Vodka is a clear spirit of high purity made from a wide range of raw material such as rye, wheat or potatoes. Originally Vodka production country are Rusia and Poland
History of Vodka :
Vodka, a clear spirit - first documented in the 14th century, when it was initially called "zhizennia voda," meaning the “water of life." This was eventually shrunk to "vodka," which translates as either "water," "small water," or "dear little water" or “little stream” depending on the translation.
Like many spirits, vodka was originally a local spirit made from whatever surplus grain or starch-based material was available. Legend has it that vodka was originally made with potatoes, but it is now produced almost entirely from the cheapest grain available. The top brands use only grain (usually barley and wheat or rye). Some Polish vodka makes a point of the fact that they are made from potatoes.
Vodka is one of the easiest spirits to make. Grain mash is fermented and then distilled in a column still. The distillate is then filtered in either charcoal or quartz crystals, and the product is then reduced to bottle strength with distilled water
Cocktail and tips
Cocktail Base of Vodka (Bloody merry ,Salty Dog,Black Russian, Apple Martini, Espresso Martini, Melon Ball, Ect)