Vodka is one of the most popular spirits in the world, with a wide range of options available at various price points. However, for those with a taste for luxury and a hefty budget to match, there are a select few vodkas that stand out as the most expensive in the world. These ultra-premium vodkas are crafted with the finest ingredients, undergo meticulous distillation processes, and often come in exquisite packaging, making them highly sought after by collectors and connoisseurs.
The price tags on these top-tier vodkas can reach into the tens of thousands of dollars, with some even fetching six-figure sums. From limited edition releases to vodkas that have been filtered through diamonds, these high-priced spirits offer a truly unique and indulgent drinking experience for those who can afford them. Whether it’s the craftsmanship, the exclusivity, or simply the bragging rights that come with sipping on the most expensive vodkas, there is no denying the allure of these top-shelf spirits.
An appropriate name for one of the most expensive vodkas in the world, Billionaire is an exclusive product of the Leon Verres Luxury Group. Contained in a diamond-studded bottle, Billionaire vodka is a Russian-style wheat vodka that uses diamonds as a crystal filter. This clearest and smoothest vodka costs close to four million dollars.
The Eye of the Dragon has a price tag of close to six million dollars and is a product of the Hong Kong-based vodka company called Royal Dragon. The Eye of the Dragon is the cream of the crop of Royal Dragon’s luxury vodkas, crafted with winter wheat and distilled five times. The Eye of the Dragon comes in a bottle constructed with 15000 diamonds, and the vodka itself is infused with gold flecks.
Russo-Baltique is both a Russian car maker and a distiller offering one of the most expensive vodkas, priced at a little over one million dollars a bottle. Russo-Baltique debuted in Monaco, its first bottle savored by the Prince of Monaco. Its bottle is made from gold coins overlaid with a diamond-encrusted emblem.
The price tag is in the name of this limited edition vodka from the Russian vodka distiller Kors. 24k George V Limited comprises a mere 250 bottles of premium vodka bottled in crystal with gold detailing. The vodka recipe is the same vodka that English King George V received from Tsar Nicolas II of Russia over 100 years ago.
From the Latvian distiller Stolichnaya, Stoli Elit: Himalayan Edition is a single-source vodka that has won platinum scores from The Chicago Beverage Tasting Institute 11 times. It uses a unique freeze filter process to create one of the best-tasting, most highly decorated vodkas on earth. The Himalayan Edition uses spring water from the Himalayas in conjunction with single-sourced Latvian wheat.
This fashionable vodka is an English vodka variety made from English wheat that undergoes seven separate distillations to ensure optimum purity. Not only do you get superb vodka, but the bottle in which it's served features a diamond bracelet draped around it. Enjoying a drink while simultaneously accessorizing makes DIVA Premium worthy of its name.
From the famed Swedish vodka distiller Absolut, Crystal Pinstripe Black Bottle is their exclusive 10-thousand-dollar premium vodka. The black crystal bottle is modeled after the classic pinstripe look, with raised vertical ridges lining the bottle. Absolut vodka’s signature recipe is clean and crisp, but you’re really paying for the exclusive bottle, of which only 800 exist.
The Polish vodka maker Belvedere teamed up with famed designer Jean-Roch to create Belver Bears. Its name honors its impeccably designed bear-shaped bottle made from the shell of a jeroboam dress, replete with a backlight to illuminate the structure. It’s priced at a little over 7000 dollars. The Polish rye vodka offers a premium quality, distinctly spicy palate with a smooth finish.
Served in a bottle within a diamond-studded Faberge egg, Imperial Collection Super Premium is a Russian vodka that has won Double Gold in international spirits awards for five consecutive years. You can choose between diamonds, emeralds, or gold for the extravagant Faberge egg that will adorn your home long after you’ve drunk the entirety of its contents.
From German brand Iordanov Vodka, the Decadence Version bottles their premium vodka in bottles encrusted with over 8000 Swarovski crystals. Iordanov Decadence Version has a price tag of over 4000-dollars. The high-quality wheat vodka’s subtle and elegant flavor profile is worthy of its crystal bottle.
A product of the American Buffalo Trace Distillery, CLIX represents the roman numerals for 159, which also represents the number of distillations this rare vodka undergoes. Created by master distiller Harlen Wheatley, Clix gets its price tag for its unparalleled smoothness and superior drinking experience. The elegant palate has a fresh nectar nose with a smooth, crisp finish.
A collaboration between Beluga, the top ultra-premium vodka brand in Russia, and Lalique, a venerated designer, Beluga Epicure comes in a limited edition bottle that is a veritable work of art. The bottle’s design is essentially a glass sculpture of a nude woman surrounded by wheat, the main ingredient in Beluga Noble Russian Vodka.
From the famed French vodka producer Grey Goose, Grey Goose VX is their limited edition blend of its signature wheat vodka with cognac. The classic Grey Goose glass bottle comes in the shape of a cognac decanter, thus representing this unique mix of vodka and cognac. The flavor palate is distinctly sweet and dessert-like with a black pepper undertone.
Introduced in 2005 and discontinued in 2011, Trump Super Premium is a premium American vodka produced by the distiller Drinks Americas using former President Donald Trump's name and endorsement to promote the product. Ironically, it continues to enjoy wide popularity in Israel and is a celebratory spirit to enjoy during Jewish holidays.
Ciroc is a luxury vodka producer from France that uses a unique recipe of wine grape distillate to create their delicious vodkas. Ciroc Ten is a limited edition, blue-bottled spirit that debuted to honor Ciroc’s ten-year anniversary. It uses the first harvest of French grapes to ensure the crispest, cleanest palate.