Russian Standard Vodka 70 cl
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Co-op and Morrisons have both removed Russian vodka from their shelves for the ‘foreseeable future’ in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
When tasting, serve Russian Standard chilled. Pour a small amount into a glass, swirl, and sniff to appreciate its aroma. Take a small sip to coat your mouth, noting the texture and flavors, then swallow and pay attention to the aftertaste. How Does Russian Standard Vodka Commit to Quality? From grain to bottle, Russian Standard takes meticulous steps to ensure quality. The wheat is sourced from the Russian heartland, and the water from Lake Ladoga undergoes rigorous purification. Every step, from fermentation to bottling, is carefully controlled and monitored to meet its high standards. Can I Tour the Russian Standard Vodka Distillery? All over the world, people associate Vodka directly with Russia. That's why some brands jumped onto this and created bottles that sound like their Vodka is Russian-made when it's actually not. Vodka made in Russia is also perceived as a quality seal. Though, in the US, the import of Vodka brands from Russia is declining. In 2021, Russian brands only accounted for 1.3% of Vodka imports to the United States. [ 2] And you can bet that this number will be even lower in 2023. Vodka Brands that sound Russian but are not Recently named the world’s best vodka by the Beverage Testing Institute (BTI), Stolichnaya’s Elit Vodka is an ultra-lavish vodka that screams luxury; from the elegant bottle design to the velvety mouthfeel and touch of sweetness on the palate.
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As of 1 January 2021, Roust UK Ltd will operate as a full-service distributor and will directly manage customer relationships and the supply chain to the major Grocers. The company will sell direct to the major Grocers whilst working with Paragon Brands to manage distribution to the Impulse, Wholesale and the On-Trade channels. One is that it is made with Russian winter wheat, which is supposed to give the vodka a smoother taste.
Russian Standard Vodka is the World’s Number 1 premium Russian vodka with global sales of over 3.6M 9L cases. In the UK, Russian Standard is the Number 2 vodka brand selling over 1 million 9L cases. The Russian Standard portfolio includes flagship vodka brand Russian Standard Original and premium products Russian Standard Gold and Russian Standard Platinum. If you're looking for a Russian vodka that's not Russian Standard, there are a few other brands to try. Stolichnaya is one of the most popular vodkas in Russia and has been around since 1938. There's also Beluga, which is produced in Siberia and uses local ingredients like honey and soybeans. Neil Barker, Managing Director UK&I at William Grant & Sons, added: “We are glad to have played a key role in the development of the Russian Standard, Green Mark and Żubrówka brands over the last five years, and we wish Roust well in the new venture. This is an exciting time for William Grant & Sons as we take our next step to prioritise the long-term success and growth of our own premium and luxury portfolio, ensuring a smooth transition period for all our valued customers to Roust UK Ltd and Paragon Brands.” The launch of Roust UK will see the natural end of the five-year partnership between Roust and William Grant & Sons UK as of December 2020. The two companies will continue their strong working relationships across other international markets in the EMEA region, including Poland, Hungary and France. Roust will manage the import and distribution of the Roust portfolio in the UK which includes premium, iconic vodka brands Russian Standard, Żubrówka and Green Mark.
Russian Standard Vodka is available in liquor stores, supermarkets, and online. It's one of the most popular vodkas in the world, so it shouldn't be too hard to find. Prices vary depending on where you buy it, but it's generally affordable.