The first thing you notice about this vodka is the packaging. The second thing you’ll notice is the taste. And once you’ve tasted it, you’ll never forget it. Precious Vodka launched in the US in fall of 2014, right here in Texas where it won the Russian House’s Vodka Fair People’s Choice Award. Founded in 2010 by Jewel Lines, it launched in Europe and Australia to rave reviews. In 2011 and 2013, it was awarded silver medals in the prestigious San Francisco World Spirits Competition.

I had the privilege of being one of the first to try this vodka and I can honestly say it’s one of the best I’ve ever had….and I’ve had a lot! Crisp and clean describe it – add cold and it’s the perfect combination for experiencing Precious Vodka. While it’s smoothness lends itself to be easily mixed into any cocktail calling for a premium vodka, it truly is outstanding just chilled and served over ice. Pure elegance and indulgence at it’s best.



Packaged in a blue square box that comes with it’s own pourer, the bottle is shaped like a large diamond. Because, after all, diamonds ARE a girl’s best friend. And this vodka is definitely my friend. Each bottle also comes with a certified precious stone in the cap of either a ruby, topaz, peridot, sapphire or emerald. Made with a grain base and natural spring water, six times distilled and triple charcoal filtering gives it the smooth finish. Perfect for gift giving, bottle service or special events, Precious Vodka will leave a lasting impression on all who taste it.

This premium vodka from Bulgaria will quickly become a staple in your home bar. Grab a bottle as soon as you can. You can find Precious Vodka in the Austin area currently only at Total Wine and More. Ask for it behind the bar at your favorite drinking spots too. Unique, luxurious and Precious…. Precious Vodka that is.



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