Story: This five-times distilled vodka has been filtered through Siberian rock. The story goes that in 2001, 12 gentlemen, including bussinessman Frederik Paulsen, were traped by the glaciers in the South Pole after an emergency landing. While waiting to be rescued, they warmed themselves with vodka and planned an expedition to find the great Mammoth.
However, they were beaten to the mammoth in 2003 when an entire mammoth was discovered under the frozen Siberian tundra. Nonetheless, the men made their expedition and Paulsen honoured the discovery with by creating the Mamont Vodka. The bottle is designed to look like the tusk that was poking out of the ice.
It is produced in one of Russia’s oldest distilleries at the foot of the Altai Mountains. Uniquely, cedar nuts are added to the vodka, the same type that the ancient Mammoths once grazed on.
Grains: Siberian wheat
Area: Altai Siberia, Russia
Tasting Notes: Crystal clear vodka, velvety and rich. Complex nutty aromas followed by citrusy flavours on the palate. Long smooth finish with hints of aniseed and fennel.
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