The world's southern most vodka - made 42 degrees below the equator near a location that holds both the benchmark for air and water purity. This extraordinary vodka is made from wheat from the purist wheat fields in the world, and water from a volcanic spring, that achieves the highest purity rating possible.
Burnt pomegranite and blueberry pie notes at the beginning followed by cutting acai and lime zest flavours. Crisp apple and lemon zest then move on to a soft squishy beryy finish with both floral and sweet pomegranite notes on the eventual kick. Impressive flavour combo here that opens up lots of possibilities for cocktails. best served from freezer.
The selection of Absolut Vodka flavours grows one larger with the addition of their Cherrys expression. Made with no added sugar, only natural ingredients, this high quality Swedish flavoured vodka is alive with ripe cherry and subtle hints of berry . Pair it with your favourite mixer or use it to add a sweet , fruity twist to classic vodka cocktails.
Easy drinking lemon vodka. Big glassy notes of sharp lemon and lime followed by crushed lemon barley sweets and a soft lemon curd finish with a tangy citrus finish. Made for the Cosmoplitan. Great stuff.
Ribena on crack! This one really hits out with a twisted blackcurrant bitter tang at first taste. This moves into a sharp spiked ribena taste before easing of and showing lemon and soft fruit notes. The finish is tangy and sharp. This is the perfect sort of vodka for mixing fruity cocktails. Serve from the freezer.
Absolut Lime is the second release of a citrus flavoured vodka from the Swedish brand after the popular Citron. Slightly sweet and fruit y, this will make a refreshing V&T. Made with fresh natural limes.
Soft yet punchy orange and mandarin notes sing out first followed by singed lemon and orange zest. The finish here is sweet, sharp and bursting with orange citrus goodness. Yum when served from freezer.
Tannic mango and apple notes at the kick off. Lemon and overipe mango follows this with undercurrents of soft tropical fruits. There is sharpness midway that throws you a bit until the sweet lemon and mango finish with a sharp passion fruit flavour ties it all in at the end. Great with Um Bongo! Seriously! Try it. SErve from freezer.
An excellent pear vodka that opens up with lemon zest and autumnal fruits. The pear takes over soon after and follows all the way through to the bitter sweet finale. A great vodka that opens up myriad cocktail flavour oppurtunities. Serve frozen and over ice to get the best out of it.
Absolut Grapefruit, sibling to our other citrus flavors Absolut Citron and Absolut Lime, is one of our talented newcomers. With its well-balanced sweetness and fruity taste, we just know this will become one of your new Absolut favorites if you haven’t had the chance to try it yet. In our opinion.
Overripe raspberry and sharp strawberry notes at the beginning followed by a sharp tartness that brings on the waves of raspberry and lemon rind. The finish is tart and full off citrus peel and raspberry sherbert with an acidic kick. Made to be mixed. Shoukld be served fro the freezer.
Lemon and vanilla cake notes on entry followed by a tannic vaniilla wave that moves through into a spicy custard and bsicuit notes. Citrus rind and crème anglais finish with a sweey yet firm kick at the end. Best served from the freezer. Fantastic with apple juice and freshly pressed lemonade.
Aylesbury Duck Vodka is made using Canadian soft white winter wheat. Distilled in three column stills, it is reduced to bottling strength with water from a well in Mendocino county in northern California. A crisp vodka with slight citrus notes.
The strongest vodka we have ever come across, Balkan 176 comes in a bottle with 13 different health warnings (including one in Braille), mainly because it's at 88% abv. It is produced in the Czech Republic, and is triple distilled and essentially shouldn't be drunk neat, sniffed, held or even owned.
A super premium vodka from Beluga. Gold Line is an impressively crisp and pure spirit packaged in an extravagant leather box, complete with small hammer and brush to aid in the clean removal of the wax that seals the bottle.
Ultra slick business from the Russian boys. Crystal clean on the palette with soft lemon barley notes. The finish is super clean and leaves a face traints of barley and hay with moves into lemon and faint orange zest. Hats of to the Beluga boys. Chill as you would a Champagne.
Strong zesty lemon from the off. A touch of grain in the middle and then faint licquorice and lime flavours fold back to heavy lemon meringue and a firm, yet sweet and spiy kick to finish. Lemon lingers for quite a while. Great stuff.
Smashed pink grapefruit leaps onto your tongue followed by waves of mellow Brazillian ginger and waxy lemon peel. The vodka is silky smooth and the finish is both citrus and summer spice with a firm kick. Keep this one in the freezer and drink it straight if you can. brilliant stuff.
Made a traditional copper pot still in Cheshire, Broken Clock vodka was inspired by Leon Kuhajewski's 1816 invention of the first astronomical watch. Infused with slow-ripened apples from Shandy Hall in Coxwold, Yorkshire, Broken Clock is a sweet, herbaceous vodka with notes of apple and cinnamon crumble, and freshly-mown grass.
The vodka originally used in Douglas Ankrah's infamous Pornstar Martini and a one of the best vanilla vodkas available on the market. Cream soda and lush vanilla pudding notes spin around on your tongue wrapped in soft ripe lemon. The body is medium to full and the kick is clean and soft with a creme anglais note. This stuff really is outstanding and does real well when kept in the fridge. Drinks wise, flavour combinations are endless. to start off try it with chilled freshly pressed apple juice with a few squashed up blackberries. YUUUUMM!
Deepest Herefordshires fantastic potato vodka.Creamy and almost buttery notes here with a hot mash potato and ground black pepper finish. Yum! Probably best to keep this one in the freezer.
Due to its versatility Vodka is the most consumed spirit in the world and is enjoyed neat, with mixers or as the key ingredient in popular cocktails including Bloody Marys, Martinis and Black Russians. It’s primarily composed of water and ethanol although it can have traces of impurities and flavourings. Traditionally Vodka is made from fermented grains such as wheat and rye although it can be produced from potato, barley, grapes, rice and corn. Vodka is traditionally distilled in Russia, Poland, Finland and Sweden but more recently big brands such as Grey Goose are being distilled in the west.