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Types of Vodka Brands

Absolut ​Vodka​
Absolut ​Vodka​

Absolut, Grey Goose and Ketel One are just a few of the most popular top-shelft vodka brands and are included in this list of smooth-tasting vodkas you should know. Absolut, Grey Goose and Ketel One are just a few of the most popular top-shelft vodka brands and are included in this list of smooth-tasting vodkas you should know.

Cîroc​
Cîroc​

Ciroc VS Recipes; Our Recipes; Where to Buy; Follow Us. Discover our variety of vodkas and vodka flavors from CÎROC™ . Find the perfect vodka cocktail ...

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Grey Goose​
Grey Goose​

Grey Goose is in that last category, kind of one of the creators of that last category, actually. And before you go shell out “premium” cash for it, soak in a couple of factoids about one of the strongest, and most confusing, brands in vodka history. Grey Goose wasn’t born in France.

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Krupnik​
Krupnik​

Krupnik is arguably more well known for their liqueurs, especially the honey variety, but this is actually the best-selling vodka in all of Poland. 9 – Skyy Vodka An even more American vodka—the grains are grown in what we assume is idyllic Midwestern farmland.

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Russian ​Standard​
Russian ​Standard​

The brand was introduced as the "Russian Standard" vodka in 1998 by the Russian Standard company of Roustam Tariko. The Russian Standard, later called Original, vodka established the brand as one of the top premium vodka brands in the Russian market.

SKYY Vodka​
SKYY Vodka​

9 – Skyy Vodka An even more American vodka—the grains are grown in what we assume is idyllic Midwestern farmland. The basic bottle is quadruple-distilled and triple-filtered, sold at a baseline 80 proof (though other bottlings like the Skyy 90 go even higher).

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Smirnoff​
Smirnoff​

Many of the brands will seem unfamiliar, because U.S. liquor stores tend to stock up on stuff like Smirnoff, Svedka, and Grey Goose. If you can find any of the unfamiliar bottles, it might be worthwhile to do some taste testing.

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Stolichnaya​
Stolichnaya​

Actually, it’s a relatively young vodka (born in 1996) and the brainchild of an American businessman looking to compete with Absolut. The wheat used to make it is specially grown in Picardy, France. Plus, the lovely bottle. 11 – Medoff Vodka. A Ukrainian vodka that’s grain-based and ridiculously cheap (around $8 per bottle?).

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Svedka​
Svedka​

Svedka Vodka Essential Facts It takes 4 pounds of locally grown winter wheat to make each bottle of Svedka. The brand is now the second-biggest-selling imported vodka in the US.

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Żubrówka​
Żubrówka​

Żubrówka Vodka Essential Facts The name comes from the bison herds (known as Zubr) that graze the grass in Poland’s Bialowieza forest. Żubrówka was first distilled in the 16th century and became a favorite drink of Polish royalty.

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