Peter the Great arrived to the Neva river to create a new city, and indeed a new state. There, on what became Imperial city of St. Petersburg, he hoisted the Czar’s Standard. Two hundred years later, it was in this great city that D.I. Mendeleev created the highest standard for Russian vodka in 1894. Today Russian Standard Vodka revives the same formula, combining the finest wheat grains from the heartland and soft glacial water from
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The vodka you hold was first created in 1894 in the city of St Petersburg. There, by Imperial decree, the brilliant scientist Mendeleeve prepared the most luxurious of vodkas from the finest winter wheat, the softest glacial waters, and for extraordinary smoothness and clarity, filtered through quartz crystals from the Ural Mountains. From that original recipe comes Imperia, Russia’s finest vodka. Imeria. Russia’s luxury gift to the world.