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What's all this about - an expensive vodka with a tube of 'gems' inside? Apparently the tubes are filled by severely disable people who gain much from the bright colours and activity. The vodka itself is filtered through gems - these though are real diamonds, rubies, emeralds. Available from specialists such as DrinkOn for £33.75. You can even ask for a specific array of jewels to be added as a bespoke service by the producers. Price to match the gems though at up to £20,000 a bottle.

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I read about Diva Vodka in Tatler a while ago when it was really exclusive. Now I know where I can buy it - thanks!

Sweet. Can you post a picture with more detail? What do the gems look like?

That is the best picture I have been able to find. However Luxist has more details stating that there are 48 crystals in each bottle including pink tourmaline, amethyst, peridot etc.
http://www.luxist.com/entry/1234000587070297/

Wow that is really cool. After reading about it here I went to Harvey NIchols and found it there. On the bottle it says 64 gems inside - the one with real jewels must be stunning.

Found them! They've got a website DIVAVODKA.com. It rocks.

Hi I am Robin from Blackwood Distillers (the producer of Diva)

If anyone would like any more information about the drink please do not hesitate to contact me on robin@shetlandwhisky.com

Thanks
Robin

You can get Diva gem filtered vodka straight from Shetland where Blackwoods are based at
www.ShetlandFood.com

You can buy the whole range of Diva Vodka at Selfridges Oxford Street, and the service I received there was nothing less than was superb! And for all you ladies out there, there is a lovely handsome man working there who even looks like Kevin Bacon!!!!