Viche Pitia is the re-birth of the taste of 18th century Russian aperitifs, from artisanal recipes absent for over a hundred years. The collection of spirits is produced in Cognac, France using copper pot-stills and multiple distillations as was the case in Russia during the 18th century. Viche Pitia is the result of a Franco-Russian partnership. Lemon on milk was the most popular vodka drunk in the upper echelons of society at the time of the Russian Empire.
Made in France
Barr Hill Vodka is a tribute to the hardworking beekeepers of Vermont. Their season’s work is what makes this vodka truly special. The recipe depends on two simple principles: never heat the honey prior to fermentation and never distill more than twice. The technique preserves the wild yeast and the rich aromatics of nectar - delivering the floral depth of wildflower fields straight to your glass.
Belvedere was the worlds first super premium vodka and represents the pinnacle of the Polish vodka making tradition. Belvedere is exclusively distilled using Dankowskie Gold Rye and is additive free and quadruple distilled for greater purity. This is a vodka that combines over 600 years of vodka producing expertise in the one bottle.
A superb vodka, whose original limited edition release completely sold out, from the splendid Chase distillery. This is flavoured with Seville Orange Marmalade and is brilliant in mixed drinks - try with grapefruit juice and a spot of grenadine.
Chase is a superb potato vodka from the people who brought us Tyrrell's lovely crisps. Fabulously creamy and smooth – serve straight from the fridge for best effects.