While vodka is famous for being the national drink of eastern European countries such as Russia, Poland and Ukraine, this colorless distilled liquor is popular worldwide and essential for many cocktail recipes. Vodkas are typically made from grains like rye or wheat, but can also be crafted from beets, molasses, grapes or potatoes.
BOTECO Ultra-Premium Cane Vodka
Unlike many vodkas that are made from grains or potatoes, BOTECO Ultra-Premium Cane Vodka is made from 100 percent fresh-pressed Brazilian cane sugar. It is crafted to honor the spirit of Brazilian culture, celebrating the energy and diversity of the country's people. The spirit has a smooth palate and a balanced flavor profile with a hint of sweetness.
AO is the Japanese word for blue, and is also poetically used to describe many shades of green. Thus, the rolling green hills of the paddy fields where Japanese rice is grown are also termed AO, giving this 100 percent Japanese rice vodka its name. Using a bamboo filtration process, the spirit's distinct rice character is preserved, offering a clean, crisp vodka with notes of roasted rice and vanilla.
Smirnoff Peppermint Twist
This limited-edition flavored vodka tastes like sweet peppermint candy and is the perfect addition to a holiday cocktail, or as a chilled shot garnished with a candy cane. Bonus: the bottle is scratch and sniff!
Woody Creek Distillers Vodka
This handmade vodka is cultivated from 100 percent potatoes and distilled only once. Woody Creek Distillers aims to bring real vodka back, not the flavored varieties or the vodka devoid of flavor, but simple, pure vodka.
Top 10 Flavored Vodkas
Flavored varieties of vodka now account for 20 percent of all vodka sold in the U.S. From coconut to caramel apple, check out our Top 10 Flavored Vodkas.
This Polish potato vodka offers bold character with a rich, creamy finish. This is a vodka drinker's vodka: strong with heavy vegetal flavors of asparagus and green bell pepper.