Imperial Collection `Golden Snow` Vodka (1 x 700mL), Russia.

Liquor Act 2007: It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Liquor licence LIQP770010049
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Vodka Imperial Golden Snow is a new masterpiece of the Imperial Collection of vodka, produced by Ladoga. The idea of creation of this vodka came after many years of success of Imperial Golden vodkaamong foreign consumers. They wanted to have its own particular Imperial vodka. Thus was born the new exclusive product: vodka Imperial Golden Snow, which Ladoga bottles specifically for abroad delivery in strictly limited quantities. That's why its original name is given in English transcription.

The Imperial Golden Snow name also arose not accidentally. Real Russian winter is a fascinating and unique in its beauty phenomenon. Amongst foreign tourists Christmas and New Year tours to Russiaare very popular. And fluffy, gently falling snow is incomparable fascinating spectacle. That's what has formed the creative concept for making the Imperial Golden Snow vodka. The fact is that in a bottle with a drink are added gold leaf flakes. If you take the bottle and shake it thoroughly and put it down, then flown apart in tank flakes will gradually settle to the bottom, creating a fascinating visual effect is quietly falling snow.

The bottle in which is bottled vodka Imperial Golden Snow is made of transparent medical glass and its form is absolutely identical to that produced for vodka Imperial Gold. On its front side is an ovalmedallion with a portrait of Russian Emperor Peter I ("in armor") by the Dutch painter Karl Moore (1717).

Below the portrait is placed the two-headed eagle, the state symbol of Russia. On the back of the bottle are placed four lines from A. Pushkin's poem "Bronze Horseman" and the image of Peter and Paul Fortresswith antique engravings. For decoration of the bottles was used 24-karat gold.

  • Contents 23-carat gold leaf flakes.
  • Alcohol by Volume 40%


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