Best Vodka Under $50

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Top 5 Vodka Under $50
1.

Tito's

Vodka

A Double-Gold winning Vodka from Austin, Texas… YeeHaw! If your last name is "Beveridge," you must be destined for the Spirits business, right? It didn’t seem that way at first. Bert Butler "Tito" Beveridge II originally wanted to train horses. Then, after getting college degrees in geology and geophysics, he got into the oil business and the mortgage business after that. But along the way he started creating homemade flavored Vodkas to give to friends as gifts. He was hooked, forming Fifth Generation Inc. and his Mockingbird Distillery in 1997 — originally two tanks set upon soda-pop crates and powered by a turkey fryer. Today his "little" operation churns out nearly a million cases of Tito’s Vodka per year. In Austin, Texas, there’s plenty of corn around. So, keeping true to his roots, Tito’s is made from 100% local yellow corn. Tito ran personal blind taste tests — buying the best Vodka’s off the shelf and trying out recipes, formulations, and techniques until he thought his was the best. Sales picked up. Then he received an unsolicited request to enter his Vodka in the World Spirits Competition. He was busy fixing a boiler, so he just sent a case to the event… and won the Double Gold Medal. Keeping it simple, clean, and with a rich mouth feel — Tito’s has put Texas on the Vodka map.

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2.

Chase

Elderflower Liqueur

There is just no escaping the sensuous aroma and downright luxurious taste and mouth feel of Chase Elderflower Liqueur.    Williams Chase is just a simple English farmer. When he struggled to make his potato-farming pay, he started transforming his small-farm produced spuds into premium English-style chips. Turns out, selling things made from potatoes was better business than selling the potatoes themselves. Then Williams got ahold of some real potato Vodka for the first time. The smooth, rich flavor of that particular spud-beverage naturally made him consider his home-grown tubers.    Thus, Chase Distillery LTD was born on the farm. The liquor side of this burgeoning business as since grown to a wide range of premium, highly regarded Vodkas, Gins, Ciders, Wines, and flavored Liqueurs — all small-batch, and all perfectly crafted. Their world-class potato Vodka was voted "World’s Best Vodka" at the San Francisco World Spirits Awards and forms the base for their Gins and specialty flavored elixirs. So you see… Williams Chase is just a simple English farmer…    Williams Chase is a British distillery, and today we are talking about their fine Elderflower Vodka Liqueur. Let’s see how long we can go without making a Monte Python and the Holy Grail reference.    Williams Chase takes quality seriously, which is why they grow their own ingredients right on the farm whenever possible. Everything is distilled and bottled on site too, so everything they make is estate-quality from the get go. Chase Elderflower Liqueur is their award-winning potato Vodka infused with elderflowers grown right there on the farm next to the potato fields. There is just no escaping the sensuous aroma and downright luxurious taste and mouth feel. It drinks very well on its own, but you simply have to try it with 1 part Chase Elderflower Liqueur to 2 parts Champaign… a seriously good combination.   OK… we can’t help it… "Your mother was a hamster, and your father smelt of elderberries, and if you don’t buy a bottle of Chase Elderflower Liqueur we shall taunt you a second time!"

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3.

Vdka 6100

“You talk’in to me?”  Yes … I’m telling you to try VDKA 6100, Robert De Niro’s wonderfully unique whey vodka from New Zealand.      VDKA 6100 is the brainchild of Australian Casino owner James Packer and the famous actor Robert De Niro.  Mr. De Niro is an investor is many high-end restaurants and is an avid drinker of martinis, so creating a new Vodka … it just seems right.     VDKA 6100 released their first bottling just last year in 2014 and demand was high.  They announced the launch of the company at the TRIBECA Film Festival and this beautifully-bottled beverage has become the official Vodka of the event.      Since Vodka is distilled down until nearly pure, it can be made from almost any fermentable sugar base. Most of the time this is wheat, corn, grapes, and famously potatoes. But every once in a while someone comes along with a unique set of ingredients. Even though highly refined, the discerning palate can detect important differences in base material and process that separate the winners from the also-rans.      VDKA 6100 is made from amazingly clear New Zealand spring water and whey—a by-product of milk production—derived from organic, grass-fed, New Zealand dairy cows. Only a handful of distillers use whey to make Vodka, but none on the scale of VDKA 6100. And you know what? It makes a difference (and makes it gluten-free). You can sense the difference in taste, mouth-feel, and finish. The clean lemony nose and exceptionally dry finish on this Vodka make it perfect for the classic vodka Martini with sweet vermouth and a hint of lemon peel.    

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4.

Purity

Vodka Signature 34 Edition

Finest-Cut Vodka.   Made by one of Europe’s biggest blend rockstars Thomas Kuuttanen this Vodka embodies the name that it goes by. Coming from Sweden the distillery location is a 13th century Ellinge castle. Thomas's team engineered a special copper-golden pot still just for making Vodka. They source the raw ingredients - winter wheat & barley - directly from the estate surroundings. Then they distill the the liquid 34 times. Yeah, 34 times!    90 per cent of the distillate evaporates during the process and only the purest and most refined cut is selected for the heart. With High purity achieved there is no need for filtration. All natural flavors and characteristics are thus left intact.   Purity Vodka Signature 34 Edition is not just another Vodka in the sea of different Vodkas. It’s made with great care for detail to get the purest, 100% organic Vodka that won’t spring any doubts in your mind… Perfect for neat sippin’ and in all types of cocktails. Cocktail know-how: Simple Lemon-tini We don't endorse the concept of the Vodka Martini, but this spin offers up a fresh, vibrant lemon "Martini" courtesy of a short infusion of the peel in Vodka. It's a great example of how Vodka acts as a superb flavor delivery system. - 2 1/2 ounces / 70 ml of Vodka - 1/2 dry vermouth, such as Dolin Dry lemon peel for infusion and for garnish 1. Put Vodka in a non-reactive container with lemon peel and allow to infuse for an hour. Remove the lemon when flavors have melded. 2. Pour Vodka and Vermouth into a mixing glass. Add ice and stir until well chilled about 30 seconds. 3. Strain into coupe and garnish with another lemon peel.    

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5.

Suntory

Haku Vodka

Lush Nipponese interpretation of Vodka.   The House of Suntory probably needs no introduction, since it’s one of the oldest and largest Spirit makers in Japan. It was founded in 1899 by Shinjiro Torii, a demigod of all things booze. When Japan entered the modern world of industry and innovation, Shinjiro decided to find Sake a few friends from the West. But his mission wasn’t simply blending imported liquors – he wanted to come up with Spirits that would be unmistakably Japanese. After Suntory introduced the first Single Malt Whisky made in Nippon, anything was possible.   While Suntory is the Alpha to Nikka’s Omega of Japanese Whiskies, the amber Spirit isn’t their only offering. Enter the Haku Vodka, a sumptuous Spirit distilled in Kagoshima, Kyushu, made from 100% Japanese white rice. Its name means “white” and it stands for the delicious ingredient grain. White rice has a special place in the culture of Japan. It has always been considered a luxury and reserved for worship (and, of course, the imperial family). The Haku Vodka is filtered through bamboo charcoal in Osaka, which brings out soft, round and sweet flavors. Haku is the apex of artisanal Spirit-making and an echo of Shinjiro’s philosophy of excellence. One may enjoy it neat or mix a proper Japanese Highball with it.

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