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British Vodkas and their Distilleries

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Vodka is a drink that's commonly associated with Russia and Eastern Europe, but in recent years vodka distilleries have started springing up across our own green and pleasant land. So many - in fact - that we've decided to pull together an interactive map showing where they all are!

 

Vodka Name Owned By First Released Description Location of Distillery
Adnams Adnams 2010 Winner of the Vodka Trophy at the 2014 International Wine & Spirits Competition, Adnams produces a number of vodkas from their Southwold distillery including Longshore Premium and North Cove Oak Aged. Sole Bay Brewery, E Green, Southwold IP18 6JW
Chase
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Independent 2008 Voted 'Best Vodka in the World' in 2010, Chase Vodka is distilled at on a family-owned farm in Herefordshire. The distillery's rectification column stands at 70ft tall, making it the tallest in Europe. Chase Farm, Rosemaund Drive,
Preston Wynne, HR1 3PG
Glen's Loch Lomond Group 1972 (as Grant's Vodka) Glen's Vodka - originally known as Grant's Vodka until a legal challenge forced its renaming in 2003 - is reported to be Britain's second best selling spirit. Catrine Distillery, Ayrshire, Scotland
Three Olives Proximo Spirits Three Olives is quadruple-distilled winter wheat which has been produced in England since 1998. G&J Distillers, Melbury Park, Clayton Rd, Birchwood, Warrington WA3 6PH
Vladivar Whyte and Mackay 1971 Similar to Smirnoff Red, this triple distilled, charcoal filtered vodka has been produced since 1971. Originally distilled in Warrington, production moved to Invergordon shortly after the brand was purchased by Whyte and Mackay in 1990. Invergordon Distillery, Invergordon, Scotland IV18 0HP
East Liquor Company Vodka Independent 2015 Coming from East London's first vodka, gin and whisky distillery in over 100 years, East Liquor Company Vodka uses 100% British wheat resulting in a creamy mouthfeel and faint anise aftertaste. Unit GF1, Bow Wharf, 221 Grove Road, London, E3 5SN
Smirnoff
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Diageo 1860's (Russia) Spirits have been made on the site of the Cameronbridge Distillery since 1824, when the then-named 'Haig Distillery' was first opened. In 1989 the site was changed from producing not only whisky but also white spirits such as Smirnoff, Gordon's Gin and Archers. It is now the largest grain distillery in Scotland. Cameronbridge Distillery, Cameron Bridge, Leven, Fife, KY8 5RL
Two Birds
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Independent 2013 Distilled in the quaint market town of Market Harborough, Two Birds Vodka is lovingly created in small batches of just 100 bottles. Union Distillers, Leicester Road, Market Harborough, Leicestershire LE16 7WB
Ogilvy Independent 2013 This Scottish potato vodka has won numerous awards including at the International Spirits Competition and San Francisco World Spirits Awards. The potatos are grown on the same farm as where the vodka is distilled! Hatton of Ogilvy Farm, Glamis, Forfar, Scotland, DD8 1UH
Chilgrove Independent 2015 This English grape-based vodka uses filtered mineral water sourced from the South Downs. The Chilgrove brand was founded by husband and wife team Christopher and Celia Beaumont-Hutchings. Charles Maxwell of Thames Distillery, Timbermill Way, Gauden Road, Clapham, London, SW4 6LY
Holy Grass Dunnet Bay Distillers Ltd 2015 Using local produce and ingredients, Holy Grass Vodka is also infused with Highland apples and - as its name suggests - Holy Grass, although the latter has to be sourced from further afield because it enjoys protected status in the local area. Dunnet Bay Distillery, Dunnet, Thurso, Caithness, Scotland, KW14 8XD
Sipsmith
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Independent 2009 Sipsmith's Vodka is made from English wheat in a 300 litre copper-pot still called 'Prudence'... because all good copper-pot stills should have a name! Sipsmith's is smooth buttery vodka with a light, nutty finish The Distillery, 83 Cranbrook Road, Chiswick, London W4 2LJ
Black Cow
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Independent 2012 Created by West Dorset dairy farmer Jason Barber, Black Cow Vodka is unique among British vodkas in that it is made from cows milk. Black Cow is renowned for its smooth, creamy, clean taste. Childhay Manor Farm, Drimpton, Beaminster DT8 3LQ
Our/London Our/Vodka 2015 Distilled under the railway arches of Hackney Downs train station, with a tasting facility open Monday - Friday from midday. Part of the Our/London network of distilleries, all of which use the same recipes but have differing tastes due to using local ingredients. Spurstowe Road, London, E8 1LS
LUX LUX Vodka 2015 Distilled on the same site as a brewery owned by Kind Harold in the 1060's, LUX is a premium, 7-times distilled British vodka hailing from Essex. Luxurious velvety texture
and a smooth finish.
Copped Hall, Crown Hill, Epping, CM16 5HS
Element 29 Green Box Drinks 2012 Distilled at Langley's in Birmingham, Element 29 is made from wheat harvested from East Anglia. The wheat is then transported to Manchester where it is mashed, malted and fermented, before being sent to Birmingham for distillation. Element 29 is also marketed as the world's first refillable vodka. Landley Distillery, Warley, West Midlands, B68 8HA

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