Vodka "Koskenkorva" Minttu, 0.5 L
Due to the unique technology of continuous distillation, which includes about 200 steps vodka Finland has a stunningly smooth taste. In the bright and fresh bouquet little sound notes of ripe fruit and barley.
The aroma is very mild with faint hints of freshly baked bread.
Served chilled. It goes well with traditional Russian and European cuisine: pancakes with caviar, fish and meat thistles, soup, hot home-baked game and poultry, stuffed with fruits and vegetables. As an ideal snack marinated mushrooms, pickles and grilled vegetables.
The famous vodka Finland for the first time saw the world in 1970. The raw materials used for its special six-row barley, which gradually matures under the blessed rays of the midnight sun, not setting the horizon for several months.
Technology of vodka Finland also rightly be called unique, since it is manufactured using continuous distillation process, which includes more than 200 degrees of purification, making vodka gains its unique softness. Disitillyat highest quality blended with water born thousands of years ago. This pure water is extracted from a protected source in the Finnish countryside Ramayaki where formed 10,000 years ago the glacier gives her so perfectly clean, it does not even need additional treatment.
Due to its high quality vodka Finland already in 1971 became the first imported vodka in the US, and later won recognition and many prestigious awards in the UK, Germany and other countries.
In 1888, a group of engineers created Altia in the Finnish city of Rajamäki. She was engaged in the production of pressed yeast, vinegar and alcohols. In 1919, after Finland became independent, the “Ban Act” was passed and the plant became state-owned. After the repeal of the law in 1932, Oy Alkoholiliike Ab was established, which was engaged in the production of legalized alcoholic beverages. From 1969 to 1995, the company operated under the name Oy Alko AB, having monopoly rights to the production of alcoholic beverages in Finland. And in 1995, Finland entered the European Economic Space (EEA) and the monopoly associated with foreign trade was abolished. Alko Ltd was divided into three independent subsidiaries, and the main company became known as the Altia Group .
Today, the Altia Group produces its own brands: Blossa, Chill Out, Koskenkorva, Valhalla, OP Anderson, Renault, Larsen and Xanté. The company's products are widely known in many countries of the world.