From what I understand this is still made from wheat grains from the Tambov region of Russia, and part distilled in the Russian distillery in Talvis. It is then that it gets shipped to a Latvian distillery for completion and bottling. So in essence it's still pretty much a russian vodka just with a bit of Latvian natural spring water added. Of course because of this for legal reasons they have removed the word Russian and replaced it with Premium on the bottles label. Still damn fine vodka.
- anonymous, 8th Dec '12
This is no longer a Russian vodka because nowadays it's produced in Latvia. It's still a great vodka though. It has a very medicinal quality to it with citrus and vanilla notes. It's smooth too. Wll worth buying.
- anonymous, 26th Jul '11
Now made in Latvia. Same slightly oily finish. You can do a lot worse than buy Stoli.
- anonymous, 25th Jul '11
is this still Russian vodka? I noticed that what I have always bought has changed from made in Russia, to made in Russia and bottled in Latvia, to distilled in Latvia. I wish they would learn from Guinness and return their roots! Wonder about the quality, where is the old taste?!
- Diogenes the III, 27th Feb '11
is nice. Great success!
- anonymous, 17th Jun '10
make sure you keep it in the freezer for 24 hours before drinking and it becomes the smoothest vodka you will EVER drink
- bob, 23rd Jan '10
to me, tastes like gasoline
- luke, 15th Dec '09
A decent Vodka for sure; has a stronger flavour then many other vodkas
- alex, 10th Nov '09
is the best vodka of world !!
- Layon, 1st Nov '09
one of the best vodkas on the market. great flavour and ballance.
- househermit05, 11th Oct '08
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