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Mamont Vodka, 70 cl
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- Crystal-clear Mamont is like no other vodka.
- Outstandingly smooth, delicate and rich toned, its secret lies in uniquely Siberian ingredients and craftsmanship.
- In a bottle shaped like a Tusk after a baby Mamouth was found perfectly frozen near the distillery.
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Crystal-clear Mamont is like no other vodka. Outstandingly smooth, delicate and rich toned, its secret lies in uniquely Siberian ingredients and craftsmanship. Production begins with exceptionally pure water from Siberian artesian wells, filtered through layers of volcanic rock. Grains of finest local wheat are carefully selected. These are painstakingly distilled again and again. A unique treatment with Siberian birch charcoal and triple filtration allow the vodka to achieve a purity, clarity and smoothness close to perfection. As a special touch, cedar nuts are added as they used to be eaten by the mammoths who roamed the area. Today, like the unique tusk-shaped bottle, they are a reminder of Mamont's Siberian heritage.
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Produced in limited small batches, Mamont Vodka is an ultra premium, crystal clear spirit. Rich and silky smooth Mamont is a truly exceptional vodka.
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The Making of Mamont Vodka
In 2001, after surviving an emergency landing, a group of 12 gentlemen found themselves trapped by glaciers in the South Pole. While waiting for a rescue team to arrive, they warmed themselves up with vodka and soon came up with the idea of organizing an expedition to find the great Mammoth.
They couldn’t believe their luck when in 2003, an original Mammoth tusk was discovered peaking out from the melting ice of the frozen tundra in Russia. Hearing about this breakthrough, one of the 12 explorers, Frederick Paulsen, organised for a team of scientists to go to the site.
The Great Mammoth
Remarkably the layers of ice reveal a whole mammoth with hair still attached. The Yukagir mammoth turned out to be one of the most important discoveries for today’s scientists.
To honour this wonderful adventure and the heritage found in Siberia, Mr Paulsen brought Mamont Vodka to life. A vodka that is elegant, timeless and full of character. Mamont vodka is produced in one of Russia’s oldest distilleries at the foot of the famous Altai Mountains. It is made by skilled craftsmen using only traditional methods, natural ingredients and a sustainable production.
Crystal Clear & Silky Smooth
Siberia is a mysterious land, stretching from the Urals to the Pacific and from the borders of China, Mongolia and Kazakhstan to the Arctic. Few have experienced its uncommonly wild and haunting beauty, unspoilt forests, lakes, rivers, and mountains.
The Altai Mountain springs supply the water, which is renowned throughout Russia for its purity. First the finest Siberian white winter wheat is selected, then carefully fermented to produce an exceptional alcohol. The spirit is then, distilled six times. A small proportion of cedar nut spirit is added to the liquid before being carefully filtered through silver birch charcoal.
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The story behind Mamont Vodka has fundamental ties with Polar exploration and adventure, sourcing from the remarkable story of the Yukagir Mammoth discovery.
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Top Customer Reviews
This Mamont Vodka has a wonderful depth of flavour and is smooth enough to drink straight. It really looks the business too in its Mammoth Tusk shaped bottle. I am also pleased that I got it for just £28 as a warehouse deal. OK, not as cheap as Smirnoff, but infinitely superior! The only trouble is trying not to drink it too quickly. I have also taken to hiding it at the back of the cupboard and only bringing it out for very special friends.
Perhaps the cedar nuts.... some "elite" vodka drinkers wouldn't actually class Mamont as a vodka as they use locally sourced cedar nuts in the process. Personally, this isn't a problem and something that you wouldn't likely detect if you hadn't of read about it.
OK, the bottle looks great on the shelve and feels great in the hand. It is based on the tusk of a Siberian mammoth as I understand it.
This Vodka is Siberian through and through... local wheat, local nuts and local water and what an exceptional treat it is.
Smooth, with a creamy mouth feel and very little (to none) burn. If you were to drink this with ice I'd dares say you'd easily forget you were drinking Vodka.
Yes it is a little high in price but this is not a mixer! This is to be drank neat, slowly and in good company! I like to keep my bottle in ice water so I am not diluting down that or use the metal ice cubes.
Simply fabulous , enjoyed every drop and all who were lucky enough to agreed that its one of the best on the market
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Superb quality,super smooth no burning on throat. Try and find outPublished 5 months ago by Mr. M. Khan
Bought as a present, but know the quality so 5 stars for the delivery experiencePublished 8 months ago by Glynn
Bought this on a lightening deal, so really good value for money. Nice vodka and the bottle looks great.Published 9 months ago by Lastboyscout
Great taste smooth with or without mixer definitely in my re-enter listPublished 9 months ago by JOANNE RUDDICK