If you like really fine vodka and are willing to pay a lot (Gray Goose prices), I would suggest trying Chopin Vodka. It is a Polish Vodka (no Polish jokes please) they make some of the finest vodka in the world, in fact vodka originated in Poland, not Russia. Chopin is one of the few vodkas still made with potatoes. Potato vodka has a slightly different taste then wheat vodka, a bigger, richer, somewhat starchier taste with a very, very slight oiliness. It is very clean and smooth and goes down real easy. This is one vodka that should be drank straight to be truly appreciated. I would also recommend not freezing it as freezing it hides much of it's rich, complex taste (I would also not freeze a fine whiskey).