List of vodkas

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This is a list of brands of vodka. Vodka is a distilled beverage composed primarily of water and ethanol, sometimes with traces of impurities and flavorings. Vodka is made by the distillation of fermented substances such as grains, potatoes, or sometimes fruits or sugar. The classic preparation is performed using grain or potatoes, The grains or potatoes based vodka has a neutral flavor profile. Artisan Sugarbeet vodka such as Rico's Vodka has mild sweetness to it with Vanilla and caramel undernotes, which makes it perfect for drinking straight.

Brand Image Country Base
Bombora Australia Grape
Cooranbong Australia Grape
Downunder Australia Molasses of Australian sugar cane
DOT AU Australia Australian sugar cane
Vodka O Australia Whey
Monopolowa Monopolowa 001.JPG Austria

(originally Polish)

Potatoes
Xan Azerbaijan Grain
Belaya Rus Belaya Rus vodka.jpg Belarus Wheat and rye
Kryshtal Etalon Belarus Wheat and rye
Minsk Kristall Belarus Grain
Platinka Belarus Rye
Crystal Head Crystal Head Bottle Shot.jpg Canada Peaches and Cream corn
Iceberg Canada Peaches and cream corn
Polar Ice Polar ice 0551.JPG Canada Wheat
Pearl Canada
Schramm Organic Canada
Royal Dragon China Winter rye
Danzka DANZKA Vodka 100 cl bottle.jpg Denmark Wheat
Frïs Denmark Wheat
Blue Diamond Estonia Rye
Kihnu Mark Estonia
Viru Valge Viru Valge 1L.jpg Estonia Grain
Finlandia Finlandia Classic vodka.jpg Finland Barley
Koskenkorva Koskenkorva50cl.jpg Finland Barley
Kors Vodka Kors Vodka Brand.jpg Finland Grain
Ström Finland Grain and potatoes
Cîroc France Grapes
Dragon Bleu France Wheat, barley, rye
Grey Goose GreyGoose Plain750.jpg France Wheat
Jean-Marc XO France Wheat
Mariette France Wheat
Eristoff Georgia Grain ("Pure Grain")
Kleiner Feigling Germany Fig
Magic Spirits Germany Grain
Rachmaninoff Rachmaninoff Vodka.JPG Germany
Wodka Gorbatschow Wodka Gorbatschow 0,1l.jpg Germany
Zaranoff Germany
Reyka Iceland Grain
Romanov Romanov premiumvodka.gif India Grain
White Mischief India
Aviv 613 Israel Grain and fruit
L'Chaim Israel Corn
Keglevich Italy Grain
VKA Vodka VKA Tuscan Organic vodka bottle Italy Organic wheat and spelt[1]
Kissui Kissui Vodka.jpg Japan Rice
Clique Latvia
Latvijas Balzams Latvia
Stumbras Lithuania
Lithuania Wheat Grain

