Owned and imported by Health & Energy Food Corporation, Organika Vodka is made using Russian wheat. It contains hearts cuts from a three-stage, two-column distillation process. The vodka is then blended with water sourced from Lake Baikal, one of the world’s oldest and deepest freshwater lakes. Each vodka expression is then infused with its own combination of natural botanicals, sourced from the Siberian rainforest.
The brand consists of two vodkas: Organika Original and Organika Life.
Organika Vodka Original ($32 suggested retail price per 750-ml.) is infused with Siberian Larch extract, a coniferous tree with slender, needle-like leaves and resinous bark. The result is a smooth taste, the company says, with very low heat and a crisp, smooth finish.
Bottles of Organika Vodka Life ($42 suggested retail price per 750-ml.) are filled with a silver alloy, creating an individualized pearl affect: no two bottles produced are alike. Each bottle is numbered. Blended with the brand’s vodka, the Organika Life expression is then infused with Sagan-Dalya leaf extract from a small evergreen blooming shrub in the rhododendron family, as well as wildflower honey: not to sweeten, but to soften the expression on the palate. Custom bottle engraving is also available on their 1.75-ml bottles for gift-giving and special celebrations.
The Organika Vodka Portfolio is now imported into Florida, Virginia and Washington D.C. markets, with Miami, Florida planned for the next launch.
For distribution inquiries, or to find out where to purchase their brand, visit Organika.Vodka.