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Vodka came from the Slavic words meaning "little water‟ and is arguably the world oldest spirit. It is a colourless and neutral-tasting clear spirit made from grain, potatoes, corn and beets. Vodka basically consists of water & alcohol.
Eastern Style: Originating from Russia & Poland, this style retains a more raw material characteristic and the alcohol may seem harsher in taste.
Western Style: Its aim is for smoothness & neutrality, with a soft creamy texture. It is ideal for cocktails.
Flavoured: Traditional flavouring comprises cherries, plum, honey while the modern flavouring are predominantly orange, cranberry and vanilla amongst others.