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Oso Negro Mexico
Villa Lobos Mexico
Chinggis Mongolia
Bols Netherlands Rye
Bong Spirit Bong Spirit Bottle cutout.jpg Netherlands Wheat
Hooghoudt Netherlands
Ketel One Netherlands Wheat
Ursus Netherlands
Van Gogh Netherlands Wheat, corn and barley
Vox Netherlands Wheat
42 Below New Zealand GE-free wheat
Vikingfjord Norway Potato
Murree Pakistan
Absolwent Wódka "Absolwent".jpg Poland Grain
Belvedere Poland Rye
Biała Dama Bialadama.jpg Poland Rye
Chopin ChopinVodka ArkadiuszBenedykt flickr.jpg Poland Potato, Rye or Wheat[2]
Ck Vodka Poland Grain
Cracovia Poland Potato
Krupnik Krupnik.jpg Poland Grain and honey
Luksusowa Luksusowa Vodka 1.75mL bottle.jpg Poland Potato
Łańcut Poland Grain
Polonaise Poland Grain
Siwucha Poland Grain
Sobieski Vodka Sobieski.jpg Poland Rye
Soplica Poland Grain, with fruit and nuts in nalewka variants
Starka Wodka Starka.jpg Poland Rye
Ultimat Poland Potato, wheat and rye
Wisent Poland Rye
Wyborowa Wyborowa2.jpg Poland Rye
Żołądkowa Gorzka Wzg.JPG Poland 27 herbs and fruits
Żubrówka Zubrowka vodka 01.jpg Poland Rye
Gold Symphony (Золотая симфония) Russia
Hrenovuha (Хреновуха) Russia Horseradish
Kauffman (Кауфман) Russia Wheat
Kubanskaya (Кубанская) Russia
Moskovskaya (Московская) Russia Rye
Narodnaya (Народная) Russia
Putinka (Путинка) Russia
Pyatizvyozdnaya (Пятизвёздная) Pyatizvyozdnaya vodka.jpg Russia
Rodnik (Родник) Russia
Ruskova (Рускова) Russia
Russian Standard (Русский стандарт) Russian Standard Vodka.jpg Russia Winter grains
Shustov (Шустов) Russia Wheat
Starka (Старка) Russia
Stolichnaya (Столичная) Latvia and Russia Wheat and rye
Stolnaya (Стольная) Russia Wheat
Youri Dolgoruki (Юрий Долгорукий) Russia Wheat
Double Cross DoubleCrossVodkaByCapsule.jpg Slovakia Wheat
V44 Slovakia Wheat
Han South Korea Barley and rice
Absolut Absolut Vodka (Blue).JPG Sweden Wheat
Cape North Sweden Grain
Explorer Sweden Wheat
Karlsson's Sweden Potato
Level Sweden Wheat
Pinky Vodka Sweden
Purity Vodka Sweden Wheat, barley
Renat Sweden Wheat
Svedka Sweden Winter wheat
Xellent Swiss Switzerland Rye
Khlibnyi Dar (Хлібний Дар) Ukraine Cereal grains
Khortytsa (Хортиця) Khortytsa Silver Cool.jpg Ukraine Wheat
Nemiroff (Неміроф) Ukrainischer Wodka.jpg Ukraine Wheat
Soyuz-Viktan (Союз-Віктан, СВ, SV) Ukraine Wheat
Adnams United Kingdom Barley, wheat and oats
Black Cow United Kingdom Milk
Blavod Black Vodka BlaVod 01.jpg United Kingdom Grain
Brexitovka Brexitovka on a shop shelf.jpg United Kingdom
Chase United Kingdom Potato
Glen's United Kingdom Sugar beet
Isensua United Kingdom Grain
Smirnoff Smirnoffbottle.jpg United Kingdom

(originally Russian)

Grain
Three Olives United Kingdom Grain
Vladivar United Kingdom Grain
3 A.M. Vodka United States Soy
Anestasia Vodka United States Sweet corn
Bowman's United States Grain
Boyd & Blair Boyd & Blair bottle.jpg United States Potato
Cirrus United States Potato
Dubra Dubravodka.JPG United States
Firefly United States Muscadines
Fleischmann's United States Grain
Grand Teton United States Potato
Hangar 1 United States Wheat
Hammer Spring Distillers United States Potato
Korski United States
Leopold Bros. United States
Lotus United States Wheat
Nikolai United States Corn
Orloff United States Grains
Pinnacle United States

(originally French)

Wheat
Popov United States Grain
Rain United States White corn
SAVVY Vodka Savvybottle.jpg United States Grain
SKYY SkyyVodka750ml.jpg United States Grain
Square One Organic United States Organic rye
Taaka United States
Tito's United States Corn
UV United States Corn
VÄD United States
Vodka 14 United States Organic corn and rye

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "VKA Vodka product description". Retrieved 16 March 2014.
  2. ^ http://www.chopinvodka.com/

External links[edit]

  • Media related to Vodka at Wikimedia Commons