On Monday's "Stop Trading!" segment on CNBC, host Erin Burnett asked Jim Cramer for his top Russia play.

"It's not an easy market to invest in," Cramer said. "Normally I'd say Wimm-Bill-Dann Foods ( WBD)," but it has "a lot of debt."

Instead, Cramer recommended vodka retailer Central European Distribution ( CEDC). "CEDC made the quarter," he said. "CEDC is hitting the ball out of the park." It does have a debt issue, but "unlike Wimm-Bill-Dann, this one's going to be able to pay it."

"They're drinking more and more in Russia," Cramer said. "Maybe that's because of hard times or maybe it's because CEDC has a great product."
At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in stocks mentioned.

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