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Made from the distillation of anything containing fermentable sugars, Vodka is a clear and unaged spirit. Cereal grains like wheat, rye and barley are the most commonly used bases, but modern Vodkas are now made from crops as diverse as sugar beets, grapes and potatoes. Ideally Vodkas should be colorless, odorless and flavorless, but differences in ingredients and modern production methods have yielded a wide range of flavors. Vodka may be sipped chilled and neat or used as a base for a variety of cocktails, from the Martini to the Cosmopolitan.