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It has already earned six international medals including a best in the world, which received 94 score at the Beverage Testing.
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"Location, location, location" is a real estate phrase used to distinguish an exceptional property; location can also be applied as one of the many factors that distinguish the award-winning Heavy Water Vodka made in Sweden from winter wheat.
Heavy Water Vodka is not just another vodka; it's authentic and sophisticated. Heavy Water Vodka is Scandinavian. It is made with Scandinavian winter wheat--which is said discovered to make the finest vodka. The water is from a recently-discovered underground lake that was formed during the last ice age. The Swedish government deemed this water exceptionally pure. At PH8 it is also ideal for making vodka. It has already earned six international medals including a best in the world, plus 93 points and a gold medal in the Beverage Testing Institute's and International Review of Spirits. The name was inspired by a small group of Norwegian "tungtvann" heroes (known as The Heroes from Telemark) that destroyed the "heavy water" nuclear plant in 1943 and change the outcome of World War II.
Heavy Water Vodka, 40% ABV, (80 proof), is an ultra-premium vodka made on the Blomberg Estate near Kälby in Västra Götaland County located in West Sweden, and is distilled in a continuous still and filtered somewhere between two and four times, the exact number is a secret known by only Mika Pirttimaeki, Master Distiller, resulting in a very smooth vodka with rich flavors on the palate. With a nod to its uniqueness and that it was "created by discerning drinkers for discerning drinkers," Heavy Water Vodka took its name from the rare isotope D20 (deuterium oxide), which scientists refer to as "heavy water" as for every 6,000 parts of water, there is only one part of heavy water.
Displayed on a shelf in a retail shop, in a bar, or at home, Heavy Water Vodka clearly stands apart from other bottles of alcohol. The award-winning bottle design is made of heavy French glass and has a somewhat short and muscular stature with a distinctive Italian-made neutral metal cap and rod placed down the center of the bottle, which proudly bears the name Heavy Water Vodka.
Tasting Notes: Sweden is known as a green destination and prides itself on the purity of its water. As such, Heavy Water Vodka has crystal clarity, with spicy, herbaceous notes on the nose that continue on the palate offering fennel, black pepper, toasted almonds, and orange that continue to evolve in a lingering, long, clean finish. Heavy Water Vodka is perfect served chilled with a twist, or to use in cocktail and culinary recipes.