Top 7 Rice Vodka Brands

Vodka is traditionally a spirit you drink neat and freezer chilled. It is a versatile drink that works year-round, depending on how you serve or incorporate it into your cocktail. Most vodkas come from wheat, corn, rye, or sorghum.

Japanese rice vodka drink pouring into glass

However, more modern brands have introduced rice vodka to the market. The following list is comprised of vodka made from rice instead of traditional wheat, rye, or corn.

Best Rice Vodka Brands

Take a look at the ranking of our favorite rice vodka brands.


Now that you have been opened up to the world of rice vodka, give one a shot! Our list of the best rice vodka brands is not exhaustive, but it is a good place to start if you are new to the rice vodka scene.

Check out a few of these brands the next time you are shopping for vodka! Leave a comment and let us know your favorite product from this roundup!

Please drink responsibly, be fully accountable with your alcohol consumption, and show others respect.

Written by Rocco

Rocco is a Florida State University alumnus with years of bartending and hospitality experience. From slinging hundreds of vodka sodas a night in jam-packed college bars to serving carefully crafted cocktails in upscale restaurants, there’s not much he hasn’t done behind a bar. Now, Rocco shares his knowledge and passion for all things alcohol-related here on My Bartender for bibulous readers everywhere to enjoy.

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