, flavoursome premium and small batch vodka is really burgeoning on the drinks scene.

As with anything universally popular, the origins of vodka are hotly disputed, though most agree that its beginnings lie either in Poland or Russia. Ancient records date vodka production in Russia centuries ago, with a number of early pharmaceutical lists referencing the “vodka of bread wine”. The earliest recorded use of the term “vodka” was in 1405, in a set of Polish court documents in which it was placed alongside medicines and cosmetics.

In Eastern Europe and the Nordic countries, vodka is traditionally consumed neat, differing from the Western world where it is usually mixed. The word itself derives from the Slavic “voda”, meaning water, etymologically linking the term with whisky (which comes from the Gaelic “uisge beatha”, the Scandinavian term akvavit from the Latin “aqua vitae” and French “eau-de-vie” - all meaning water of life). It seems that a great number of spirits from around the world were once thought to be elixirs of life, containing mystical properties.

Prior to the 1950s, vodka was very rarely drunk outside of Europe, but thanks to its easily mixed flavour profile (and appearance), by 1975 sales of vodka in America had surpassed those of bourbon.

Beluga Epicure by Lalique

70cl, 40%
Beluga

World-famous Russian vodka masters Beluga have teamed up with the revered French crystal and jewellery makers Lalique to produce this very special bottling - Beluga Epicure by Lalique. The decanters…  More info

Beluga Epicure by Lalique
$11,410.96

Grey Goose 4.5l

450cl, 40%
Grey Goose

Oh boy! A huge four and a half litre bottle of this now classic premium vodka. We're going to need a bigger ice bucket!  More info

Grey Goose 4.5l
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$537.79

Stolichnaya Elit - Methuselah (6L)

600cl, 40%
Stolichnaya

A massive bottle of Stolichnaya Elit! This sizeable vessel holds six litres of the top-quality Russian vodka, which goes through a freeze filtration process to achieve its crisp, clean flavour…  More info

Stolichnaya Elit - Methuselah (6L)
$489.04

Belvedere Vodka with Light 6l

600cl, 40%
Belvedere

A delicious pure-tasting Polish rye vodka, Belvedere is distilled four times! This giant 6 litre bottle comes with a light in it which is very cool. We've also included a picture of Brandy, the…  More info

Belvedere Vodka with Light 6l
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$407.53

Cîroc Vodka (6L)

600cl, 40%
Cîroc

If you though the 3 litre bottle of Cîroc Vodka as large as it could get, you were wrong. If you knew that eventually they'd release an even bigger bottle of Cîroc, you were right - and here's the…  More info

Cîroc Vodka (6L)
$380.30

Crystal Head Vodka 3l

300cl, 40%
Crystal Head

Regard the magnificence that is a jeroboam bottle of Dan Aykroyd's Crystal Head Vodka. No, really, regard it. This is a 3 litre bottle of award-winning vodka, which is filtered through 500 million…  More info

Crystal Head Vodka 3l
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$277.11

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
$273.86

Millefiori Cucchi Vodka - 1949-59

75cl, 43%
Millefiori Cucchi

We think that this rare (and very handsome) bottle of Millefiori Cucchi Vodka was produced in Italy between 1949 and 1959! Fun fact: 'Millefiori' means 'wildflower' in Italian! This bottle was…  More info

Millefiori Cucchi Vodka - 1949-59
$273.86

Bobshevskih Vodka - 1950s

75cl, 45%
Bobshevskih

This is an incredibly rare and special bottling of authentically Russian vodka (the writing on the label is in Russian and everything!) that dates back to the 1950s. Antique spirit collectors will…  More info

Bobshevskih Vodka - 1950s
$273.86

Grey Goose Jeroboam

300cl, 40%
Grey Goose

A jeroboam bottle of Grey Goose, a hugely popular French vodka made with soft winter wheat, distilled in a five-step process and blended with spring water which is naturally filtered through…  More info

Grey Goose Jeroboam
$249.95

Stolichnaya Elit - Jeroboam (3L)

300cl, 40%
Stolichnaya

A 3 litre bottling of Stolichnaya Elit vodka, produced using a freeze filtration technique. This involves filtering the vodka at -18 degrees Celsius, resulting in a clean, crisp flavour profile and a…  More info

