Horseradish 70/52

When an opportunity is presented to try a new vodka, of course you accept it. When that vodka is a horseradish vodka then you become more intrigued. Polugar No. 5 is a 38.5% Alc./Vol Russian vodka, but may be produced in Poland in an old restored distillery. The description of ‘bread wine’ for this vodka is … More Horseradish 70/52

Tea for 2 69/52

When not drinking vodka, a cup of tea is most welcome. Fuse the two together and you have LongLeaf vodka. It is claimed to blend the ‘finest, hand-picked Ceylon tea’ with Australian organic vodka from the Hunter Valley and is 40% Alc./Vol. The tea picked from above the clouds – the mountain peaks of Sri … More Tea for 2 69/52

Bison’s grass 68/52

The established market leader for vodka infused with Bison’s grass is Poland’s Zubrowka. Compare it to Zubrowka and decide which you prefer. Wisnet Bizon Grass vodka is made in the Ukraine, is triple distilled and 40% Alc./Vol. The blade of grass, which sits in the bottle, infuses the vodka with a gentle olive colour, but … More Bison’s grass 68/52

Mongolian Might of Genghis Khan 67/52

Chinggis gold is a Mongolian premium vodka, named in honour of the emperor Chinggos Khaan. The name evokes regal might and power. This wheat grain vodka is produced with pure mountain spring water and is 39% Alc./Vol. It undergoes more distillations than other vodkas (8 distillations) being filtered through quartz-sand and silver birch activated-carbon. The … More Mongolian Might of Genghis Khan 67/52

White birch 66/52

The birch tree is emblematic of the country of Russia. Adding birch sap to a vodka evokes an even deeper representation of the vast countryside. This five-times distilled Russian grain vodka is 40% Alc./Vol. The infusion of birch leaves creates a mild aroma and aftertaste. It has a clean, rounded taste, the flavour stays at … More White birch 66/52

Your highness 65/52

Vodka of the Tzars (Tsarskaya). It was said to be the favourite vodka of Peter the first, so much so that he controlled its formula and its factory production. Produced in St. Petersburg by the Ladoga group, from durum wheat and crystal clear water of Lake Ladoga. It undergoes multistage filtration with birch charcoal and … More Your highness 65/52

Lake Baikal (63/52)

Lake Baikal is the largest lake in the world. It is from these deep and clear Siberian waters that Baikal vodka is made. The oxygen level is exceptionally high and mineral content very low as the water is extracted from 500m depth. This triple distilled Baikal Vodka is 40% Alc./Vol. This is the vodka that … More Lake Baikal (63/52)