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Piotr Smirnov founded the PA Smirnoff distillery in Moscow in 1860. Upon his death, the management of the company passed to his son Vladimir. In 1917, the family had to flee due to the October Revolution, and the distillery was confiscated. Vladimir, however, did not give up and rebuilt his factory in Istanbul. In 1924 he tried to get closer to his homeland, starting to sell his vodka with French labels in Ukraine. The product was so successful that Smirnoff vodka began to be exported throughout Europe around the year 1930.
Today Smirnoff is known throughout the world, thanks to the popularity of vodka cocktails and its appearance in the James Bond saga film "007 License To Kill". Distilled three times and filtered 10 times in columns containing activated carbon, Smirnoff offers the best you could get from a vodka.
Straight, on the rocks, or in a delicious cocktail - there are no limits to your creativity.
Description of Smirnoff No. 21 Vodka
Smirnoff No. 21 Vodka
- Color: it has a translucent with bright flashes of silvery appearance, you can see bubbles.
- Aroma: aromas are mild and pleasant. intense notes of sweet liquor are presented, citrus touches like orange blossom, grapefruit and lime blossom.
- Taste: This vodka is exceptionally pure flavor employed in a variety of popular drinks for their versatile features, there are citrus, juniper and flavors of preparation. pleasant and persistent finish.
PRODUCER: The Smirnoff Company.
COUNTRY: United Kingdom.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: vodka distilled three times and ten times filtered using a traditional method with coal. Suitable for a variety of cocktails like Moscow Mule, Cosmopolitan or Bloody Mary. Triple distillation from various grains, filtered ten times in seven carbon columns.
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Smirnoff is a brand of vodka owned and produced by the British company Diageo. The Smirnoff brand was founded in Moscow when Pyotr Arsenievich Smirnov (1831–1898) opened a vodka distillery.More about the Producer