Russian Standard Vodka is anything but standard.

Russia's number one premium vodka is produced using winter wheat from the Russian Steppes. We have no idea what that means, but it sounds impressive.

 Now we’ve tried some vodka in our time but we have to admit, this stuff is good. REALLY Good.  The Version has an appetite for the finer things in life and perhaps the best thing about Russian Standard is it tastes a lot more expensive than it is.  No nasty sharp taste sensations here, this stuff is a dream on the palate, on its own or mixed.    

 

Russian Standard Original owes its name and quality to Dmitri Mendeleev's classic formula, commissioned by Tsar Alexander III for optimum balance and purity. Its combination of traditional wheat taste—from the hardy winter wheat of the Russian steppes and remarkable clarity—from the soft glacial waters of the frozen north—make Russian Standard Original a perfect vodka to sip neat or as your preferred spirit for a long drink. Russian Standard has come to epitomize vodka in the spirit's motherland, and in the process become an iconic symbol of modern Russian life and dynamism. 

 

A bottle will set you back approximately £15 which is an absolute steal. We love it! 

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