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Svedka Vodka Price, Sizes & Buying Guide

Rebecca Hanlon
Last Updated: February 28th, 2023

Looking for updated Svedka prices? Svedka vodka is a party favorite across the world that sits proudly as one of the biggest-selling imported vodkas in the US.

Most people recognize the colorful rainbow bottles and the variety of flavors the brand creates, with flavors like Strawberry Lemonade, Cucumber Lime, and Blue Raspberry.

The brand might only be a little over 20-years old, but Svedka originated from an idyllic, 580-rear-old town, Lidkoping in Sweden. I’d say it’s come a long way.

Svedka combines traditional vodka distilling methods with the modern addition of blending unique flavors. More variety than one should try in one night out!

While every variety of Svedka is as colorful as it is flavorful, the brand’s most popular choice is the OG of all, unflavored vodka. It’s an award-winning choice that’s clean and pure.

It’s smooth enough to drink straight yet versatile enough for cocktails and mixed drinks. The name SveDka is a mashup of Svenska, the Swedish word for Swedish, and vodka.

A Brief History of Svedka Vodka

If you haven’t guessed already, Svedka’s story begins in Sweden! The company launched its 80-proof, premium vodka in 1989 and it didn’t take long before vodka drinkers worldwide wanted a taste.

Svedka distills its vodka five times before they bottle and sell it. That, my friends, is why it’s so dang smooth. It’s easy enough to drink straight with room to create.

This vodka is made using crystalline water from one of Sweden’s ice-cold underground springs (one of the world’s cleanest water sources); add to that some flavorful winter wheat.

There’s surely more in between, but the point is, confident, exuberant, and flamboyant are words used to describe Svedka.

The brand’s original vodka is well known for its heavy body, citric aroma, and a complex palate with tingling hints of pepper. There are several flavors available, but we’ll talk about those later.

We can’t say Svedka introduced flavored vodkas since that was done by Absolut Vodka, in 1986. In fact, Absolut Peppar was the first flavored vodka in the world. But, anywho.

Svedka is responsible for an insane array of flavors that not many, if any, have tried to make.

Svedka Prices, Variations & Sizes

svedka variations

Svedka has about 16 different flavor varieties, and each one has a hefty list of mixes and cocktails that could be made with them. The prices are bound to fluctuate from one area to another, as well as from one liquor store to the next.

Type Size Price Proof
Svedka Vodka 750 ml $8.99-$12.99 80
1 L $11.99-$16.99 80
1.75 L $16.99-$20.99 80
Svedka 100° 750 ml $8.99-$14.99 100
Svedka Vanilla 750 ml $8.99-$14.99 70
Svedka Citron 750 ml $8.99-$12.99 70
Svedka Peach 750 ml $8.99-$14.99 70
Svedka Cherry 750 ml $8.99-$14.99 70
Svedka Mango Pineapple 750 ml $8.99-$14.99 70
Svedka Raspberry 750 ml $8.99-$14.99 70
Svedka Blue Raspberry 750 ml $8.99-$14.99 70
Svedka Strawberry Colada 750 ml $8.99-$14.99 70
Svedka Colada 750 ml $8.99-$14.99 70
Svedka Orange Cream Pop 750 ml $8.99-$14.99 70
Svedka Cucumber Lime 750 ml $8.99-$14.99 70
Svedka Strawberry Lemonade 750 ml $8.99-$14.99 70
Svedka Clementine 750 ml $8.99-$14.99 70
Svedka Grapefruit Jalapeno 750 ml $8.99-$14.99 70

Limited & Special Editions

Svedka Stars & Stripes

Svedka released their patriotic Stars & Stripes bottle in 2016. There is nothing different about the vodka in the bottle. It’s simply a collector’s edition, limited release.  1.5L bottles cost $19.99 at the time.

Halloween 2018

Again, nothing different about the alcohol. This marketing approach brought a limited edition Halloween packaging.

Svedka Vodka Alternatives/Comparisons

svedka vodka alternatives

When it comes to comparisons, vodka has been around for many years and there isn’t a shortage of vodka brands. It seems that Svedka always makes it on the top ten list as the best brand for value.

