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Popular Brands of Vodka

Updated on July 18, 2016

Vodka is a clear almost flavorless spirit, is usually thought of as the national spirit of Russia and other Slavic countries.

Both Russia and Poland claim the invention of vodka and explain that the name is a diminutive of the word voda, meaning little water. Slavic countries have been producing vodka for more than 600 years.

Originally vodka was distilled only from potatoes but today it is also made from grain, mostly wheat, rye and corn. Vodka are distilled at a very high proof (190 or higher) and are filtered through activated charcoal.

List of Popular Brand of Vodka

  • Absolut. From Sweden
  • Belvedere. From Poland
  • Boru. Made in Ireland from grain and pure Irish water
  • Chopin. From Poland; made with potatoes
  • Ciroc. Made from snap-frost grapes in south western France. Distilled five times.
  • EFFEN. A Dutch vodka.
  • Finlandia. From Finland made from spring water and barley
  • Fris. Produced in Scandinavia
  • Gilbey's. An American vodka
  • Glacier. Distilled in Rigby, Idaho, using Idaho potatoes and water from the Rocky mountains
  • Gordon's. Has been distilled in the United States since 1957
  • Grey Goose. From France, made from fine grain and mineral water that's naturally filtered with champagne limestone.
  • Iceberg Vodka. Made from the waters of icebergs from the coast of Greenland

  • Kremlyovskaya. "Kremly" is made in the Vladimir region of Russia
  • Pearl. Made from Canadian Rocky mountain spring water and distilled from Canadian winter wheat.
  • SKYY. American vodka made with 100 percent pure mountain water.
  • Sminoff. From U.S. the largest selling vodka in the world
  • Square One. American vodka distilled from 100 percent organic rye
  • Stolichnaya. A Russian vodka from the makers of Tanqueray gin.
  • Three Olives Vodka. From England
  • Vincent Van Gogh Vodka. From Holland, handcrafted using small batches of the finest grains.
  • Wyborowa. From Poland
  • Xellent. A Swiss Vodka

Vodka, can be stored in the freezer or refrigerator, it won't freeze because of the high alcohol content. It should be served neat or straight-up in a small cordial glass, best serve with caviar, smoked fish, salmon sardines, steak tartare and spicy food.

It is one of the most mixable and versatile spirits and there are hundreds of cocktail recipes. When an opened bottle is refrigerated or stored in a cool, dry place it should last up to three years.

Related Hubs

  • What is Vodka? - The word "vodka" comes from the Russian Zhiznennia voda which means water of life. Vodka is a pure spirit and can be distilled from a number of sources, including potatoes and sugar cane.
  • How to make Bloody MAry? - The Bloody Mary is probably the most popular and vodka-based cocktail in the world and there are many variations of this tempting drink.


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      Tushar Mohajan 4 years ago

      Just Awesome

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      5 years ago

      its very god drinks

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      5 years ago

      these r really top brands....

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      Kamal Bhatt 5 years ago

      need some grape vodka

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      rajnish 5 years ago

      need some more

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      roy maas 5 years ago

      my favorite vodka is Purity - made in Sweden - I have a personal collection of 87 different Vodkas - is there a contest of Vodka ownerships?

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      manoj 6 years ago

      thanks lot ..... So many vodka's brands r here.... Oooo really i got it

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      marto 6 years ago

      vodka is just vodka the only difference is the brand name and the shape of the bottle huh? heheheheehe

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      chandan 6 years ago

      Very nice hub !

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      Sergii 6 years ago

      List of popular vodka brands without a NUMBER 3 vodka brand in the world - NEMIROFF?

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      Pavan 6 years ago

      My friends Says VOdka decreases you immunity level. Is it true?

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      arash 6 years ago

      where is aragh sagiiiiiiii?aragh sagi is a traditional vodka in iran.i love it.

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      gerelee 6 years ago

      bolor, bolor, bolor, that's the finest vodka from mongolia. try it, you will love it

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      mayu 6 years ago

      i liked this vodka vry much........

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      Poonam Bhagat 6 years ago

      Its awesome...........!!!!!!!!!!!!

      I jst loved it a lot


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      rajendra rawat 6 years ago

      wow got good knowledge just sitting and all in a glance....................

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      JAYA SEMWAL 6 years ago

      Hi I like vodka

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      akash 6 years ago

      i like it

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      muntaz hossain. lndia, santiniketan,BITM 6 years ago

      really help me to get a details about vodaka............

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      Ashish 6 years ago

      awesome yar,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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      Dan vodka 6 years ago

      Where's KETTLE ONE VODKA

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      Viraf Bhomisa 6 years ago

      Hi!!! I was looking for information on the various Vodka brands around the world. Thank you for the information you have shared with me.

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      Kasif Iqbal 6 years ago

      Oh very nice I m delighted to get all the information about VODKA.......

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      Kapil 7 years ago

      I had bloody mary with grey goose that was amazing

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      Sandy 7 years ago

      Ohhhhhhhhhhhh Its very very cool !!!!!!!!!!!.

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      ann 7 years ago

      Omg... I luv grey goose.... grey goose is da best vodka in the word.....

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      ttyl 7 years ago

      Where's the Reyka Vodka?

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      Tom Caton 7 years ago from The Desk

      Grey Goose is beautiful, cool list!

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      kk 7 years ago

      interesting article on vodkas..

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      Vodka 7 years ago

      Who can tell me about people who can buy famous Russian vodka brands like Flagman, Velikoe Posolstwo?

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      kapil n 7 years ago

      i got some good name of vodkas

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      Reeya 7 years ago

      Thanks a lot........... u ppl helpd me in completing my project......

      CHEERS........ KEEP ROCKING.....\m/

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      Ari O 8 years ago

      Stoli is still the best tasting Vodka around, enough experience with all brand of Vodkas from 1958- 2005 Grey Goose is expensive and Frenchman don`t know how to make Wodkas Absolut Swedish vodka if you call it vodka is Reinde er piss. Finlandia is Good so is Polish Wyborova. so hera from expert !!!

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      rohansac 8 years ago

      whre's the absolute...???hmmm

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      bhupendra singh shaktawat 8 years ago

      my search end very good knowlage vodka. very good result..

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      gpt m'sia 8 years ago

      briliant knowledge for barmen

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      raaj 8 years ago

      i like vodka brands so much........

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      Rick 8 years ago

      Thank's, I had so much much trouble finding a good list and yours was pretty good and well done!

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      Reelissues 8 years ago

      Level One should be on the top of the list, very fine vodka, I think better than greygoose.

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      girly_girl09 8 years ago from United States

      I prefer Grey Goose. In my experience, it's one of the finest vodkas around. It's very smooth and very high quality. It's one of the only vodkas that I would drink mixed with a bit of water, straight.

      Drink the same amount of Grey Goose one evening and wake up feeling great, drink the same amount of Smirnoff or another low quality vodka and wake up feeling like death.

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      Om Prakash Singh 8 years ago from India, Calcutta

      Amazing list. I knew only about Smirnoff in the above list. Now I know the name that I can try!

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      jayb23 8 years ago from India

      I was looking for such inforamtion and finally i got it. thanks for sharing with us. Cheers

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      MM Del Rosario 8 years ago from NSW, Australia

      Hi Mavern,

      Sorry I forgot your Grey Goose-- so here it is....

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      maven101 8 years ago from Northern Arizona

      Where's my Grey Goose..? Nice, informative Hub...Cheers

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      Horrya 9 years ago

      Very nice hub !


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