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    You'll be glad to know that there are several options available at your preferred liquor store if you enjoy smooth premium vodka. These spirits, which range from the well-known Seagram's Extra Smooth Vodka to the less well-known but no less delectable Count Pushkin, will smooth out your next Cocktail or beverage.

Seagram's Extra Smooth Vodka

Seagram's Extra Smooth liquor vodka has had plenty of time to produce the goods considering it has been around since 1857, and the business is a cut above the competition. The business is so sure of their products, in fact, that they offer a 30-day money-back guarantee on every purchase. Despite a high price, the company offers a wide selection of vodkas that have won awards. The Extra Smooth Vodka, which is the company's flagship product, is the most notable.

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A mixture of barley and wheat grains is fermented twice to create Pure Vodka. It has a silky texture and a faint spice flavor. Although there are many different varieties of Vodka, this one has a sweet flavor and a protracted, smooth finish. Try a vodka from Scotland's Speyside region if you want to try something new. In addition to having a smooth texture, the flavor is delicate and excellent when served over ice.


Premium brand Amundsen Smooth vodka is created using 100% British wheat spirit and is distilled seven times with Harrogate spring water. It is a flavorful Liqueur that tastes great on the rocks, in martinis, and even in white Russians. The bottle is special and has a retro look that is ideal for social drinking. This vodka has a special name that is based on expeditions that visited the South Pole in addition to having a distinct flavor.

Black Cow

Black Cow is the only Vodka you need to consider if you want smoothness. This vodka has an exceptionally smooth, creamy flavor because it is made from milk of grass-fed cows.

The first Pure Milk Vodka in the world, Black Cow was created by dairy farmer Jason Barber in West Dorset. It is produced in South West England on an organic farm. The method reduces water, energy, and CO2 emissions by turning leftover cheesemaking whey into spirits.

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