Vodka is made from high quality grains, DE LUX quality spirits and drinking waters that are oxygenated and filtrated with use of membrane technology, activated coal, some low fat milk powder, as well as tripled filtration - everything to guarantee the smoothest consistency vodka.
Widely used sugars, syrups, herbs, fruits, roots, birch-tree buds, nutmeg, anise, essences, ether oils... and recently vitamins (vitamin C in particular).
Moskovskaya, Stolichnaya, Russian, Pshenichnaya are the original Russian vodkas which are produced in Russia.
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How to Make RUSSIAN VODKA
- Russian starters, or zakusky, include pickled and fresh vegetables, baked potatoes, bread, cheese, salted fish and other readily available snacks suitable to accompany the shots of vodka.
- Food makes drinking more enjoyable, as well as helps to neutralize a large proportion of the alcohol, allowing one to drink more.
- KEEPING VODKA IN THE FREEZER
Vodka has a very high alcohol content. Because alcohol freezes at a much lower temperature than water does, it should not freeze in your freezer unless you have a super-freezer turned way, way down.
What does happen, is that you get really cold vodka, so when you make drinks, you don't need to add ice! You get really cold beverages, without having to worry about running out of ice, without watering down the drink, and without worrying if your water tastes funny and might make the drink taste bad.