About LVOV Beet Vodka
Vodka is widely believed to be a Russian drink, but it is said that Poland was producing vodka nearly a century before Russia. The world's first written mention of the word vodka was in 1405 in the court documents from the Palatinate of Sandomierz province in the Kingdom of Poland. Today, Poland, Russia and Sweden equally claim their variations of vodka as their national spirit.
Lvov is made in Poland and crafted the same way it has been for generations. The Lvov line comprises vodka and spirytus, a neutral grain spirit with high alcohol content also known as rectified spirit. Lvov products take their name from the Ukrainian town of Lvov or Lviv, which was part of Poland before the map lines of the region changed in the Second World War, and where the first modern industrial vodka distillery opened in 1782. Most modern vodkas are produced from grain, however the original Lvov expression is made from potatoes, which were introduced into vodka production in the late 18th century and became dominant over the next century.
Lvov Beet Vodka is a smooth and clean vodka with a touch sweetness and peppery spice. It is distilled from beets and bottled at 40% ABV. Lvov Beet Vodka is kosher. Perfect as a mixer or served ice cold or over ice on its own.
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Historians are not clear on the exact origin of vodka since different sources link its beginning to both Russia and Poland. But one thing is clear: this somewhat simple spirit, first used as a medicinal concoction, has become one of the most versatile drinks in the world.
It can be distilled from any type of grains, potatoes, or even grapes worldwide. Due to its simplicity, this unaged spirit's main flavor factor is the quality of water and the ingredients used in the distillation process.
Primarily used in cocktails, vodka can also stand its ground when enjoyed neat.
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