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.
A beautiful light golden vodka; Zoladkowa Gorzka is infused with a magical blend of dried fruits , herbs and spices making it a Polish favourite.
First tasting instore realised sales of 33 bottles in 4 hours...amazing !...Even if it is unpronouncable !
Pincer Vodka may just nip you in the throat like your average pincer but its flavours are much more enjoyable than painful. Flavoured with a delicate combination of extracts of milk thistle and wild elderflower this is a flavour which is truly indicative of its home country, Scotland. Its aroma is rich in exotic fruit and floral notes and this leads into a syrupy depth on the palate, the flavour almost aggressively herbaceous but stopping just before it gets too much. Apple juice comes through strongly alongside the elderflower and is ultimately a satisfying flavour. Enjoy over ice.
Minty Minttu liqueur from Finnish distillers Koskenkorva, who are well known for their 013 Vodka and its many flavours. Minttu is an intense liqueur, with a mountain of mint flavours behind it. You can enjoy it neat, but they also recommend trying it in a hot chocolate if you fancy a delicious, warming drink.
Finland's Koskenkorva has come up with this liqueur based on their award-winning vodka and that peculiarly Scandinavian commodity: salt-liquorice. We know, we know - it sounds awful, but our fair-haired friends absolutely adore it.