During the enlightened communism in the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia, Vat69 was a local brand of whiskey, produced by the Yugoslavian distillers, aimed for the the upper classes, meaning military and state officals.

The whiskey, basically a bad scotch, was bottled in square green bottles with minimalist label saying VAT69, whiskey.

Unfortunately, this product soon died out, as the officials preffered renowned ,cheaper foreign labels like Teachers, White Horse, Ballantines that could be bought from Duty Free shops on airports, which were, yet again reserved for the officials, as they travelled more than average citizens.