Review and List of Vodka

Vodkas made form wheat, rye, barley, corn, potato. Vodkas made in Sweden, Russian, France, Belgium, Poland, etc. if it matters to the vodka world, it is listed and perhaps even reviewed on the page below.


White Gold Vodka, Russia

White Gold Company White Gold Vodka

Made from 100% pure grain grown in non-polluted areas of central Russia.

Russian Gold is one of the most popular brands of Russian vodka and is our Reader's Choice Award for most sought after, requested, and appointed vodka of 2013. It has been awarded many Russian and international awards which include the International Wine & Spirit Competition, Super Brand and Brand of the Year.





White Gold Vodka, Black Edition, Russia

White Gold Company White Gold Vodka, Black Edition

Made from wheat (lightness and flavor fullness), rye (richness and purity), and barley (density and aftertaste).

Awarded the Gold Medal at Best Vodka 2011.

Produced by White Gold Company in Obninsk, Russia.







Karlsson's Gold Vodka:
made from the best potatoes on earth

Karlsson's Gold Vodka

Is a Gluten-free vodka handcrafted from a variety of new virgin potatoes from Cape Bjare, Sweden, which is surrounded on three sides by the North Sea.

Virgin New Potatoes are both delicious and a delicacy in Sweden and are referred to as Farmer's Gold potatoes. They are considered one of the best potato varietals in the world and are harvested throughout the summer after enduring cold and dark Scandinavian winters. (The most expensive of these potatoes are the ones harvested early in the season - in June.) The flavor of the potato comes from the climate, that precise mixture of rain, sun, wind and temperature native only to this region.

So what does "virgin" mean as it pertains to potatoes? The Virgin New Potato is harvested while still alive and before it has fully developed its skin. Early harvesting keeps the water content high and the starch content low.

Seventeen pounds of Virgin New Potatoes are distilled once and never filtered to preserve the rich and delicious taste. Balanced and smooth. Wine Gifts-468x60



New Vodka Brand Additions

  • Bong
  • Charbay
  • Ciroc
  • Christiania
  • Han Asian
  • Karlsson's Gold Vodka
  • Pinky
  • Reyka
  • Square One
  • Svekda
  • Tanqueray Sterling
  • Titos
  • Zyr

Review of Best Vodka Brands and Types

Forbes' List of the Best Vodkas in the World

  • Belvedere Vodka - Rye - Poland - $32
  • Boru Vodka - Grain varieties - Ireland - $18
  • Chopin Vodka - Potatoes - Poland - $32
  • Ketel One Vodka - Wheat - Holland - $23
  • Level Vodka - Wheat - Sweden - $30
  • Stolichnaya Gold Vodka - Wheat - Russia - $25
  • Ston Vodka - Wheat - Estonia - $23
  • Turi Vodka - Rye - Estonia - $30
  • Vox Vodka - Wheat - Holland - $30
  • Wyborowa Vodka - Rye - Poland - $30

Gayot's List of the Best Vodkas in the World

  • Imperia Vodka - Wheat - Russia - $28
  • SKYY 90 Vodka - Amber Winter Wheat - United States - $33
  • Jean-Marc XO Vodka - Wheat - France (Cognac)- $50
  • Ultimat Vodka - Potato - Poland - $40
  • Xellent Vodka - Rye - Switzerland - $37
  • 42 Below Vodka - Grain - New Zealand - $30
  • Hangar 1 Vodka - Wheat and Viognier Grapes - United States (CA) - $33
  • Roth California Vodka - Wine Grapes - United States - $35
  • Stolichnaya Elit Vodka - Grain - Russia - $60
  • Kauffman Luxury Vintage Vodka - Wheat - Russia - $225

Polish, Russian, American, Flavored, Distilled, Potato, Rye Vodkas, And More!

A good quality vodka is distinguishable by its finish. Good premium brand vodkas are smooth tasting and possess quality textures while badly produced vodkas tend to burn your mouth and throat. Martini purists refuse to acknoweldge that vodka has anything to do with a martini. To them, a martini refers to a gin martini. In recent years, though, companies such as Smirnoff, Belvedere, Chopin, Stolichnaya, Grey Goose and Ketel One have spent enormous marketing sums to alter social norms. Thus, the vodka martini or vodkatini was born and it seems that a vodka martini recipe exists for every liquer, essence and juice known to mankind. Vodka's are made from different ingredients; some vodkas are made from wheat, some from rye or barley, some from potatoes. Glance at the list below and choose your favorite.

