was already pretty fun, but one thing it didn't have: actual filtering through crystal skulls. And while was not, in fact, filtered in outer space, it used the next best thing: naturally occurring space junk, aka meteorites. Besides, apparently whiskey brewed in space smells and tastes like burnt rubber.
A lot of vodkas, especially on the bottom of the shelf, are filtered through charcoal, a form of carbon. But only a small portion of meteorites are made of carbon – many are silicon materials or nickel and iron metallic meteors. The latter is usually the type of thing filters are keeping out. Silicon, on the other hand, is used in more recent filtration systems. So, while online information about Outer Space Vodka is ... scant (it has a , but no official website), we're assuming that silicon meteorites are used, or the meteorite filtration process is a gimmick.
But of course, it's ALL a gimmick, that's the point. But this gimmick is much, much less expensive than Crystal Skull Vodka, and still has a goofy bottle made to look like a green alien head, though UFO enthusiasts will tell you they actually have grey skin, but they also believe the president is a reptilian, so what do they know? It retails for $29.99, but you can get a and get your Christmas shopping out of the way.