The Grandes Eaux ("Great Water" in reference to the translation of vodka : Small water) collection comes from the legacy of Eastern Europe traditions. The Grande Eau "Traditional" is the first of the range. Distilled from wheat, it is kept in oak cask for few weeks, which is an old-days tradition. This process is bringing an exceptional roundness and...
Produced in the Siberian distillery Mariinsk, Beluga is twice distilled on a wheat base and thanks to a complex process, it is known as one of the smoothest Russian Vodka.
Green Mark is one of the most consumed vodka in Russia. Made from wheat, it is light and perfumed. Its name "Green Mark" pays tribute to an ancient label of the 20's in Russia : it was a quality guarantee for vodka.
Hlebnyi Dar (literally "bread donation") is one of the most popular Ukrainian vodka, consumed in Ukraine and worldwide. Produced since 2002 in Stepanky town (Cherkassy Oblast), it is distilled from the top quality Ukrainian wheat.
Hlebnyi Dar (literally "bread donation") is one of the most popular Ukrainian vodka, consumed in Ukraine and worldwide. Produced since 2002 in Stepanky town (Cherkassy Oblast), it is distilled from the top quality Ukrainian winter wheat.
Distilled on a wheat base, Piasecki comes from a small manufacture of "Thousand Lakes" area, in Masurie region in Poland. First of all, this family business was specialized in apiculture and then started to produce their own vodka. The nature version is classic but smooth.
The Dorda family is running the Chopin distillery in Podlasie region of Poland. All their vodka are produced with local raw materials. The wheat based vodka is a smooth mix between the intensity of a grains vodka and the light sweat hints of wheat in final.