The Smoothest New Vodkas

Ignore the rumors about the spirit's demise. It's not only alive--it's more soulful than ever.

.different-text-color { color: red; } Ignore the rumors about the spirit's demise. It's not only alive—it's more soulful than ever. As these brands attest, character trumps a splashy bottle every time. Rob Willey

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For suckers who believe that fancy packaging equals superior vodka, here's proof--via Poland--that plain and cheap goes down just as easily.

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Four kinds of potatoes travel 80 miles from dirt to distillery to make this full-bodied, copper-pot-brewed sipper from Maine.

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This creamy, minimally-distilled, and uncommonly flavorful vodka from Sweden blends seven different heirloom potatoes that have such sturdy names as Solist and Gammel Svensk Rod.

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The Wisconsin producer uses wheat harvested from an island in Lake Michigan to craft a sweet, grassy spirit that outshines the important stuff.

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