Stolichnaya Elit - Jeroboam (3L)
$216.26

Icy Vodka 1.75L - pre-2001

175cl, 40%
Icy

I see London. I see France. Icy Vodka produced prior to 2001. It doesn't fit the rhyme scheme or the melody, but that's the bottling note we're going to stick with. This bottle was part of a…  More info

Icy Vodka 1.75L - pre-2001
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$195.62

Polniss Kosher Zytniovka Vodka - 1970s

75cl, 40%
Polniss Kosher

The distillers of Poland have produced outstanding vodka since the early Middle Ages. This bottling from the 1970s is a pure rye vodka, a classic style from any era of Polish vodka…  More info

Polniss Kosher Zytniovka Vodka - 1970s
$195.62

Fallen Angel DT1 Vodka

70cl, 44.7%
Fallen Angel

Premium vodka from the Fallen Angel range, presented in a very striking bottle shaped like the head of a devil. It comes with a pourer, and you can even take the top off of the skull and drink from…  More info

Fallen Angel DT1 Vodka
$179.32

Cîroc Vodka (3L)

300cl, 40%
Cîroc

A jeroboam-sized bottle of Ciroc vodka, made with French grapes which are harvested when frozen and five times distilled. This is, of course, the ultra premium vodka for which famous rapper and…  More info

Cîroc Vodka (3L)
$174.59

Smirnoff Red - 1980s

70cl, 40%
Smirnoff

A 1980s bottling of Smirnoff Red, one of the most well-known vodkas around the world. Rather collectable indeed. This bottle was part of a private collection. More detailed information and…  More info

Smirnoff Red - 1980s
$156.49

Wisniowka Cherry Cordial - 1960s

50cl, 22.8%
Polmos Jozefow

A bottle of Wisniowka Cherry Cordial that was produced and bottled in Poland some time during the 1960s. With a rather fancy label, we must say. Medieval-looking logo? Attractive gold cherry pattern?…  More info

Wisniowka Cherry Cordial - 1960s
$156.49

Dimitri Vodka - 1970s

70cl, 37.5%
Victoria Wine Company Ltd

Produced and bottled in Great Britain, Dimitri is a Russian-style vodka that dates all the way back to the 1970s. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos…  More info

Dimitri Vodka - 1970s
$156.49

Smirnoff Red 1.1L - 1970s

110cl, 0%
Smirnoff

This sizeable collectible is a 1.1 litre bottle of Smirnoff Red Label vodka, which we think was produced during the 1970s. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more…  More info

Smirnoff Red 1.1L - 1970s
$156.49

Chase 3l Vodka

300cl, 40%
Williams Chase

A Jeroboam (really, really big bottle) of deliciously creamy Chase potato vodka, this stuff was awarded a Double Gold medal at the 2010 San Francisco World Spirits Competition, beating 114 other…  More info

Chase 3l Vodka
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$155.40

Crystal Head Aurora Vodka (1.75L)

175cl, 40%
Crystal Head

A stunning 1.75 litre edition of Crystal Head's Aurora Vodka, inspired by the Aurora Borealis. The vodka is made from Yorkshire wheat (instead of the Canadian corn in the regular Crystal Head),…  More info

Crystal Head Aurora Vodka (1.75L)
$135.85

Stolichnaya Elit - Magnum (1.75L)

175cl, 40%
Stolichnaya

A magnum bottling of Stolichnaya Elit, a premium expression from the famous Russian vodka brand. To achieve the desired flavour profile, the producers utilised freeze filtration when making Elit, a…  More info

Stolichnaya Elit - Magnum (1.75L)
$130.41

Smirnoff Red 3l - 2000s

300cl, 40%
Smirnoff

A rather sizeable Smirnoff Red Label bottle, produced in the 2000s. One of the most well-known vodka brands around the world, we're sure a Smirnoff devotee will find a good place for this three litre…  More info

Smirnoff Red 3l - 2000s
$130.41

Nogueras Vodka a L'Orange - 1950s

Nogueras Comas

Orange-flavoured vodka from Spanish producer, Nogueras, which we think was made in the 1950s. The little colourful strips on the bottle remind us of a Maypole... This bottle was part of a private…  More info

Nogueras Vodka a L'Orange - 1950s
$130.41

Voskaya Vodka 1.5l - 1960s

150cl, 40%
Voskaya

A rare 1.5 litre bottling of vodka produced in Italy during the 1960s! These bottles were part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!  More info

Voskaya Vodka 1.5l - 1960s
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$130.41

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