How Vodka is Made

Vodka can be distilled from starchy or sugary plants. Today, vodka is produced from grains such as corn, wheat, rye or sorghum. The superior grain vodkas are produced from wheat and rye (example: Belvedere Vodka).

Still, other vodkas are produced not from grains but from potatoes, molasses, soybeans, grapes or oil refining and wood pulp processing byproducts.

All vodkas tend to have a neutral taste because they are filtered through charcoal which removes all impurities so that only pure alcohol and pure water remain. Learn more about the History of Vodka.

Differences in taste between Vodka Brands*

Many vodka consumers claim they can tell a difference in taste between different brands. To test this ability the ABC News program “20/20” conducted a non-scientific survey of six (6) people aged 21-40 who sampled six (6) different brands of vodka. There were five (5) different super premium vodkas ($30-$60, 750ml, 2005) and a mid-priced vodka, Smirnoff ($13, 750ml, 2005).

At the beginning of the survey the participants were asked to name their favorite vodka brand. Four (4) people named Grey Goose as their favorite ($30, 750ml, 2005). After sampling all six (6) unmarked, neat vodka samples, five of the six testers chose the same vodka, Grey Goose,  as their least favorite sample.

When the six (6) brands were combined with other beverages to form a mixed rink, i.e.,  a cosmopolitan - 3 parts vodka, 1 part triple sec, 1 part lime juice & 1 part cranberry juice -  most of them were unable to differentiate between the brands. The suggestion was to order 'house vodka' or an inexpensive vodka with mixed drinks and your favorite (as far as you know) vodka if ordered neat, on the rocks or as a martini.


Origin and Contents of the Best Vodka Brands

  • Jean-Marc XO Vodka – France
    Produced in the Cognac region of France - need we say more? - JMXO Vodka, made from FOUR rare varieties of French wheat, is distilled NINE times in small batches using French copper Alambic stills and then it's micro-oxygenated and charcoal filtered through Limousin oak. JMXO is said to offers a floral bouquet, silky texture, smoothness, no burn and a long finish. Created by Jean-Marc Deaucourt.

    Awards: International Five Star Diamond Award; Vodka of the Year - The Beverage Testing Institute; Platinum Medal - International Review of Spirits.

  • Kauffman Luxury Vintage Vodka – Russia
    Kauffman only selects superior wheat. If one Russian region is not enjoying a bumper year, De. Mark Kaufman is off searching for other regions with bumper wheat crops.

    Awards: Prodexpo 2004 - The Best Russian Vodka 2004; The Brand Of The Year/EFFIE 2004; International Spirits Challenge 2004.

  • Americana Luxury Vodka – Colts Neck, New Jersey
    Americana Luxury Vodka is an unflavored grain vodka that is quadruple distilled with water sourced at 300 feet below sea level. The grains included in Americana are wheat, barley, rye and corn. It is charcoal filtered seven times with a carbon block filter that is capable of filtering even tobacco smoke.

    Americana Luxury Vodka is distilled at a family distillery in Colts Neck, New Jersey at the Laird and Company Plant. It is the nation's oldest distillery. You'll notice the nod to American craftsmanship on the bottle whose main body is clear (signifying white) with tints of read and blue surrounding the corners.

    Americana received a "91, Exceptional, Gold Medal Rating" from the Beverage Testing Institute as well as a "Bronze Medal" and "People's Choice for Package of the Year" by the National Association of Contributors and "Package of the Year Award" by All Pak, Inc.

    Americana Luxury Vodka was introduced in the Fall of 2007. Dan Marino, Hall of Fame and retired Miami Dolphins quarterback is an investor.

  • O-N Vodka – Oregon
    Organic Nation Vodka is a premium organic vodka distilled from rye and grown in Etna, California. The finished product is an organic blend of rye (for sweetness), wheat and corn. O-N Vodka is produced organically: no pesticides, no fertilizers, ionizing radiation, non-potable water runoff, etc. Interesting, the label is produced on recycled paper and the label glue is not toxic.

