Crystal Head Vodka is a brand of vodka manufactured by Globefill Inc. in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. It was conceived of and founded by actor Dan Aykroyd and artist John Alexander in 2007.
CÎROC is a brand of eau-de-vie vodka, manufactured by using grapes from the Charente-Maritime region of France. It is produced and distributed by the British-based multinational alcoholic beverage maker Diageo. Since 2007, marketing and promotion for Cîroc has been handled by Sean "Puffy" Combs in an "equal-share venture" with profits from the brand being split between promotional partner Puffy and manufacturing partner Diageo.
Trump Vodka was an American brand of vodka produced by Drinks Americas under license from The Trump Organization. The brand was launched in the United States in 2005, but ceased production under the Trump name in 2011 when it failed to meet the required threshold for distribution. However, it is still sold in Israel, especially around the Jewish holiday of Passover.
Chopin – name of single-ingredient vodka, 4 times distilled from either potatoes, rye or wheat. It is produced by Siedlce-based Podlaska Wytwórnia Wódek Polmos. Chopin was first introduced to North America in 1997. The production is done in small batches. Seven pounds of potatoes are used to make every bottle of Chopin.
Polar Ice is a Canadian vodka produced by Corby Distilleries Ltd. Produced from Canadian corn, it is quadruple distilled, which its vendors claim rids the vodka of microscopic impurities. The vodka is an eighty proof spirit. It is available unflavoured, and in berry and maple flavours.
Kors Vodka is a vodka brand founded by Mitch Krzisnik. Kors Vodka is produced using water from the Italian Alps and grains from 12 European countries, and is distilled using gold and diamond distillation techniques. The recipe for this vodka comes from a batch of Vodka found in Finland, which was believed to be lost for over a century. This batch was a shipment sent from the last Tzar of Russia Nikolai II to George V of England.
Various flavors of anyżówka or anise-flavoured vodkas if not so popular in Polish noble manors in the 17th CE as other well-known nalewkas, still were popularised probably until the beginning of the 20th CE. Because of their typical sweet taste other brands were preferred over them. After the Great War they have not been re-introduced by commercial producers and nowadays if exquisite, remain forgotten and no one has decided to produce them apart from "Nalewki i inne".