A Russian vodka, that legend has it, is thought to be based on a 15th-century recipe created by a monk named Isidor who incidentally lived within the walls of the Chudov monastery in the Kremlin. It’s created using artesian well water, grain spirit and the only traditional copper vats in use in Russia. It’s also housed within authentic bottles, an ancient vodka carafe.
Legend of Kremlin is highly regarded in its homeland, and is supplied to the Kremlin, the Duma (Russian parliament) and various other government and federal agencies in Russia for official functions. It’s dedicated to the highest quality of production too, just two thousand bottles are approved each day.