Valge Viin (40%)

Valge Viin (Vodka) is produced by Liviko, the oldest and biggest alcohol producer in Estonia. It nowadays have approx 30% market share in Estonian. It's made for imported rectified spirit made by wheat and produced in USA. Diluted to ground water pumped from 130m depth well at Tabasalu, Estonia. Bottled to…

0 Comments

Grand Thomas Classic Vodka (40%)

Grand Thomas is a product of AlcorDistillery, which went bankcrupt already at 2016. It was manufactured at Tallinn and it was one of the few companies in Estonia which make the rectified spirit itself. There is not so much info anymore available this product, but it looks it was made on…

0 Comments

Talu Viin (40%)

Talu Viin (Vodka) is produced by Estonian company Remedia. It is one of the first estonian companies who gets the rights to produce alcohol after the collapse of Soviet Union. It is now owned by Latvian company Amber Distribution. Talu Viin is produced for imported rectified spirit and diluted to Estonian…

0 Comments

Tuletorni Viin (40%)

Tuletorn (lighthouse) vodka is produced by Koch LLC, which is same conglomerate with Estonian biggest alcohol chain store SuperAlko. Koch produce big selection of different vodkas, like Vergi, Mulgi, Taxi etc. which prices are around the same level. Differences comes for where the rectified spirit is imported and how much it…

0 Comments

Abruka Vodka (40%)

Abruka is a small island under the Estonian biggest island Saaremaa. There are 33 people living all year round on Abruka, in summer hundreds of more. Abruka Vodka is made to order of Flagest, Estonian grocery wholeseller. It's "estonian vodka" whatever it means, for it's price range it's definitely made for…

0 Comments

Mulgi Viin (40%)

Mulgi Viin (Vodka) is produced by Estonian company Koch LLC. It is owned by big concern who also own SuperAlko alcohol store chain, a brewery and plenty of properties in Tallinn. Koch LLC produce over 10 different vodkas (Vergi, Tuletorn, Taxi etc.) which have a minor differences. Koch import the rectified…

0 Comments