NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Baby, it's cold outside so maybe just a half a drink more. We've found five vodkas to keep you warm this Christmas at prices to suit any budget.
Cheap as chips: Beam Inc's Pinnacle Unflavored Vodka
This inexpensive gem won the 2013 International Wine and Spirit Competition's (IWSC) "Gold Outstanding" in its vodka category. The judges note it has "as clean a nose as possible with only the alcohol vapor to tingle the nose."
And at $11 for a 750mL bottle, it's a steal.
Cheap as chips: Distell Ltd's Count Pushkin Premium Vodka
Another IWSC "Gold" winner in the vodka category, this South African treasure has a "lively flow across the palate with energetic feel."
A 750mL bottle will set you back a measly 101.19 Rand (U.S. $9.79).
For a few bucks more: Moet Hennessy's Belvedere Vodka
This Polish single-ingredient vodka, another IWSC "Gold" winner, is the perfect treat for the discerning vodka connoisseur.
You can get more bang for your buck with a one-liter bottle priced at $35.
For a few bucks more: The Drinks Company Ltd.'s Van Gogh Double Espresso Liqueur
The IWSC judges give this unique coffee-infused vodka a "Gold" grade, remarking favorably on the "hint of freshly roasted coffee beans" and "touch of savory cocoa."
You can grab a one-liter bottle of this treat for $35.
Break the bank: Crystal Head Vodka
It's Christmastime; why not splurge on this Canadian gem? For the music fan, opt for Crystal Head's Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Pack which includes a two-CD compilation and a themed Rolling Stones 1.75 liter bottle and display case.
This gift will set you back $99.95.
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