It is made with Scandinavian winter wheat – which is wheat, harvested 6 months later than regular wheat, thus contains a higher level of starch, which in turn produces a higher level and quality vodka.
Wheat vodkas generally create a spirit with a slightly sweeter taste, sometimes containing hints of fennel, liquorice and powdered sugar notes on the nose and palate.
The water is sourced from an underground lake in Sweden which undergoes an advanced mechanical osmosis process that forces the water through micro-fibers, filtering out 60% of the original water.
This impure 60%, called “dross”, is discarded. The remaining 40% is the rarest, purest part of the purest glacier water available.
The spirit used to produce the vodka is distilled more than 5 times.