Ultimate Beverage Challenge 94 points - A clean, slightly citric nose opens up to a cereal sweet mouthful. You might also detect a whisper of nuttiness in this crisp, pristine vodka. (Apr 2016)
In 2001, after surviving an emergency landing, a group of 12 explorers found themselves trapped near the South Pole.
While waiting for a rescue team, the arctic adventurers began warming themselves up with vodka and planning their next expedition: the discovery of the Great Mammoth in Siberia.
They couldn’t believe their luck when in 2002 an original mammoth tusk was discovered peeking out from the melting ice of the frozen tundra in Siberia.
Hearing about this breakthrough, one of the 12 explorers organized for a team of scientists to go to the site.
Remarkably, the layers of ice revealed a whole mammoth.
To honor this wonderful adventure and the heritage found in Siberia, one of the 12 explorers brought Mamont Vodka to life in the shape of a mammoth tusk.
The most elegant vodka from Siberia, infused with the spirit of adventure, celebrates polar exploration and the epic moments in life.
|The Itkul Distillery is Siberia’s oldest distillery, founded in 1868 at the River Itkul, Altai Region. Konstantin Platonov, a wealthy Russian scientist from St. Petersburg, founded the distillery together with Gregoriy Badyn, a merchant of the second guild.
Today, the Itkul Distillery is the only distillery in the whole of Russia to produce alcohol from pure malt.