ULTRA - Classic Premium

Russian Vodka
ULTRA - Classic Premium

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An harmonious combination of the highest quality natural ingredients, age-old recipe and ultra-modern technologies ensure exceptional purity and smooth velvety taste of this premium Russian vodka.

Four-time distilled Ultra spirit is fused with a subtle combination of pure honey enhanced by a hint of oat flakes to create classic vodka with round full character and subtle sweetness.

Crafted from selected golden grains of wheat grown naturally in the heartland of Russia, vodka Ultra is distilled four times for ultimate smoothness. Complex charcoal and silver membrane filtration eliminates all impurities and heavy alcohols. Only natural water from cool underground springs that runs through a process of multi-level filtration is used to ensure unparalleled crystal clear purity.

Highest quality natural ingredients - sweet honey, aromatic thyme, golden oat flakes and wholemeal wheat and rye crisp bread - are gently blended into the spirit to achieve a perfect balance of taste.

A patented conical form of the Ultra bottle has been designed in accordance with the Golden Section, or Phi as it is known in geometry. Vodka Ultra deserves a perfect bottle of divine proportions crowned with a unique sphere lens. The lens concentrates the energy of the vodka by safeguarding the molecular structure of the natural water used to make Ultra.

Measuring the degree at which a ray of light passes through the vodka in the lens is a final intricate quality control which uses patented state of the art technology not available anywhere else. Ultra value their vodka so highly they even use precious platinum to decorate the bottle.

1 Comment

Mr Vincent J Blackwell 2007-08-24 15:38:15

Ultra is an affable and sophisticated vodka which utilises an advanced form of technology, the conical lens at the top of the bottle, to ensure its pleasureable purity. I personaly found Ultra to be initially a most endearing Russian varient, with a liqueur like lucidly and a gelatinous viscuosness permeating the vehemently sublte shades of flavour present within the Vodka's soft aroma. However with further consumption, once the vodka present in and before the 'lens' has been devoured, the spirit appears to lessen, and transmogrifyes to form a robust grainy texture and taste which dances well with the prolonged aniseed qualities originally imbued. However, an encouraging start to the premium varients bound within the Russian heritage of Vodka production none the less.