In 1386, alcohol in the form of wine was introduced to Moscow by Genoese merchants. The Russian government considered it a harmful drink and prohibited its importation into the country. Years later it was discovered that alcohol could be extracted from wheat and rye and the first vodka was produced. The oldest known written reference to vodka was found in a Polish manuscript from 1405.

Vodka was generally of a very low quality until the accession of Empress Catherina II, also known as Catherine the Great. Nobles were now allowed to produce the liquor on their estates. In one of these small factories, they invented a purifying method by using charcoal. This transformed the drink to one of crystalline purity and of the highest quality.


Emerald & Ruby

Watermelon Basil & Soda
Vodka, Soda Water, Sliced Watermelon, Fresh Basil, Lime Twist.
The Long Martini
Vodka, Ginger Ale, Orange Bitters, Lemon Wedge, dry-vermouth.
Berry Lemonade
Vodka, Fresh Squeezed soda Lemonade, Raspberries, Sugar Syrup
Surf Spritzer
Vodka, dry-vermouth, Orange Juice, Soda Water or Tonic, Orance Slice.
The Red Bird
Vodka, Gin, Cranberry Juice, Orange Juice

Pearl & Safire

Aberdeen Sour
Vodka, Tonic water, Lemon slice to decorate and ice.
Vodka, Orange Juice, Orange Slice and Ice.
Sea Bréese
Vodka, Grapefruit Juice, Cranberry Juice.
Sex On The Beach
Vodka, Orange Juice, Peach Juice, Grenadine, Orange Slice to decorate, Ice.
The Red Bird
Vodka, Gin, Cranberry Juice, Orange Juice



  • Calories: 231KCal
  • Cholesterol: 0mg
  • Fiber: 0g
  • Sodium: 1mg
  • Carbohydrates: 0g
  • Fat: 0g
  • Protein: 0g


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  • Corn
  • Honey
  • Maple Sap
  • Potato
  • Quinoa
  • Rye
  • Whey

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