  • Belvedere Vodka – Poland
    Premium vodka distilled from rye

  • Bong – Holland
    Award-winning artisinal spirits that are specially selecgted from top worldwide distilleries. Pure grain. 6x distilled. Reverse Osmosis H2O. Charcoal Filtration.

  • Ceren Vodka – El Salvador
    Made from sugar cane. Smooth. We are told that it won the gold medal at the San Francisco World Spirts Competition in 2007 for its category.

  • Charbay – United States
    "An art endeavor expressed in alcohols & flavors"...clear vodka, voted #1 in the World by Spirit Journal for 2 consecutive years. Free of charcoal, limestone and other filter agents. Made from American Midwest corn & rye.

  • Chopin Vodka – Poland
    Luxury vodka distilled from potatoes, named after Polish composer Frederic Chopin. Seven (7) pounds of potatoes are used to make just one (1) bottle.

  • Christiania – Norway
    Named for The Bohemian King of Norway (1577-1648), King Christian IV, a renowned sensualist, warrior, artist, architect, and epicurean. Made from Trondelag potatoes and pure Norwegian water.

  • Ciroc – France
    One of the world’s only vodkas created entirely from grapes grown in the high-altitude vineyards in Gaillac, France. Gaillac is perched upon by the stony village walls of Cordes-sur-Ciel.

  • VeeV Liqueur – South America
    Luxury vodka substitute made from organic Acai berries

  • Stolichnaya Vodka – Russia
    Distilled from winter wheat in Russia’s oldest distillery using pure glacial waters. Herbal and pine bouquet

  • Bak’s Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka – Poland
    Distilled from potatoes and artesian well water with a hint of bison grass

  • Absolut Vodka – Sweden
    Distilled from winter wheat

  • Finlandia Vodka – Finland
    Distilled from barley and glacier water, silky texture, medium weight body, a bit harsh yet warm and provides a smooth finish

  • Grey Goose Vodka – France
    Quality vodka distilled from French wheat with impeccable clarity and supple medium weight body. Crisp, clean and smooth finish.

  • Hangar One Vodka – Alameda, California
    Pot-distilled from quality viognier grapes then blended into column still mid-western wheat vodka at the Alameda Naval Air Station. Soft, aromatic and smooth.

  • Karlsson's Gold Vodka
    Is a Gluten-free vodka handcrafted from a variety of new virgin potatoes from Cape Bjare, Sweden, which is surrounded on three sides by the North Sea. Called "Gold" because of its reputation as "Farmer's Gold", a tribute to the gold skinned world-class potato that makes this vodka. Said to be balanced, smooth, rich, and delicious. Read more complete story at top of page.

  • Ketel One Dutch Vodka – Netherlands
    Distilled from pure wheat in an alembic copper pot, a method reserved for fine scotches and cognacs. Citrus and toasted cereal aromas. Sweet and spicy flavor first taste.

  • Luksusowa Potato Vodka (lux-sus-ova) – Poland
    Distilled from potatoes with hint of herbs and caramel

  • Cristall Vodka – Russia
    Distilled from winter wheat and glacial waters with hints of chocolate and vanilla

  • Original Polish Vodka – Poland
    Distilled from rye, crystal clear with lightweight, satiny smooth body with a caramel bouquet.

  • Pearl Vodka – Western Canada
    Distilled from wheat, is brisk and refreshing with soft creamy aromas

  • Pinky – Scandinavia
    Hand blended by champion wine tasters with violets, rose petals and ten other botanicals for a subtle floral scent. Five times distilled from pure glacial water and slightly sweet winter wheat.

  • Purus Vodka – Italy
    Luxury vodka distilled from organic Italian wheat

  • Rain Vodka – Kentucky
    Distilled from yeast and organically grown corn with hint of fruit and toffee

  • Reyka – Iceland
    Icelandic vodka filtered through lava rocks. Made from wheat, barley, and pure Icelandic spring water.

  • Square One – United States
    Organic vodka made from 100% organic American rye.

  • Svekda – Sweden
    From Sweden and made from Swedish winter wheat. Distilled five times.

  • Tanqueray Sterling – United States
    Made from pure grain spirit, distilled twice. Available in both neutral and citrus flavours. American.

  • Titos – United States
    Distilled 6x. Austin, Texas. Made from corn which mostly comes from the grain belt in the Midwest.

