What is Vodka?

Vodka is a distilled spirit, meaning it’s made through a distillation process.It can be distilled through a variety of food products like corn, rye, wheat, molasses, and potatoes. Once the distillation process is complete, the vodka is then filtered (often three times over) and sometimes flavoured.



    Plain vodka is pure and simple. It is little more than water and ethanol


    Also known as infused, these vodkas require longer production periods and real finesse to master.Distillers use additional ingredients in their recipes like herbs, spices, flowers, ginger, and other plant parts to create the desired flavor in their drinks.


    They are extraordinarily versatile — you can find the addition of just about any flavor you could ever want within reason.

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Vodka pairing

Vodka, being both flavorless and odorless, makes it a much more versatile spirit than most. “It is also very light and capable of complimenting not just one, but several types of finger foods.

    German and Polish style sausage, especially smoked sausage

    Russian salad (carrots, peas, and potato)



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    Shrimp Cocktail

    Smoked Fish,Dumpling

    Grapefruit Juice, Orange Juice


Know the rules of vodka storage

quick education on the storage for vodka


Serve Vodka freezer cold. The ideal temperature is about 0°C (32°F).

Shot Glasses

Drink Vodka in shot glasses or in small tumbler glasses.When Vodka is served in shot glasses, you should drink it swiftly. Ideally, in a single sip or two sips. Do not add ice

Tumbler Glasses

When Vodka is served in tumbler glasses, drink it as a long drink. A glass should last between 10 and 20 minutes. Do not drink it in a single sip. You can add ice. Hold the glass only to bring it to your mouth. Do not hold the glass longer to avoid warming the Vodka or the cocktail with your hand.


Know the general storage rules

Room temperature is fine, while slightly cooler (like a cellar) could be more optimal. Avoid direct sunlight as this will speed evaporation and reduce shelf life.

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    Once a bottle is opened, keep it upright in a cool, dark place. But we recommend Vodka in the fridge to keep it beautifully refrigerated, ready to mix, and perfectly preserved.

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    Always cover your vodka bottle with its original cap and don’t risk losing it with another one, as the ridges are not the same,

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    Tighten the cap as fast as you can so as to prevent air from going into the bottle while you store it.