Vodka "Artsakh" Mulberry Silver, 375 ml
Reviews of purchase "Artsakh" Mulberry Silver, 375 ml
Due to aging in barrels made of mulberry tree has unusually beautiful pale golden color with a pale yellow tinge.
Artsakh Mulberry Silver charms velvety rich taste which clearly sounded notes of mulberry berries, pears, quince, oriental spices and dried fruits. Long aftertaste mesmerizing notes of toasted almonds.
The first notes of expressive flavor notes intertwined white mulberry, plum and lily, in the end notes sound easy haze and freshly sawn wood.
Recommended to be served in pure form with ice, is also a great base for cocktails. Best combined with fish and meat dishes of Armenian cuisine, such as kololak, moussaka with pumpkin or potatoes, dolma, fried pork with quince, choirs, sudzhuk, liver fried in a grid. As an ideal basturma snacks, steamed vegetables with spices, pickled grapes and pickles.
Due to the special manufacturing technology, which is kept secret, and extract the finished drink in barrels of mulberry for 1 year, "Artsakh Mulberry Silver" has unmatched flavor characteristics, exquisite flavor and velvety texture round, won the most refined connoisseurs.
For the first time coming to the Russian market in 1999, vodka, "Artsakh Mulberry" immediately won the Gold Medal at the prestigious exhibition "Prodexpo 1999", and later gained recognition abroad.
The Artsakh Brandy Company became one of the first independent family enterprises for the production of alcoholic beverages in Armenia. The creation of the winery belongs to 1998. It was built on the site of the old Askeran winery, built in 1992. The area of the plant has 3 hectares. The company also owns vineyards and fruit and berry gardens - pomegranate, mulberry and cornel. Thanks to the factory equipped with the latest technology, with a rich winemaking experience that is passed from generation to generation, Artsah Brandy Company produces and successfully sells its products on the alcohol market in France, Germany, the Czech Republic, Ukraine, Russia, Estonia, Italy and other countries : wine, cognacs, fruit distillates and pomegranate wines.