The bottle, made from gold and silver and with a diamond encrusted cap, was on loan to a Copenhagen bar which had a collection of vodkas on display.
CCTV showed an intruder grab the Russo-Baltique vodka and flee the bar.
Mr Ingberg, owner of the Cafe 33 bar, told broadcaster TV2 that he had borrowed the bottle from the Latvia-based Dartz Motor Company.
“It has been part of my collection for six months, but not any more,” he said.
Russian luxury car maker Russo-Baltique is said to have created the
vodka to commemorate the centenary of the company’s factory.
The front of the bottle is decorated with leather and has a replica of the radiator guard used for Russo-Baltique cars.
The cap is shaped like a a Russian imperial eagle and is encrusted with diamonds.
Mr Ingberg said the bottle had featured in an episode of House of Cards as a gift from the Russian president to his US counterpart.
Dartz founder Leonard Yankelovich told the BBC he was hopeful he would get the bottle back.