  • Van Hoo Vodka – Belgium
    Distilled from grain and spring water. Bouquet of citrus cocoa and grain. Taste of quinine and lemon.

  • Van Gogh Vodka – Netherlands
    Distilled using mostly wheat, some barley and corn in a copper potstill for extra smoothness. Citrus taste, silky texture.

  • Vox Vodka – Netherlands
    Distilled from wheat said to have a weightless body and clean palate (taste)

  • 360 Vodka – United States
    Luxury vodka distilled from grain

  • Zyr – Russia
    Russian vodka. Made from winter wheat, rye, and water that is 460 feet below Russia's heartland, Clean, fresh and slightly sweet finish. 9 filtrations, distilled 5x. Wine Gifts-468x60


Best Value Vodkas

  • Clique Vodka – Latvia
    Known for body, texture, and smoothness. Made from wheat grain using Russian distilling equipment and production standards. Natural spring water from the Latvian forest. Check out the top 10 Clique Vodka Mother's Day martini recipes.

  • SKYY Vodka – USA
    No carbohydrates, said to contain the fewest impurities of the leading brands, distilled from American Midwest grain with cocoa. Considered a light vodka.

    Frank-Lin Distillers Products in San Jose, California produces and bottles SKYY Vodka.

    After bulk ethanol is delivered in railroad tank cars to the Frank-Lin plant, the bulk ethanol is mixed with filtered and de-ionized water (impurities are physically removed from the water source). Specific flavorings are added and then it's bottled with a 42-head filling machine to ensure that each bottle of vodka remains uniform.

    Frank-Lin purchases the ethanol from MGP Ingredients in Atchison, Kansas. MGP is a bulk producer of ethanol for beverage, industrial, and fuel applications. They use WHEAT as the primary feedstock for the process. The distillation plant is in Pekin, Illinois and is currently powered by natural gas. However, they hope EPA approval for coal burning power conversion is imminent.

  • Blue Ice American Vodka – United States
    Made from Idaho's Russet Burbank Potato. Rated #1 American vodka in 2003 by Chicago Beverage Testing Institute. Won Gold Medal at 2005 San Francisco World Spirits Competition. Distilled in Rigby, Idaho by Distilled Resources, Inc., the only distiller of potato vodka in the U.S.

    Review: Nice Bottle, clear tangy taste, no after-burn. Strong, but melo's after time over ice. Good sipping. Sent in by Jeff B.

  • Blue Ice Organic Wheat Vodka – United States
    Made from Idaho water and organic wheat. Produced by master distiller Bill Scott, this vodka is said to offer a subtle taste and smoothness. Don't take their word for it. What do you think? Like Blue Ice American Vodka, distilled in Rigby, Idaho by Distilled Resources, Inc.

  • Smirnoff – Russia, now USA
    Distilled from grain with hint of mint, wet stone and charcoal

  • Blavod Black Vodka – London
    Distilled from grain - color and smoothness attributed to the Black Catechu, a tannin resin of the Acacia catechu heartwood, a tree indigenous to India and Burma

  • Gilbeys Vodka – USA
    Distilled from grain

  • Gordons Vodka – USA
    Distilled from grain

  • Mor Vodka – Poland
    Distilled from potatoes

  • Wodka Wyborowa – Poland
    Distilled from rye

  • Three Olives Vodka  – England
    Distilled from English wheat

  • Olifant Vodka – Holland
    Distilled from grain

  • 3 Vodka – USA
    1st and only vodka distilled from soy and contains no carbohydrates

  • Americana Vodka – Scobeyville, New Jersey
    Distilled from grain

  • Sobieski Vodka – Poland
    Distilled from rye

  • Snow Queen Vodka – Kazakhstan
    Distilled from organic wheat

  • U'luvka Vodka – Poland
    Distilled from wheat, rye and barley
    This new Polish vodka - U'luvka Vodka - is made from a triple grain formula that is legendary in Poland. The legend says that the King (back in the 17th Century) concerned that his courtiers were drinking to his health too heartily and then were subsequently hung over the next day. So, he brought in his alchemist to create a vodka that would allow good times and assure good performance at the day job - the court after all was there to help run the country. Wheat, rye and barley with well water - all indigenous to Poland - make up this stuff of legend in a twisted glass bottle meant to evoke man and woman.

