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Alexis Vodka 1L - Item Code: 06701
Discover Alexis Vodka 1L:
Alexis Vodka is an American vodka made of exceptional quality ingredients. This drink is distilled for a smooth, robust taste after being carefully chosen for its unique flavor character.
Made in the USA, Alexis Vodka is a grain-based vodka created to deliver a colorless, odorless, tasteless drop at an affordable price point. The result is a fantastic drop that is popular as a party mixer vodka. Alexis Vodka is a proud American vodka and a favorite among New York locals.
Producer Notes: Prince Alexis
Prince Alexis is a drinks producer that is based in Russia. They are known for their high-quality vodka, which is made using traditional Russian methods and the finest ingredients. The company was founded in 2003 and has quickly become one of the most respected vodka producers in the world.
Prince Alexis vodka is made using only the finest wheat and purest water, which is sourced from the natural springs of the Russian countryside. The vodka is distilled multiple times to ensure that it is as pure and smooth as possible. The result is a vodka that is crisp, clean, and perfect for sipping or mixing in cocktails.
In addition to their flagship vodka, Prince Alexis also produces a range of other drinks that are famous in Russia and around the world. These include:
1. Kvass – a traditional Russian drink made from fermented bread. It is a refreshing and slightly sour drink that is perfect for hot summer days.
2. Birch Juice – a sweet and refreshing drink that is made from the sap of birch trees. It is a popular drink in Russia and is said to have many health benefits.
3. Mead – a sweet and slightly alcoholic drink that is made from honey. It has been enjoyed in Russia for centuries and is often served at special occasions such as weddings and festivals.
Overall, Prince Alexis is a drinks producer that is known for their commitment to quality and tradition. Their range of drinks is a testament to the rich cultural heritage of Russia, and they are a company that is sure to continue to be a favorite among vodka lovers for years to come.
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