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Characteristics: When you drink Tazovsky, you know exactly what you’re drinking. Tazovsky is distilled 7 times from carefully selected cereals, through an extremely rigorous and carefully monitored process. With every distillation, the true taste of vodka is perfected. Needless to say, the process uses state of the art machinery and technology. Although we are inspired by the past, the production almost seems to be from the future. Water is the second ingredient for quality vodka. Tazovsky choses water sources from deep underground in Latvia, a country known for its springs. Not only that, but with environment protection laws dating back to the sixteenth and seventeenth century, a huge biodiversity and over 10000 lakes, Latvia is a country where water quality is obtained and maintained easier than in other places. Tazovsky should be enjoyed for its true vodka taste, made as it should, by using only 7 times distilled alcohol, with pure water from deep underground sources, with no added sugar. By the book.

History: The recipe came to life over 100 years ago, in the late ninetheenth century, and it was created by Arsenitch, a visionary Russian businessman, nicknamed The Kind of Russian Vodka. Due to the recipe’s resounding success, he became an iconic figure associated to vodka by history up to today. After more than half a century after being created, the recipe is now here. Perfected over time, after going around the world, and appreciated by generations. Tazovsky is inspired by the old Russian tradition, attested by history and by years of constant improvement, and it respects that tradition proudly.

Serving suggestion: Tazovsky Vodka can be enjoyed along with three ice cubes, in cocktails or any easy to fix mix: with tomato juice, orange juice or apple juice.



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Nutrition information:

Alcohol by volume 40%
per 1.5 oz serving
Energy 403 kJ
Energy 96 kcal
Protein 0 g
Carbohydrate 0 g
Fat 0 g
Alcohol per Serving 14 g

Vodka is made by the distillation of fermented substances such as grains and potatoes.

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