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De Luxe Rested In Barrel

De Luxe Rested In Barrel
Description

THAT'S MY SPIRIT

Nemiroff De Luxe Rested in Barrel is a premium product created according to an authentic recipe. Vodka aged in wooden barrels absorbs spiciness, light sweetness, astringency of oak bark and a rich woody aroma. That is why the taste of the drink is full of unexpected facets and exclusive shades. The first Ukrainian vodka aged in barrels

Medal 1 Medal 2
  • LUXURY GRAIN ALCOHOL "LUXURY" GRAIN ALCOHOL
  • PURE NATURAL WATER PURE NATURAL WATER
  • MATURATION IN OAK BARRELS MATURATION IN OAK BARRELS
  • 11 STAGES OF FILTRATION 11 STAGES OF FILTRATION
De Luxe Rested In Barrel
Bottle
1000 ml
Bottle
700 ml
Bottle
500 ml
Bottle
200 ml
Bottle
100 ml
abv
40%
Taste

Nemiroff De Luxe is a strong vodka that tastes best chilled. Pour 60 ml of Nemiroft De Luxe, add two cubes of ice and feel the tart taste combined with a subtle refreshing aroma

Serving temperature: 10-12°C

FAQ

1. What is special about De Luxe Rested in Barrel vodka?

De Luxe Rested in Barrel is a unique and distinguished vodka from Nemiroff that sets it apart is its remarkable infusion process in oak barrels, which imparts a soft woody taste to the vodka. This innovative approach creates a distinct flavor profile, making it stand out as a premium and sophisticated choice

2. Is this the first Ukrainian vodka that was infused in barrels?

Yes, De Luxe Rested in Barrel is the first Ukrainian vodka that has been infused in barrels. This technique brings a novel and unparalleled dimension to vodka production, showcasing Nemiroff’s commitment to innovation and craftsmanship in the industry.

3. What is the difference between vodka that has been infused in barrels and whiskey?

The main difference between vodka infused in barrels and whiskey lies in the base spirit and the aging process

Base Spirit: Vodka is typically made from grains or potatoes and distilled to a high level of purity, resulting in a neutral spirit. Whiskey, on the other hand, is made from fermented grains (such as barley, rye, or corn), and the base spirit retains more of the original grain flavors.