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Vladivar Vodka, a British brand of vodka, was originally produced in Warrington by the G & J Greenall distillery. In 1990, the brand was sold to Whyte & Mackay and production was moved to Scotland.
The "Vladi" owes its clean taste and exceptional softness to a triple distillation process. It is produced 100% from grain and is filtered with charcoal to achieve maximum purity.
The softness of Vladivar Vodka makes it the perfect base for cocktails and long drinks of all kinds. It is also perfect simply mixed with tonic water and a slice of lime.
Description of Vladivar
- Colour: Like most vodkas, this drink is entirely clear.
- Aroma: This vodka has the classic rubbing alcohol scent.
- Taste: This vodka tastes like a traditional vodka, minus all of the burn. While the burn of most vodkas carry on into the back of the throat, that is not the case with this vodka. Instead, the drink leaves a warm sensation. This vodka tastes good on its own but it's even better when used in mixed drinks.
PRODUCER: The Vladivar Vodka Company
Vladivar is owned by the Scottish distillery, Whyte & Mackay. This distillery has been making fine whisky, vodka, and other distilled alcoholic beverages since 1844. The distillery was founded by James Whyte and Charles Mackay, and the distillery still uses their namesake. The company has distilleries all over the country, including in Glasgow, Tamnavulin, Invergordon, Grangemouth, and more. The company is driven by the ideology of making high-quality spirits at low prices.
COUNTRY: Scotland, UK.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: This vodka is made of 100% grain. The vodka is triple-distilled, which provides its creamy and smooth texture. As a bonus, it is also filtered through charcoal.