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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.

8 Comments »

  1. Emma says:

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

  2. Chaz24 says:

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

  3. Andrew says:

    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/

  4. Chicca says:

    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.

  5. Joanna says:

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

  6. Robin Mouatt says:

    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

  7. Keith says:

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

  8. Mr Bean says:

    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!!!!

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