In 1430 the monk Isidore discovered a manuscript that had fallen into oblivion. A few days later, with trembling hands, he made his way to the copper distillery. There he watched intently as the clear liquid was poured from the cauldron. He held a glass underneath and peered into the colourless liquid. His devotion, tradition, striving for purity and relentless testing truly helped develop the original formula for vodka. Vodka became a vocation for Isidore. Constantly searching for improvement to make vodka so unique that every sip is a joy to drink. Soon the Russian royal family also discovered this delicacy. Isidore wanted to keep his recipe a secret, but unfortunately he was not able to do so. Vodka spread from country to country. Every brewer developed his own variant. Due to its popularity and the many variations, it was feared that Isidore’s perfection would disappear forever. But today Isidore’s creation is known as the Legend of Kremlin.
Only the most luxurious grain of Russia is used for the production. This vodka is distilled in tailor-made copper kettles. It is distilled five times. A high-quality filter made of marble, silver and platinum is used to produce this unforgettably pure liquid.
The golden bottle is also something special. The exclusive Romanov imperial coat of arms is depicted in the middle of the bottle. The elegant, hand-made bottle has the shape of a traditional Russian crystal carafe from the 15th century.