O-N Vodka - Oregon's First Organic Spirit

The owners of Cascade Peak Spirits, Diane Paulson and David Eliasen, have produced Oregon's first organic spirit called Organic Nation Vodka or O-N Vodka as it will be marketed in Oregon liquor stores and restaurants. Currently, O-N Vodka is distilled from organic rye that is grown just south in Etna, CA. However, Cascade Peak Spirits have already planted their own organic rye devoid of pesticides, fertilizers or chemicals close by so the resulting effect will be that they own and control all products used to craft their vodka.

We have yet to taste O-N but a fan of O-N Vodka, SYPSays, "says" that she did a blind taste test with Grey Goose and Square One and found O-N smoother and more refined. Diane Paulson adds that she plans to introduce vanilla- and ginger-flavored O-N while SYDSays hopes for a Yuzu-flavored brand.

Oregon is a leader in the micro-distillery market where small artisan brewers have leveraged the popularity forged by microbrewers.

Cascade Peak Spirits will soon follow O-N Vodka with the introduction of organic gin and whiskey. The gin recipe contains juniper berries, of course, and 13 botanicals grown in their nearby valley.

360 Vodka - World's First Eco-Friendly Vodka?

McCormick Distilling, the oldest (continuous) distillery in the United States, has just released 360 Vodka to compete in the ultra luxury vodka niche. 360 Vodka is made from regular non-organic grain made in the United States. Other Vodka producers such as Purus and VeeV, on the other hand, use 100% organic ingredients in their vodkas. So, is 360 Vodka the world's first eco-friendly vodka? Hardly, but let's expore their claim further.

360 Vodka differentiates itself in a unique way: in its packaging and labeling. The 360 Vodka bottle is made from 85% recycled glass and its logo is blown directly into the glass itself thereby eliminating the need for unnecessary paper. The packaging and printing labels that they do use are printed with water-based inks in lieu of the typical oil-based inks. And last, each shipped bottle has a postage paid return envelope hanging from its neck to allow consumers to return the flip-top closure for re-use with the intent to lessen land fill waste. If you're wondering what a flip-top closure is, think Grolsch beer bottles. They also claim to donate $20 per case to a coastal conservation non-profit and $1 per case to a general environmental cause. These initiatives are all good but the donations, although good, smell of marketing strategy rather than sincerity.

To remove all impurities, 360 Vodka is distilled four times in a column distillation process then an additional five times in a granulated charcoal coconut shell filtration system. The result is that EPA air and water quality standards are met or exceeded, volatile organic compound output is reduced by 70%, sulfur dioxide emissions are reduced by 99%, and 250% less fossil fuel energy is burned during production. Again, this is all good but why not go the whole way and make the actual vodka product itself organic?

For the record, VeeV Vodka is not really vodka. It is a vodka substitute made from antioxidant-rich organic Acai berries from the Amazon rain forest. VeeV itself makes donations to non-profits, employs energy-efficient distilleries (so we've read), and prints labels on recycled paper with soy inks. Purus Vodka distills its vodka five times and also filters through charcoal. Seems each of these companies is doing something to take advantage of the "green" wave. The proof is in the taste.

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Holly Jolly Christmas Martini Recipe
Dedicated to Burl Ives

  • 3 oz Gin
  • 1/2 oz Dry Vermouth
  • 1 tspn Peppermint Schnapps
  • 1 small candy cane

Add the gin, vermouth and peppermint schnapps together into a cocktail shaker which is filled halfway with cold, cracked ice. Shake well and then strain the delicious mixture into a chilled cocktail glass. Hang the small candy cane off the side of the rim and voila - you have the Burl Ives' Holly Jolly Christmas Martini.

Burl Ives' Holly Jolly Christmas Martini Recipe


Baklava Martini
We take from the Greeks in our celebration of the fall/autumn season with the Baklava Martini. The closest ting to eating this delicious Greek dessert.

  • 1 fluid ounce amaretto liqueur
  • 3 fluid ounces gin
  • 1 fluid ounce creme de cacao
  • 1 1/2 fluid ounces simple syrup
  • 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Combine amaretto, gin, creme de cacao, simple syrup, and cinnamon in a cocktail shaker full of ice. Shake the mixture together and then strain it all into 2 martini glasses.

