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Crystal Head Vodka is a brand of vodka produced by Globefill Inc. in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.

It was conceived and founded by actor Dan Aykroyd and artist John Alexander in 2007.

The vodka is distilled four times and filtered seven times, with the last 3 filtrations through Herkimer diamond crystals, which are actually a type of quartz rather than a diamond.

The Crystal Skull was designed by John Alexander and was produced by the Milanese company Bruni Glass.

Aykroyd and Alexander first conceived the idea of ​​Crystal Head Vodka in 2007. Due to the lack of additive-free vodka on the market, Aykroyd decided to create one himself. Alexander designed the bottle based on the couple's shared fascination with the legend of the thirteen crystal skulls.

It took two years to complete the production of the bottle, made by the Milanese glass manufacturer Bruni Glass.

Crystal Head launched in Southern California in 2008 and four other states shortly thereafter. It was sold in the rest of the United States in 2009 before being made available worldwide.

Crystal Head vodka was put into early development at the same time as the movie Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

Foreshadowing a legal conflict, Aykroyd arranged a meeting with Steven Spielberg to discuss resolving the problem. To Aykroyd's surprise, Spielberg indicated that he would like Crystal Head Vodka to be served at the premiere.

In 2010, the Liquor Control Board of Ontario refused to take the Crystal Head to its stores, saying people might find the bottle offensive.

 They later revised their decision after a change was made to the box design.

In May 2011, 21,000 bottles of this vodka were stolen from a warehouse in Southern California.

Aykroyd joked that he was happy that some consumers are being offered the opportunity to taste it at a significantly lower price than the retail price.

In 2013, Aykroyd spent more than 90 days a year on the street promoting vodka through shopping and appearances.

The brand was the official vodka of the 2013 Rolling Stones 50th anniversary tour.

In August 2015, Crystal Head Vodka released Crystal Head Aurora, a line extension of the Crystal Head vodka brand.

Aurora is produced by Globefill Incorporated at the Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation distillery in Canada.

English wheat from North Yorkshire, England is processed and distilled five times. The raw spirit is then reduced with water to 40% alcohol by volume.

Unlike Crystal Head Vodka, Aurora is filtered using charcoal, this unique filtration takes 6 hours to remove any impurities.

Aurora is then filtered three times through the Herkimer diamonds.

Aurora passes a final microfiltration before being bottled.

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