Get your drink on while getting your sorbet on with these freezer pops filled with fruity ice spiked with vodka. Flavors include apple, black currant, and lemon/lime. A welcome alternative to jello shots.
This vodka has a heavenly aroma of burnt sugar and vanilla, but isn’t sweet. This makes for some amazing cocktails, like the popcorn martini, made with caramel corn and simple syrup. Also tastes great with tangy ginger ale, or straight up.
Make your own custom fruit-infused vodkas with this special bottle. Simply place fruits in the base, and add your vodka to blend flavor into your favorite neutral booze. The double-walled stainless container keeps things nice and chill.
Get your liquor and sugar fix all rolled into one thanks to Hard Luck Candy Flavored Vodka; they offer four favorite old fashioned sweets in a drinkable adult form. (Thanks Thomas!)
Created in St. Petersburg with 100% Russian ingredients, including Siberian ginseng, this smooth vodka is quadruple-distilled. Packaged in an elegant ornamental box, it’s perfect for gift-giving.
This Bulgarian triple-distilled vodka contains an insane 88% alcohol (176-proof). It’s sure to put hair on your chest whether you want it or not. The label even says “handle with care.” Please do.
DQ Vodka’s unique bottle is made by one of the finest glass makers in Europe, with metal surfaces akin to high end automotive standards and satin chrome finish for the top and bottom caps.
We dig these flavored vodkas in melon-mint, ginger-coriander and espresso in truly hip flasks with monster illustrations. Too bad they’re only available in Germany, so gut trinken to you guys.
Drink up for science: the methodical minds of RND Vodka use a continuous glass column distillation method to create their small batch spirit, and are donating 5% of profits to science education.
From Jalisco, the newly released small batch Karma tequila is made with a multiple distillation process and no additives. Silver available now; reposado and anejo versions are currently aging.
Attention pyro wannabes: please make sure there’s sober supervision before making any of these drinks you can set on fire; we want you to continue to live – and to read The Awesomer afterwards.
Quadrupled distilled and triple filtered through Herkimer diamonds, Dan Aykroyd’s Crystal Head Vodka from Newfoundland is a pure spirit free of additives, packaged in a supercool bottle.
Dutch beverage maker Medea is offering a small batch, wheat-based vodka that comes in a bottle with a 255 character/6 message programmable LED display. Haiku contest anyone?
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