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Russian Diamond Premium Vodka (750 ml) Russian Diamond Gold Vodka (750 ml) Russian Diamond Premium Vodka (Liter)
WE 92, BTI 91

Very distinctive product, a masterpiece as is a precious diamond of the outstanding clarity.The unique recipe was created by the Russian specialists with the goal of achieving ultra smooth fresh taste. The complex process of creating “Russian Diamond” takes 7 days, during which the vodka is distilled and filtered under constant supervision and then is given time to “rest”.

Made from a wheat and rye blend, this silky vodka is neutral overall, with a faint citrusy scent and mild sweetness on the palate. The spirit is filtered through a myriad of materials, including Siberian pine needles, fabric, and as befits the name, various precious metals and stones.

- Kara Newman, Wine Enthusiast (Feb, 2015)
Russian Diamond vodkas were first launched in 2004 aimed at the premium vodka market. It uses a special filtration method employing each quartz sand, charcoal, coconut charcoal, silver, and finally diamonds, which lends its name to the final product.
WE 92, BTI 91

Very distinctive product, a masterpiece as is a precious diamond of the outstanding clarity. The unique recipe was created by the Russian specialists with the goal of achieving ultra smooth fresh taste. The complex process of creating “Russian Diamond” takes 7 days, during which the vodka is distilled and filtered under constant supervision and then is given time to “rest”.

Made from a wheat and rye blend, this silky vodka is neutral overall, with a faint citrusy scent and mild sweetness on the palate. The spirit is filtered through a myriad of materials, including Siberian pine needles, fabric, and as befits the name, various precious metals and stones.

- Kara Newman, Wine Enthusiast (Feb, 2015)
Russian Diamond Gold Vodka (Liter)
Russian Diamond vodkas were first launched in 2004 aimed at the premium vodka market. It uses a special filtration method employing each quartz sand, charcoal, coconut charcoal, silver, and finally diamonds, which lends its name to the final product.