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Well Known Russian Vodka

For those who have been saved from this financial crisis (which I doubt they are many) and can still afford to live a life full of money to spend on those who wish, and there is a product that may be having on the look. It’s new vodka that will be released and will cost the hilarious sum of 1 million Euros. It becomes the world’s most expensive vodka and history and you can get from 19 April in Top Marques Monaco. Russian Vodka is the name of this vodka that was created by Russo Baltique collaboration with Princess Regina Abdurazakova of Kazakhstan.

Russian Vodka

Who are ready to enjoy this vodka is the Prince Albert and will be honored with the first bottle, and it is he who can say what the particular flavor that makes vodka worth 1 million Euros. If this vodka not convinced, or want to spend a little less, but equally outlandish sums can try Russian Vodka, which is full of diamonds up to 1 carat each in an amount of nearly 100 diamonds per bottle. But is the Diva Vodka 1 million, which is filtered through Nordic birch charcoal and then passed through a sand made ​​of crushed diamonds and gems premium flavors. Continue reading

Best Selling Vodka in the world

smirnoff vodkaVodka whiskey, usually colorless, distilled grain or potatoes. The name of best selling vodka derives from the Slavic word “water” as the diminutive Russian. In Ukraine vodka appointed “Horilka” and the research of European experts from Russia, Sweden and Finland, the Ukrainian vodka or horilka currently has the best quality and best selling vodka in the world.

In addition to minor amounts of additive flavor, vodka is mainly composed only of alcohol (ethanol) and water. The amount of alcohol is between 35% and 70%. The classic Russian vodka is 40% alcohol. This is attributed to the Russian standards which the 1894th was introduced by Alexander III, and after research Dmitri Mendeleyev. Judging by a museum of vodka in St. Petersburg, Mendeleev came to the realization that the perfect percentage 38%. Since they were at the time alcoholic beverages taxed as a percentage of alcohol in them, for ease of calculation, a standard amount of 40%. When the alcohol content is less than, the taste of vodka can be “watery” and larger percentages give the “heavier” vodka. By federal law of the United States, the minimum percentage of alcohol in vodka is 40%, and by European standards – 37.5%. Continue reading

What do you know about Polish Vodka?

Polish Vodka is high-proof alcoholic beverage (usually from about 40%) consisting of an alcoholic distillate diluted with water in a ratio of approximately 2:3. First historically certified alcohol distillation has Zosimos of Panapolis around the year 400 AD. This ability spread in the Arab world, but spirits were used mainly for medical purposes. In the twelfth century, vodka came to Europe with returning from the Crusades, so was born the Italian grape. Polish vodka brewed from wheat probably invented in Germany in the fourteenth century (Latin aqua vitae, the water of life) – the Polish “spirit”. For the first time in Polish literature, the word “vodka” was used in 1405 in Sandomierz court documents. Initially, the Polish vodka was produced in pharmacies and used as medicine. It was so even in the sixteenth century, Stefan Falimierz in his herbal Fri “The herbs and their power” of 1534 lists as many as 72 species of herbal vodka, prescribed for various ailments. In Poland, one of the first producers of vodka on an industrial scale, and the initiator of the mass export of Polish vodka was industrialist Joseph Baczewski Lviv.

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Calories in Vodka as a source of energy

The amount of calories in vodka is 235 kcal per 100 grams. The energy intake of 100 grams of vodka is approximately 8% of the recommended daily amount of calories in vodka you need a middle-aged adult of average height and perform moderate physical activity.

Calories in Vodka

The calories in vodka, which belongs to the category of alcoholic beverages, give our bodies the energy it needs to perform daily activities. Our body uses the calories in vodka as a source of energy to perform any physical activity such as running or playing sports. No calories in vodka as those provided by the vodka, we would not have power but it is important to note that excess calories can cause overweight. Continue reading