The Water of Life

The versatile, once virtually tasteless and odorless tipple accounts for almost 20 to 25 per cent of spirits sold today in North America, making it our most popular libation, a feat that occurred in the 1970s when it outpaced bourbon as America’s favorite spirit. We raise our glass on October 4 to toast National Vodka Day! National Vodka Day is also National Taco Day


Why Celebrate October 4th?

National Vodka Day is a marketing creation of Nir Knaan that has been celebrated in the United States on October 4 since at least 2009. While October 4th seems well documented as National Vodka Day, we have not found the origins of why, but it works for us. No harm celebrating responsibly on other days as well.

Intoxicating Vodka Facts

    Vodka is lighter than water

    Vodka was used to make gunpowder during the 15th century

    Vodka can be used to make aftershave


Celebrating National Vodka Day

Celebrating National Vodka Day is quite easy. All you have to do is to pour yourself a glass of this Alcoholic beverage or have a glass of it with friends. If you prefer to go out to the local Tavern, Pub or Bar, you can also order one of your favorite Vodka-based drinks. Just be sure to Drink responsibly.

Real vodka fans may even opt to cook with this beverage on this day. And if you’re on social media and enjoying a stiff drink.

National Vodka Day is the perfect day to enjoy a nice cold glass of vodka, or one of your favorite Vodka concoctions, and contemplate the history of a beverage that was born in Eastern Europe and is now enjoyed by people all over the world.


National Vodka Day