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Absolut (Sweden) Apeach Vodka 700ml

The peach is loved for its fuzzy skin and sweet taste. But, as beautiful as it is, peaches occur too seldom in drinks. So, they made Absolut Apeach back in 2005 to change that and it soon found its following around the world. 

When you buy 3 or more

ERP $44.99

Single bottle: $39.99

Absolut (Sweden) Citron 700ml

One of the worlds best selling flavored vodkas.

Absolut Citron both enhances a wide selection of drinks and works brilliantly on its own just by adding ice.

When you buy 3 or more

ERP $44.99

Single bottle: $39.99

Absolut (Sweden) Lime Vodka 40% 700ml

Absolut Lime is made exclusively from natural ingredients, and doesn't contain any added sugar. To put it short and simple: Absolut Lime is smooth, rich and very fresh with a distinct note of freshly pressed lime and a slightly sweet and fruity finish. New to the family Absolut Lime - just add soda!


ERP $49.99

Absolut (Sweden) Vodka 40% 1lr

Absolut Vodka was first launched in New York in 1979. It soon became the talk of the town, in the US and eventually of the world. But the recipe behind the clean and natural taste of Absolut is actually older than 40 years. So is the 18th century medicine bottle found in an antique store in Stockholm, Sweden that gave inspiration to the iconic Absolut Vodka bottle.


ERP $59.99

Finlandia (Finland) Vodka 37% 1Ltr

Golden suomi barley and pure glacial spring water give the vodka a dry, light and smooth taste with a gentle aroma.

Finlandia. Pure vodka made by Finland.


ERP $48.99

Graham Nortons (Ireland) Own Irish Vodka 37.5% 700ml

The humble potato is widely acclaimed for creating high quality well-balanced vodka. Graham Norton’s Own Irish Vodka is a great showcase of this with its creamy but earthy mouthfeel and hints of vanilla coming through. With a clean long refreshing finish you will be wondering what you have been missing.

Could Graham Norton’s Own Irish Vodka be the best thing to happen to cocktails since the olive?