This Russian vodka has been given a makeover for summer, with a new art deco-inspired bottling. It’s still a relative newbie in the world of vodka, first being released back in 2002, but in that time it’s garnered a legion of fans. Using Siberian water, it’s triple filtered through quartz and silver before being left to rest for 30 days, which allows the spirit to mellow and develop a smooth, honeyed finish. You want to drink this ice-cold, preferably straight from the freezer with a twist of lemon peel or shaken up in summery cocktails.
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