Beluga Noble Russian Vodka
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The first batch of Beluga Noble Russian Vodka was produced in 2002. It was the first and the dearest to our hearts! This was the result of the meticulous hard work of the Mariinsk Distillery masters.
The refined, rich taste of Beluga Noble Russian Vodka results from its unique composition, mainly due to the malt spirit and the purest water of the Siberian artesian wells. This helps to smoothen the taste of vodka. These carefully selected natural components pass through a triple filtering system. Afterward, Beluga Noble is left to rest for thirty days. Such methods help to neutralize the harsh smell of the spirit and to enhance the rich taste and soft flavor of Beluga Russian Noble Vodka.
Beluga is a world famous noble Russian vodka. Thanks to its aristocratic origins and idyllic quality, Beluga has claimed its rightful place in the global culture of spirit satisfaction and consumption.
To create Beluga, the most noble of Russian Vodkas, we chose The Mariinsk Distillery. The Mariinsk Distillery was established in 1900 in the heart of Siberia in one of the most environmentally clean and tranquil areas of Russia. We believe that true Russian vodka can only be produced exclusively in Russia.
Today, the Mariinsk Distillery is considered in the industry to be the nation-wide leader, thanks to its cutting-edge equipment and advanced quality control systems at every stage of production. Its unique geographical position gives additional benefits to Beluga's taste. The foremost of which is the clean and pure water from Siberian artesian wells.
Water is the key component in the production of Beluga vodka, accounting for 60% of its unique formula. It comes from 300-meter deep artesian wells in the bedrock of Siberia. Another principal component in the Beluga recipe is a special malt spirit, rarely found today in regualr vodka, mainly due to its cost and the labor-intensive production technologies it requires. Yet, there is another important secret in Beluga's recipe: its production cycle includes a final, conclusive phase - maturation. Depending on the vodka's grade, it may last from one to three months.