Kutskova vodka is a traditional Russian grain-base vodka made with "natural spring water" and filtered through a combination of quartz and birchwood charchoal. They readily admit to adding cane sugar and citric acid to their vodka to improve the taste--these additives would anger purists and disqualify it as a "vodka" in the eyes of some.
Region: Russia Ingredients: Natural spring water, ethyl rectified grain alcohol De Lux, refined cane sugar, citric acid Distillation: The production of Kutskova vodka begins with the distillation of ethyl-rectified spirit that is made from selected grains. This distillation with natural spring water occurs until the alcohol reaches 80 proof. It is then filtered through BAC charcoal, prepared from ecologically pure Birch grown in North Ural. Prior to the final multiple filtrations, pure refined cane sugar and traces of citric acid are added, yielding vodka of the highest refined quality.