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Legend of Kremlin

Russian Vodka de Luxe
Legend of Kremlin

50cl Bottle £23.72
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Country of Origin

Russia

Key Information

Vodka Legend of Kremlin is produced from the special grain spirit 'Lux' (containing 96,5% pure alcohol), soft water from Itar's own artesian well, with the addition of natural ingredients, giving vodka Legend of Kremlin a special taste and an unique refined vodka scent. Vodka Legend of Kremlin is bottled in the special carafe bottles.

Legend of Kremlin brings us back to the cradle of Russian vodka traditions by its original formula and the form of ancient vodka carafe, the traditional flask of glass used in the olden days in Russia for high quality and expensive vodka. Multiple production of Legend of Kremlin vodka started in 2004. Up to now, the vodka has received eleven Grand Prix and nine Gold Medals at the biggest international and Russian degustation competitions and got the Purveyor to the Kremlin title. Vodka Legend of Kremlin supplies to the Moscow Kremlin, the House of Government of the Russian Federation, the State Duma, the Federation Council, the Constitutional Court, the Arbitration Court, the Academy of Civil Services and Duty Free Shops.

Legend of Kremlin vodka is kosher.

The Carafe: On November 7th 1918, the first museum of the proletariat was opened with a spectacular collection of Russian glass and crystal works opened in the former villa Lewe on the Bolshaya Dmitrovka. Among the exhibits a vodka vessel from an unknown master clearly stands out. The vessel was created in the end of the 18th century in the glass factory of Prince Potemkin, which was later also known as the Tsar Glass factory.

The slightly beveled upper part and the massive lower part harmoniously complement in their shapes. Delicate transparency and a cool diamond gloss are brought to life by an inner opalescence. For the recipe from Isidor, was found a unique vessel: the wonoderful decanter of Prince Potemkin glass manufactury. Five centuries after Isidor's time, the Legend of Kremlin sparkles again in the walls of the ancient capital, where the story once began.

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