The berries used in Arkhangelskaya liqueurs’ production grow in unique climate conditions of Macedonia and Karelia. The ingredients are harvested and sorted by hand, which ensures they retain useful properties, and gives the beverage an intense and rich flavour.
The blend is stored in casks and then freezed in order to preserve the savour.
Each bottle is numbered and certified by the signature of the ALVIZ laboratory’s head.
The tincture is comprised of alcohol-based cowberry and bilberry mors, anise and thyme tincture, cowberry leaves, cloudberries, and bilberry shoots. To acquire the special nature, bright flavor, and aroma, each berry is traditionally hand-picked in salubrious regions.
The tincture, with its mild berry tones and a bright sweetish flavor, can be enjoyed in more than one way. Taken neat, it pairs superbly with the desserts of Russian cuisine, while adding it to tea will enrich the drink, complementing its taste.
This semi-sweet tincture combines the blend with pure drinking water and sugar syrup. Juicy cherries with a hint of sourness contribute to the light sweet taste, while wild northern herbs establish the harmony and balance of flavors. The tincture is aged in oak barrels, then it is cold-treated to soothe the bitterness of the herbs, enrich the nose of the drink with a mild cherry hint, and fill the flavor with the sweet notes of the drupe.
The tincture is best enjoyed neat, paired with traditional Russian desserts.
The base of the drink is pure northern vodka, which undergoes a four-step purification process, and the alcoholic tinctures are aged in oak barrels, gaining the unique soft hint of wood. The method of aging in oak is usually employed in cognac and whiskey production. It is the first time it is used in creating a tincture.
The blend goes through an additional aging process in century-old copper vats, applied in the local distillation since the days of the Russian Empire. Thanks to this method, the tincture acquires a well-rounded flavor, an expressive nose, and an amber hue.
The tincture is best taken neat with Russian desserts and cold appetizers.
The rich orange color of the drink and its memorable flavor come from the traditionally hand-picked sea buckthorn berries.
The base of the tincture is pure drinking water and sugar syrup along with unique ginger root tincture, wild northern herbs, sea buckthorn and pear juice. It is this one-of-a-kind mix of natural ingredients and aging in oak barrels that gives the drink its brightness.
The tincture unites a juicy nose of buckthorn berries, herbs, and wood with mildly sweet notes of pear and ginger.
The best way to enjoy the tincture is neat, a perfect accompaniment to the desserts and pastries. Feel free to add some to your tea, making it more piquant.
Pine nuts harvested by hand in a wild forest are characterized by a distinctive delicate flavor and light sweetness.
The traditional production methods, the experience of masters in one of Russia’s oldest distilleries, and the natural ingredients help preserve the aromatic oils of nuts and their natural properties.
Pure northern vodka, serving as a base for the drink, undergoes a special purification process.
The blend is additionally aged in oak barrels to give the drink a bright pine nut nose and a mild taste.
The tincture is best served neat, accompanied by traditional Russian dishes, desserts, and pastries.
Bitter tincture for those who appreciate the remarkable flavor, pungency, and bright rich balance. Honey is harvested − specifically for ALVIZ, one of the oldest vodka distilleries − in the wild forests of the northern regions with its characteristic local attributes. Its lingering sweetness is complemented by several types of hot peppers, creating an extraordinary pairing.
Soft northern water, after three steps of purification − carbon, cation, and mechanical − serves as a base of this beverage.
The tincture is at its best when neat and paired with dishes of traditional Russian cuisine.