En-Lighten-Mint Martini
Perfect for Spring and Mother's Day. Hemingway may even have tried one!

  • 1 oz Cucumber Infused Clique Vodka
  • 3 Lemon wheels
  • 3 oz Sparkling water
  • 1 Mint sprig

Muddle infused vodka, 2 lemon wheels and mint sprig. Strain into a tall glass with ice and top with soda water. Garnish with a cucumber strip and lemon wheel.

Clique Vodka En-Lighten-Mint Martini


Baklava Martini
We take from the Greeks in our celebration of the fall/autumn season with the Baklava Martini. The closest ting to eating this delicious Greek dessert.

  • 1 fluid ounce amaretto liqueur
  • 3 fluid ounces gin
  • 1 fluid ounce creme de cacao
  • 1 1/2 fluid ounces simple syrup
  • 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Combine amaretto, gin, creme de cacao, simple syrup, and cinnamon in a cocktail shaker full of ice. Shake the mixture together and then strain it all into 2 martini glasses.

Lefty O'Doul's Pineapple Martini Recipe
JC writes in to the Muse:
"a few weeks ago my wife and I were in San Francisco and stopped in Lefty O'Douls for drinks... she had a SKYY infused pineapple martini that she loved... I've looked all over for a recipe and can't find you know of any?"

Well, JC, we were wondering how Lefty O'Doul's made their Pineapple Martini also so we called them. We spoke with Chuck Davis, the Manager/Bartender. He was the bartender who made your pineapple martini.

  • 1 ˝ oz. SKYY pineapple vodka
  • 1/8 oz. dry vermouth
  • Chill the mixed concoction
  • Serve it all up in a martini shell glass
  • Optional: add a slice of pineapple on side of glass as a garnish

Manmohan Prashar's Real Martini Recipe
Manmohan Prashar emailed us this simple, pure and tasty martini recipe:

  • 1 part red dry vermouth
  • 2 part vodka
  • 3 part gin

Step 1: start with vermouth; measure 1 part, drop a few drops in a chilled cocktail glass; rotate the glass so that vermouth is spread on the glass walls. Pour rest of the vermouth left in the measure glass in cocktail shaker.

Step 2: Add 2 parts vodka to the cocktail shaker.

Step 3: Add 3 part gin to the cocktail shaker.

Shake well and serve
Manmohan Prashar

  Meadow Lark Vodka Martini

Mike Sherwood of Santa Rosa Spirits writes The Muse that he's been experimenting with two infusions from Sub Rosa Spirits. Nothing radical and, that he says, is the point. He likes mixing Elderflower Liqueur with Tarragon Vodka. The Saffron and Cointreau seemed destined as partners, "very lush and warming", he says. Mike adds a hint of fine freshly ground black pepper into a plain Tarragon martini. Grinding in white pepper also works well. The martini is meant to be understated which brings out the delicate flavor of the tarragon.

  • 1/4 oz. St. Germaine Elderflower Liqueur
  • 2 oz. Sub Rosa Tarragon Vodka
  • splash of lemon juice
  • 2 oz. soda water

Combine all ingredients into a martini glass over cold ice - check out Swank Martini Glasses for a nice selection of classic, cool and artsy martini glasses - and shake. The elderflowers bring imagery of a fresh summer meadow at sunrise. The Meadow Lark is Oregon's state bird.

  The Marseille Airport Martini

The Marseille Airport Martini may require 1-2 ounces of ginger ale or a juice of your liking. The weekend bartender at Serattos make this one with a little soda water mixed in. Soda cut the sweetness of the orange liqueur but need to play with this one a little more. The Marseille Airport Martini has a pale yellow orange cast to if from the Saffron vodka and Cointreau. The aroma is warm and familiar yet not completely identifiable due to the toasted cumin wafting over the orange liqueur and fresh lime. Think Golden Cosmopolitan minus the juice.

  • 2 ounces Sub Rosa Saffron infused vodka
  • 1 ounce Cointreau
  • 1/2 ounce fresh squeezed lime juice
  • 2 dashes Peychaud's bitters (Orange bitters will work as well)

Combine ingredients in a cocktail shaker with cracked ice. Shake and strain into a chilled martini glass and garnish with a long twist of lime.

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