Perepelka Karpatskaya Vodka (40%)

The Ukrainian Perepelka (“quail”) vodka is produced by the National Vodka Company, which is part of the Bayadere Group, Ukraine's largest alcohol producer. The distillery had a complete renovation in 2005, modernizing the whole production line and purchasing new equipment from Italy and France. The distillery is located in the Cherkasy…

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Absolut Vodka (40%)

Lars Olsson Smith, a Swedish businessman and politician, was the first who had a continuous column distillery in Sweden in the 1870s. It allowed him to produce a much cleaner and neutral liquor that had been produced in Sweden until then. Lars named his product “Absolut rent brännvin” which means accurately…

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Perepelka Domashnyaya Vodka (40%)

Perepelka vodka was developed by the Ukrainian state-owned distillery National Vodka Company. The company was privatized in 2002 and quickly acquired by the Bayadera Group. Bayadera is reorganizing and modernizing the distillery and in 20 years it has grown into the third largest distillery in Eastern Europe. The characteristic of Perepelka…

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Żubrówka Zlota (37.50%)

Zlota is a flavoured vodka from the Polish Żubrówka, better known as their bison grass flavoured vodka. Zlota is made from oak bark, vanilla, prunes and herbs collected from the Polish forest. Zlota was released in 2012 and is produced by a Polmos distillery in Bialystok, Poland. A 50 cl bottle…

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Perepelka Klassicheskaya Vodka (40%)

The Ukrainian Bayadera Group is Ukraine's largest alcohol producer and one of the country's largest taxpayers. They have Khlebny Dar, the best-selling Ukrainian vodka and also in the top 5 worldwide, several other brands of vodka and other alcohols. Perepelka is one of about ten Bayadera vodka brands. The use of…

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Absolut Vanilla Vodka (40%)

Swedish Absolut is the second best-selling vodka in the world. It has been manufactured in Åhus, Sweden since 1879. Wheat grown near the factory is used as a raw material. Absolut Vanilla was developed in 2003, mainly because vanilla is simply one of the most beloved flavors in the world. According…

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J.J. Kurberg Golden Root Vodka (40%)

In 1866, the German pharmacist Jacob Kurberg bought the Moe manor and restarted the production of different spirits. Jacob was a specialist in the use of different medicinal plants and he also made various tinctures. Jacob Kurberg has given this name to this series of spiced spirits from Moe Distillery. The…

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Koch Alfalfa Vodka (40%)

Alfalfa or Lucerne (Medicago sativa) belongs to the bean family. It is very proteinaceous and grows a blue-violet flower. It has been used as horse feed for millennia. The sprouts (germinated seeds) are mainly used for human consumption. The flowers of alfalfa have traditionally been used for tea or to flavor…

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Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka (37.50%)

Zubrowka is a legendary Polish vodka, with each bottle inside a stalk or leaf of bison grass (Hierochloe odorata). This grass gives the vodka a very unique aroma. In addition to this, it contains a small amount of coumarin, a narcotic, why Zubrowka according to the original prescription is banned in…

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Nipernaadi Cherry Vodka (37.50%)

Nipernaadi was a popular novel and road movie in Estonia at the 80’s and gave the name to this cranberry vodka. It’s made by Lithuanian alcohol company Stumbras, from the order of Estonian alcohol wholesaler Global Wine House. It’s made by rectified spirit, cherry juice and a slight amount of sugar.…

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