MAMONT IVORY is a mild organic vodka created in the Altai region from malt alcohol and natural local ingredients. It is based on 100% organic malt alcohol made from a blend of wheat, barley and millet.
The word IVORY literally means «the tusk of an elephant». It reflects the excellency of the beverage - a mild taste, a pleasantly dry aftertaste and a subtle enveloping aroma.
For us IVORY is a metaphor that embodies the fortitude, nobility, exclusivity and the rare human qualities which are so difficult to make out in the hustle and bustle of a large city.
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Origin: Russian Federation
Gift box: Included
Gift box material: Cardboard
Bottle material: Glass bottle
Ingredients: Alcoholic infusions of pine, birch, pine nut and pine needles
Color: Transparent, crystal clear
Aroma: Delicate spruce aroma
Taste: Full-bodied pure taste and bread-malt aftertaste
It all started in 2001, when a group of twelve explorers got trapped in the South Pole after surviving an emergency landing. While waiting for a rescue team in the deep Antarctic cold, they began warming themselves up with vodka and started planning their next expedition: the discovery of the Great Mammoth in Siberia.
Whether it was fate or serendipity, in 2002 the Yukagir Mammoth tusk was discovered peeking out from the melting ice of the frozen tundra in Siberia. Immediately seeing it as a sign, one of our explorers gathered a team of scientists to go to the site. What they found changed their life forever, as below the layers of ice, they discovered a whole Mammoth.
To honour this unbelievable adventure and the heritage found in Siberia, one of the 12 explorers brought MAMONT Vodka to life in the shape of a mammoth tusk; the «MAMONT» word being the translation of «Mammoth» in Russian language.
Manufacturer: Marussia Beverages RUS Russia
Address: Russia, Moscow, 7 Zvonarsky pereulok, bldg. 1
Importer & distributor: Viet Nang Company Limited
Address: Level 3, VinaTea Building, No.46, Tang Bat Ho Street, Pham Dinh Ho Ward, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi, Vietnam