This is a grain vodka, also called milk vodka from Mongolia. It is a traditional vodka of the place and is described as “the ultimate offering to the gods” from the time of the Huns. The abv of the vodka is 40% and is generally made in summertime. Arkhi vodka is owned by the Apu Company of Mongolia. This pure alcohol is distilled with fermented tarag (cow milk yogurt).
This unflavoured vodka with 40% abv is a Mongolian wheat-based vodka. The vodka is invented by Undur Gegeen Zanabazar, and has earned the Seal of Excellence from The Tasting Panel Magazine. The vodka goes to six-stage distillation on the site of the last Mongolian Emperor’s palace. The vodka comes in a fancy bottle containing 6 figures of the moon, the sun, two horizontal rectangles, two triangles, two vertical rectangles, and yin yang. Sweet citrus, anise, bread, and pepper notes can be felt.
This is the first vodka to hail from East Asia. The tagline of the vodka is “Prepared to be conquered” and has 40% abv. The vodka is made from a base of winter wheat and is blended with mineral-rich spring water. The label of the bottle features a majestic winged horse. The vodka filtration process takes place for six times in platinum and silver.
This crystal clear color vodka has 39% alcohol by volume. Bolor has an exceptionally pleasant and soft aroma. The pure vodka is not only sweet but has a spicy edge of roasted coffee beans to it. Bolor means ‘crystal’ and was launched in 1981. The designer bottle of Bolor Vodka is modeled after a rock crystal. The vodka comes in many flavors like original, ice filtered, orange and cranberry.