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Thursday, November 18, 2004

Flavored Vodkas from the U.S.S.R.

Fellow collector John Sullivan in Northern California does a lot of business traveling and lucky guy that he is gets to spend a good deal of time in Siberia and some of the former countries of the U.S.S.R. Recently John returned with these two flavored vodkas from Mikulovice and Jesenikach. The Grapefruit is obvious but the other one appears to be a Peach vodka. I guess there have to be some perks if you go to Siberia!

10 Comments:

  • It´s crazy to write about the U.S.RS.R. because these two vodkas come from the Czech Republic and I cannot remember that Czechoslovakia or Czechia was a part of the Soviet Union.

    uhliqueur@web.de

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:09 AM  

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    By Blogger Pyramus, at 12:02 AM  

  • Where is Siberia? Where is Czech Republic? Fanny!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:33 AM  

  • I am interested in selling miniature bottles over 100 that are over 100 years old there is also an Endevour Whisky in the collection. All the bottles are sealed most with lead seals. If you are interested or know anyone that would be intersted please contact me at the following email address ppaulcullen@aol.com

    By Blogger ppaulcullen, at 2:00 PM  

  • i have signatory vintage scotch whisky two bottles 1982 and 1984 with a small glass inscribed signatory vintage - i am wondering if you have any idea of value

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    By Blogger Michael, at 7:32 AM  

  • Friend,

    Recently I inherited a collection? The liquor bottles from around the world in miniature, unfortunately, no? I have to stay with them, mainly due to lack of space? Others Est? paste? has the value to me is immeasurably? level therefore participated fully 90% of the acquisition? es from 1980 to 1985, we acquired in? mere bottles in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and v? several parts of Brazil . All bottles have in m? Nimo 25 years and some over 50 years:

    Vanderlei Torroni
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    55-11-3101-1006
    São Paulo - Brazil

    Just seeing the lot together.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:34 PM  

  • This is a bit confusing mentioning serbia and the USSR. they are not the same conutry and have never been part of the same country

    By Anonymous My Shopping Genie, at 7:15 AM  

  • Dear Sirs
    I have travelled to over 50 countries and have collected a large amount of Alcoholic miniatures

    Not just miniatures of originals but also some special hand painted or designed in various shapes.
    African, latin, exotic, greek, and some themes Football, golf, music, lanterns, buddah, voodoo etc....

    A lot of standard drink box sets and a lot of strange drinks from Belarus, Bulgaria, Russia, and North africa.

    I do not know the total amount of bottles but I suspect in the region of 1000 (one offs no duplicates) most in perfect condition

    What would be your suggestion regarding selling these since I no longer collect miniatures now that I am retired.

    Your advice will me most welcome

    Robert Rizzo
    r.rizzo at btinternet dot com

    By Anonymous robert rizzo, at 10:09 AM  

  • I cannot imagine what schools some of you people on here attended.
    Where is Russia?
    Cannot spell USSR
    CZECHIA what on earth is that?
    Don't know where Siberia is.
    Where is the Czech Republic?
    Mistaking Siberia for Serbia !!!!
    I sincerely hope that the majority of Americans are better at Spelling and Geography than this lot on here

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:23 AM  

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