The making of vodka is based on 400 years of tradition, a tradition roughly 200 years older than the tradition of United states. In the late 1800’s Lars Olsson Smith revolutionised the vodka industry is Sweden with a new technique for purifying vodka with continuous distillation, he called this Vodka – AbsolutRent Bravinymersholms that’s Swedish for Absolut pure vodka. Lars Olsson Smith registered the brand name in 1879, over the next 100 years the vodka was refined and improved until it is ultimate proof. Absolut vodka was ready for the export market in 1979, but before the international launch the product need a suitable container, which is based on a traditional 18th century pharmacy bottle found in the antique shop in old town of Stockholm when introduced in 1979 Absolut vodka redefined the vodka category and challenged the establishment, In 5 short years Absolut vodka was available in 18 countries and by 1985 Absolut vodka was No.1 among vodka’s imported in the United States. Today it is one of the leading spirits brands in the world. Over the years Absolut has expanded the brand to encompass art, fashion, an interactive website and even an ice bar. This superb vodka was distilled from grain grown in the rich fields of southern Sweden. It has been produced at the famous old distilleries near Ahus in accordance with more than 400 years of Swedish tradition.
This is made exclusively from natural ingredients, and unlike most other flavored vodkas, it doesn’t contain any added sugar. It’s smooth and mellow. The tart, bitter black currant bouquet is stunning right from the beginning; time serves to deepen the black currant concentration to cassis-like. Crisp, tart flavor is razor sharp and clean; at mid-palate, there’s an oily quality to the texture that underscores the racy, zesty, black currant flavor. Ends up ripe, fruity. Kurant is the unequivocal prototype for all berry-flavored vodkas.