Viche Pitia No. 25 Classic Vodka

Viche Pitia No. 25 Classic Vodka

(0.5l, 40%)


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Viche Pitia No. 25 Classic is a luxurious spirit faithful to a centuries-old Russian recipe.

The story goes that in 1765, Czarina Catherine II of Russia grated royal warrants to worthy noblemen of the court to produce spirits. This is the source of the original recipe Viche Pitia Vodka. Today, a new Viche Pitia was born in 2013 and is producing gourmet Vodkas based on that original Russian recipe — along with additional modern and flavored interpretations — in the heart of Cognac, France.

Viche Pitia No. 25 Classic is made from rye grains and distilled in small Charentais Alembic stills usually reserved for premium, small-batch Cognac production. The results are truly impressive, with a delicate flavor profile and luxurious mouthfeel. In fact, the judges at the Ultimate Spirits Challenge declared it “Excellent, Highly Recommended” and warded it 94 points — a rare achievement in the Vodka category.

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dry
rye
roasted
nutty
waxy
grain
lemon
herbs
milk
What does Viche Pitia No. 25 Classic Vodka taste like?

The Flavour Spiral™ shows the most common flavours that you'll taste in Viche Pitia No. 25 Classic Vodka and gives you a chance to have a taste of it before actually tasting it.

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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Crystal clear.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aroma crisp with beeswax and roasted grain.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The mouthfeel is downright luxurious and dry with flavors whispering of rye toast and macadamia nuts.

Finish
The finish is clean and dry with a long, faint lingering.

Smartass corner:
Catherine II came to be known as “Catherine the Great” — becoming one of czarist Russia’s greatest leaders. She came to power in 1762 when her husband — Peter III — was overthrown in a coup.
 

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