Svedka Vodka Bottle Prices, Sizes & Buying Guide

Last Updated on November 5, 2023 by Lydia Martin

Swedish brand Svedka Vodka uses 100 percent Swedish ingredients and is the top-selling imported vodka in the United States. 

Vodka Svedka is made from Swedish winter wheat and crystalline water, distilled five times in 40 hours before bottling. Each Svedka bottle has an ABV of 40 percent. Svedka is a clear, medium-bodied spirit, with notes of creamy vanilla and a peppery finish. 

Find out more about Svedka vodka, including the Svedka price guide. 

Svedka Vodka: A Brief History

Svedka Vodka

The name “svedka” is a combination of two words: Svenska, meaning Sweden, and the word vodka

Guillaume Cuvelier founded Vodka Svedka in 1998 in a town called Lidköping in Sweden. Sweden has been making winter wheat vodkas for hundreds of years, with historical records showing production as early as the 17th and 18th centuries. 

Eventually, Guillaume Cuvelier opened up his own spirits brand named Davos and sold Svedka to Constellation Brands in 2007. 

How To Drink It 

While some prefer drinking Svedka in shots, others aren’t too keen on its harsh alcohol bite, of course. 

Drinking Svedka straight, neat, or on the rocks is rewarding for some as they fully experience the different layers of this liquor. 

And others are happy to experiment with different mixers and flavors (like lime juice and lemonade) to make cocktails (Bloody Mary, White Russian, and Mules).

Svedka vodkas have a daring yet impressive line of liquors, from their one-of-a-kind rosé wine vodka (five percent rosé wine and original vodka) and their flavored vodka, the most popular of which include Svedka Blue Raspberry, Svedka Mango Pineapple, Svedka Strawberry Lemonade, and Svedka Clementine. 

Common Svedka Vodka Prices

Common Svedka Vodka Prices

Type Size Proof Average Price
Svedka 100° Vodka 750ml 100 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Blue Raspberry Vodka 750ml 70 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Cherry Flavored Vodka 750ml 70 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Citron Vodka  750ml 70 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Clementine Flavored Vodka 750ml 70 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Colada 750ml 70 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Cucumber Lime 750ml 70 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Grapefruit Jalapeño 750ml 70 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Mango Pineapple 750ml 70 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Orange Cream Pop 750ml 70 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Peach Flavored Vodka  750ml 70 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Raspberry Flavored Vodka 750ml 70 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Strawberry Colada 750ml 70 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Strawberry Lemonade 750ml 70 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Vanilla 750ml 70 $8.99 – $12.99
Svedka Vodka 750ml 80 $8.99 – $12.99
1L 80 $11.99 – $16.99
1.75L 80 $16.99 – $20.99

Compared to Other Vodka Brands

Compared To Other Vodka Brands Prices


Tito’s Vodka is produced in the first and oldest legal distillery in Texas — it even holds the title “America’s Original Craft Vodka.” Bert Beveridge (aka Tito) personally samples each batch before bottling. Corn is used as its grain spirit. 

A 750ml bottle of Tito’s roughly starts at $18 in prices and has an ABV of 40 percent. 

Skyy Vodka

Skyy Vodka from America claims not to induce any hangovers as it’s virtually congener-free (the variable in alcohol causing hangovers). This product has the faint sweetness of strawberries and cream and has innovative packaging. 

Skyy roughly starts at $9 in prices. Its ABV is also at 40 percent. 


Stolichnaya from Russia has been making vodka for the past 100 years — it’s the first to produce flavored vodka and be marketed as ultra-premium vodka. It goes through a laborious 60-hour fermentation and distillation method to produce one of the cleanest vodkas in the world. And at roughly $10 for every 750ml bottle, we think it’s the best for its price.

Popular Svedka Alternatives Brands

Popular Svedka Alternatives Brands 


Sobieski Vodka is made from 100 percent Polish ingredients. While most Polish vodkas are made from potatoes, Sobieski is made from Polish rye and spring water. In the 2000s, Sobieski released their line of flavored vodka. 

Sobieski performs continuous distillation on its spirits, which have an ABV of 40 percent. 

Deep Eddy

Deep Eddy Vodka was only released ten years ago in 2010. It hails from Texas and is also made from corn, like Tito’s. It is distilled ten times and filtered using charcoal, ensuring smoothness through and through. 

Deep Eddy products sell at roughly $14 for 750ml, and just like other brands, have an ABV of 40 percent. 

New Amsterdam

New Amsterdam from Modesto, California, created an extensive line of fruit-flavored vodka and is considered the fastest-growing vodka brand in the world (according to historical records). 

Their flavors are fun and fresh and can be mixed into plenty of different cocktails. Each 750ml bottle roughly starts at $10. 

Does Lower Cost Equal Lower Quality?

Vodka is vodka — it is traditionally made from grain and distilled multiple times to create a neutral grain spirit [1]. Most of the grain is lost by the time it is bottled, so just because a bottle has a lower price tag doesn’t mean it has subpar quality. 

Svedka Vodka remains affordable yet doesn’t compromise on quality. 

Popular Svedka Vodka Cocktail Recipes

Popular Svedka Vodka Cocktail Recipes

The product Svedka Vodka has become one of the bartenders’ favorite mixers. Here are a few vodka cocktails you can try:

Blood Moon

The Blood Moon is bloody delicious and is perfect for late-night parties. 


  • 1 ounce Svedka Citron Vodka 
  • 1 ounce blood orange juice 
  • ½ ounce lime juice 
  • ½ ounce Italian red bitter aperitif
  • 3 ounces sparkling wine 
  • Blood orange slice 


Combine the vodka, juices, and bitters into a cocktail shaker with ice. Strain and pour into a chilled flute glass, add in the sparkling wine, and garnish with a blood orange slice. 

Cherry Mule

Cherry Mule

The Moscow Mule inspired the creations of plenty of mule drinks. Check out this cherry variant! 


  • 2 ounces Svedka Cherry 
  • 2 ounces ginger beer 
  • Lime wedge 
  • Maraschino cherries
  • Fresh ice 


Muddle three cherries at the bottom of a highball glass. Add in some ice cubes, and pour in the vodka and ginger beer. Stir gently with a bar spoon and garnish with the fruits. 


Is Svedka vodka better than Absolut?

Both brands are highly rated so it ultimately boils down to preference, but we would say that Svedka Vodka is a better deal for its price. It’s half the price of Absolut’s, yet not too far behind in terms of taste and quality. Both have an ABV of 40 percent. 

Of course, Absolut is by no means bad quality, but it’s not absolutely (pun intended) necessary to pay a premium price if you don’t have to. 

Is Svedka vodka any good?

Svedka Vodka is one of the best vodkas for its price. Although inexpensive, it retains its sweet, slightly peppery flavor and is not watered down, unlike other vodka brands with an affordable price point. 

Final Thoughts

There is a reason why the Swedish Svedka Vodka is the top-selling imported vodka out in the United States — that’s because its flavor is inviting yet remains intriguing. Their innovation leaves much to the imagination, and we can’t wait to see what else it has in store for us! 



Lydia Martin

Lydia Martin hails from Redmond, Washington, where you’ll find some of the best cocktail bars and distilleries that offer a great mix of local drinks. She used to work as a bar manager in Paris and is a self-taught mixologist whose passion for crafting unique cocktails led her to create Liquor Laboratory. Lydia can whip up a mean Margarita in seconds! Contact at [email protected] or learn more about us here or feel free to give Lydia a tip.

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