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QAVJAR VODKA N°2
Made after a method of 1906 from a distillery on the right bank of the Dzhabayki River. The uniqueness of the technology lies in the fact that ancient technologies are still used in the production of alcohol - the process of FERMENTING wheat wort is carried out with malt milk from barley and millet instead of chemicals used all over the world.
QAVJAR N°2 is a Velvety and elegant Vodka with a dill finish.
QAVJAR VODKA, could be drinked chilled as all the other ones, but this vodka, WITH ITS QUALITIES AND UNIQUE RECIPES, DESERVES TO BE DRINKED AT ROOM TEMPERATURE TOO, like a good wine, cognac or whiskey.
An exclusive design: reusable carafe, phosphorescent label.
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QAVJAR Vodka : The legend
To find the origins of QAVJAR Vodka, you have to go back to the Caspian Sea, to the time of the Cossacks, Tatars and Persians. The latter fought over the providential riches of this pure sea. Sturgeon, the undisputed king of its waters with its highly prized flesh found its way to the best tables. As for the fisherman, he had to be satisfied with the part that was considered the least noble.... the sturgeon’s caviar!
To accompany their caviar, to share the riches of the land and to celebrate the struggles of life, the fishermen made a pure wheat vodka, although illegal. During the prohibition period it became dangerous to even pronounce the word "vodka". This is why the smugglers had subtly renamed their drink "SAMOGON", "Moonshine" in English, in reference to the clandestine preparation of the sought- after nectar in the only subdued light of the moon...
This is how caviar and vodka became inseparable. Season after season, the distillery's recipes have been refined to sublimate the marriage of their vodka and caviar...
Today it is these recipes that QAVJAR Vodka wishes to bring back to life.
By using ancestral fermentation methods, our oldest distillery dating back to 1908, QAVJAR Vodka takes you back to the cradle of the golden age of this fascinating region with its inspiring population, half poet, half outlaw!