The vodka is reasonably affordable, so reasonable that some might say it’s cheap. The quality is there, but there’s plenty to compare.

Grey Goose 750 ml $24.99-$29.99 80 Proof
Absolut 750 ml $19.99-$21.99 80 Proof
Belvedere 750 ml $28.99-$33.99 80 Proof
Hangar 1 750 ml $19.99-$24.99 80 Proof
Uv Vodka 750 ml $9.99-$13.99 60 Proof
Spirytus Rektyfikowany 750 ml $24.99 192 Proof

Grey Goose

Grey Goose is a top-shelf, premium brand of French vodka. The naturally flavored vodka portfolio includes melon, vanilla, and citrus fruits. The brand’s cherry and pear vodkas seem to be the most impressive.

Every flavored variety offers the smooth taste found in the original vodka.

Absolut Vodka

Absolute is best served chilled in a shot glass. At least that’s what the aficionados say. The scent is very grainy and simply put; it smells like vodka. There are light hints of lemon balsam and spice.

The odd metallic flavor is off-putting for some, but it’s a smooth hit to the throat. FYI, the flavor and taste of the vodka increase in intensity as the vodka warms up on the way down.


I wasn’t a huge vodka fan until I met Belvedere. This vodka is so smooth and subtly spicy, making an easy shot, sip, or mix. The mildly weighty palate is balanced with a low-key sweetness.

It’s all followed up with a well-integrated, grassy clean finish.

Hangar 1

Hangar One is literally produced in an old aircraft hangar in small Holstein Pot Stills, near San Francisco. Hangar 1 vodka is produced in small quantities and they require extra work.

UV Vodka

UV makes a solid, grainy vodka bouquet. You’ll notice scents similar to breakfast cereal, parchment, and minerals. The palate offers a sweeter reflection with a bittersweet midpalate.

Flavors of coffee bean, cocoa, sap, and sugar are surprising. It’s a one-of-a-kind vodka brand.

Spirytus Rektyfikowany

Spirytus is the strongest vodka on the market. Some manufacturers add a flammable warning on the bottles. The burn is insane, but if you’re looking for a quick hit, this one will do the trick.

Japan sold the company in February but you can still find the potently strong vodka for sale.

How To Drink Vodka

Vodka aficionados and connoisseurs will tell you to drink the liquor straight. However, vodka’s simplicity and light flavor profile makes it easy to mix and match ingredients to make cocktails and mixed drinks.

Whether you take it straight or mix it up, one thing to remember is, always serve it cold. Chilling vodka brings out Svedka’s flavors and textures quite nicely.

If you’re mixing Svedka’s Original, you’ll have total freedom with flavors since it has a neutral taste. Pairing the flavored vodka might be a bit restricting, but you’ll never know if you don’t try.

Unlike many other types of spirits, there isn’t one set style of glassware used for drinking vodka. A highball glass is beneficial when making simple mixes like Svedka and Coke or soda, since it adds benefit to the carbonation.

Cocktails work well in cocktail glasses. If you’re not in the mood and there’s only one plastic cup in your dorm room, go for it!

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Is Svedka gluten-free?

While the distillation process typically removes any gluten present in alcohol. However, some of the ingredients used to flavor and infuse the vodka might contain gluten.

2. How much is a 750ml bottle of Svedka?

The average price of a 750ml bottle of Svedka flavored vodka can range anywhere from $8.99 to $15.99 depending on the location.

The original vodka can start as low as $10.99 and as high as $16.99. The higher the proof, the higher the price.

3. What is Svedka made from?

Svedka uses Swedish winter wheat to make their vodka.

4. How many times does Svedka vodka get distilled?

Svedka distills its vodka five times before bottling and selling it.

5. How much proof and ABV is Svedka?

Svedka vodka is 40%ABV. The higher strength vodka, such as the 100 Proof, is 50% ABV. Svedka flavored vodka are 35% ABV.

About The Author

Rebecca Hanlon

Rebecca has been a blogger for over 5 years, before that enjoying a number of jobs to fund her passion for travel. She's taught English as a foreign language, a part-time Barista, a waitress, and a tour guide.

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