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Flavored Vodka, Blueberry
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Stolichnaya Blueberry 1L - Item Code: 04734
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Stolichnaya Blueberry is a premium vodka crafted with the finest ingredients. This vodka is distilled four times and filtered through quartz and charcoal for a smooth, clean finish. The addition of natural blueberry flavor gives this vodka a sweet and fruity taste. On the nose, Stolichnaya Blueberry has a pleasant aroma of ripe blueberries. On the palate, it has a smooth, creamy texture with a hint of sweetness and a light blueberry flavor. The finish is crisp and clean with a subtle hint of blueberry. Enjoy Stolichnaya Blueberry on the rocks or in a variety of cocktails for a refreshing and flavorful experience.
Producer Notes: Stolichnaya
Stolichnaya, also known as Stoli, is a premium vodka brand that originated in Russia. The brand was first established in 1938 in Moscow, and it quickly became one of the most popular vodka brands in the country. Today, Stolichnaya is produced in Latvia, using high-quality ingredients and traditional distillation methods.
Stolichnaya is made from wheat and rye, which are carefully selected and milled to create a fine flour. The flour is then mixed with pure artesian water and fermented using a special strain of yeast. The resulting liquid is distilled three times to create a smooth, clean vodka with a distinctive flavor profile.
Stolichnaya is known for its versatility and is often used in a variety of cocktails. Some of the most popular Stoli cocktails include the Moscow Mule, the Bloody Mary, and the Cosmopolitan. The brand also produces a range of flavored vodkas, including Stoli Blueberi, Stoli Razberi, and Stoli Vanil.
In addition to vodka, Stolichnaya also produces a range of other alcoholic beverages, including Stoli Crushed, a line of flavored vodka sodas, and Stoli Ginger Beer, a non-alcoholic mixer that is perfect for creating Moscow Mules and other cocktails.
Overall, Stolichnaya is a premium vodka brand that is known for its quality, versatility, and distinctive flavor profile. Whether you’re looking for a classic vodka cocktail or a unique flavored vodka, Stoli has something to offer.
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Vodka, made by distilling anything that contains fermentable sugar, is pure, un-aged alcohol. Cereals such as wheat, rye and barley are the most commonly used base, but modern vodkas are now made from products as diverse as sugar beet, grapes and potatoes. Ideally, vodka should be colorless, odorless and tasteless, but differences in ingredients and modern production methods have resulted in a wide range of flavors. Vodka can be a cold, pure drink or used as a base for a variety of cocktails, from Martini to Cosmopolitan. Thanks to its humble medieval origins as a medicine, vodka has conquered the world. In 2012, the volume of bottled alcoholic beverages fell to 1.17 billion gallons (4.44 billion liters) of distilled alcohol, making it the most popular beverage in the world. But what is vodka made of? To make vodka, you must first ferment any food that contains sugar or starch and then distill it to increase the alcohol content. (Fermentation means providing yeast sugar so that yeast can produce alcohol.) Today, most vodkas are made from fermented grains like sorghum, corn, rice, rye or wheat, although potatoes, fruits or even just sugar can also be used.