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Stolichnaya Vodka Salted Karamel

Bottle Size: 1.75l Item #: 1772424
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Stolichnaya Vodka Salted Karamel 1.75l

Stolichnaya Vodka Salted Karamel

Stoli Salted Karamel, the world’s first salted caramel flavored vodka offers the perfect balance of sweet and savory. Indulge your tastebuds with sweet caramelized sugar and soft English toffee, balanced with a light saltiness that draws out the caramel for a taste that is completely delicious. The aromas include a harmony of rich caramel candy and perfectly toasted sugar. Salted Karamel possesses and elegant quality and a smooth finish, making it the perfect delight on the rocks.

Stoli Salted Karamel offers the perfect balance between sweet and savory. The palate exhibits notes of caramelized sugar and English toffee, balanced by a light saltiness that draws out the caramel for a taste that is compeltely delicious.

Stolichnaya - ‘Stoli' to its many friends - is an authentic family of Russian vodkas, made in the traditional Russian manner using production techniques that date back to the fifteenth century. Only the very finest natural ingredients find their way into Stolichnaya. There's no mistaking the Stoli on the table or the tongue. That iconic red label stands out from the masses. Complex layers of flavor and an unmistakable quality tell you you're drinking Stoli the second you raise the glass to your mouth. Stolichnaya is the world's number one selling vodka Liquor.

Stolichnaya has its origins in the Moscow State Wine Warehouse No. 1 which was opened in 1901 by the authorities to ensure higher quality vodka production. There’s confusion about the actual birth date of Stolichnaya vodka. The earliest confirmed production date is 1948, but the label design clearly predates 1946. It is likely that it was created by V. G. Svirida around 1944. However, there is a trademark patent dated 1938, which is sometimes quoted as another birth date.

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Stolichnaya Stolichnaya Vodka Salted Karamel
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.75l
Stoli Salted Karamel, the world’s first salted caramel flavored vodka offers the perfect balance of sweet and savory. Indulge your tastebuds with sweet caramelized sugar and soft English toffee, balanced with a light saltiness that draws out the caramel for a taste that is completely delicious. The aromas include a harmony of rich caramel candy and perfectly toasted sugar. Salted Karamel possesses and elegant quality and a smooth finish, making it the perfect delight on the rocks.
 

Notes on the Stolichnaya Vodka Salted Karamel 1.75L

Tasting Notes Stoli Salted Karamel offers the perfect balance between sweet and savory. The palate exhibits notes of caramelized sugar and English toffee, balanced by a light saltiness that draws out the caramel for a taste that is compeltely delicious.

Technical Notes Stolichnaya - ‘Stoli' to its many friends - is an authentic family of Russian vodkas, made in the traditional Russian manner using production techniques that date back to the fifteenth century. Only the very finest natural ingredients find their way into Stolichnaya. There's no mistaking the Stoli on the table or the tongue. That iconic red label stands out from the masses. Complex layers of flavor and an unmistakable quality tell you you're drinking Stoli the second you raise the glass to your mouth. Stolichnaya is the world's number one selling vodka Liquor.

Stolichnaya has its origins in the Moscow State Wine Warehouse No. 1 which was opened in 1901 by the authorities to ensure higher quality vodka production. There’s confusion about the actual birth date of Stolichnaya vodka. The earliest confirmed production date is 1948, but the label design clearly predates 1946. It is likely that it was created by V. G. Svirida around 1944. However, there is a trademark patent dated 1938, which is sometimes quoted as another birth date.