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The Vodka Beluga Gold targets connoisseurs and enthusiast of Premium vodkas. This Russian differs from other vodkas of the same brand Beluga with a quintuple distillation (on the contrary to the usual triple distillation process). Moreover, each bottle comes with its own serial number and is closed with a red wax seal. The real Beluga Gold Line comes always with an original hammer to open the bottle and a small brush for the cleaning. This way, the maker highlights the limited edition's authenticity and individuality with a powerful attitude.
Description of Vodka Beluga Gold Line
Vodka Beluga Gold Line
- Colour: Entirely clear and colourless, like water.
- Aroma: An intense and pure alcohol scent with overtones of white pepper and cinnamon.
- Taste: The texture is remarkably smooth and creamy with a crisp and pure vodka taste, a bit gentler than one would expect. Subtle notes of sage and vanilla melt into a long and clean finish.
PRODUCER: Beluga. Beluga is located in a picturesque and ecologically pure corner of Siberia, 300 kilometres away from the closest village.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: Vodka Beluga Gold Line is a grain spirit made using pure artesian water and also includes rice extract and rhodiola rosea extract, and is filtered using quartz sand. After distillation, the vodka is aged or "rested" for 3 months, during which time the vodka acquires a balanced structure. During production, undergoes constant quality control at every phase. The luxurious appeal of Vodka Beluga Gold Line continues with the presentation. Each handmade bottle is numbered to show its uniqueness. The cork is held by a delicate wire muzzle. Each bottle comes with a beautifully decorated small wooden hammer to remove the sealing wax and a brush to dust off any remnants. As a finishing touch, Vodka Beluga Gold Line is packaged in a special gift packaging, making it a perfect impressive gift. This vodka blends seamlessly with a wide variety of cocktails.
Beluga or Mariinsk Distillery was founded in 1902 on the northern border of Siberia.More about the Winery