Traditional Russian methods mean that vodka is prepared with pure spring water, drawn directly from clearest wells at the Tovaritch!™ vodka distilleries, and using only selected grains, which undergo twenty filtration stages.
One of the key elements to guarantee the purity and transparency of Tovaritch!™ vodka is the water used. This exceptional water comes from the same region as our distilleries, and already undergoes its preliminary filtration when it is drawn. The pure water is in fact filtered through the layer of rock, and this first filtration serves to prevent any minerals from forming residues at the bottom of the bottle.
The careful selection of raw materials (only the purest water, and best organic grain from the Volga regions) is accompanied by production processes that are carefully controlled at every stage to guarantee the originality of this Premium product.
Tovaritch!™ vodka has no added flavouring, in line with the company’s philosophy, which values the originality and transparency of this original Russian vodka.
From 2007 to 2011 TOVARITCH!™ vodka has been awarded, every single year, with strong best-in-class international awards and acknowledgements:
- The Spirit Business – Category Premium: Master in 2007-2009 and 2011
- The Spirit Business – Category Russia: Gold in 2007-2009 and 2011 and Master in 2010
- The Spirit Business – Category Design & Packaging: Gold in 2010 and 2011
- The Spirit Business – Category Organic: Master in 2010 and 2011
- International Wine & Spirit Competition – Cat. Vodka: Silver in 2008-2010 and Gold & Best in class in 2011
- Drinks International – Spirit Challenge Cat. All Vodkas: Gold in 2011
- Beverage Tasting Institute: 92 POINTS Gold, Exceptional, Best Buy in 2009-2011
- San Francisco World Spirits Competition: Gold in 2012
At room temperature:
The nose is fine and elegant, overlaid by delicate flavours of fresh lime, with a hint of eucalyptus on a background of lemon flower – it leaves you without any, even tiny, burning sensation of the room temperature spirit – a temperature surprisingly high for tasting a vodka.
Shaken at 0 degrees:
The nose is fresher, lemony, with some anisette undertones. The taste is more elegant, more gentle.