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14 Feb 2020


Award-Winning Small Batch Icelandic Vodka - 750ml

Not for sale to persons under the age of 18

Retail: R400


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Award-Winning Iceland Glacier water Geothermal Unaged Small batch World's first green vodka!

Making a cup of tea for someone is a more complicated process than you first think

Which way are we leaning: Rooibos or regular? Milk: yes or no? The standard sugar inquiry, a two-part question if the first answer is yes.

And if you have your black belt in tea-making, one final question concerning the tea bag: in or out?

How are you supposed to remember that all if you're making tea for, oh say, 3 people?

It doesn't concern today's deals at all, but we had to think about something while we waited for the kettle to boil.


Iceland is a land of massive glaciers and subterranean volcanoes. It’s home to psychedelic nocturnal auroras, unicorn whales (technically they’re called narwhals), and really cozy sweaters.

It’s a place unlike anywhere. And home to a vodka unlike any other.

Reyka's distillery is located in the town of Bogarnes on the west coast of Iceland. Barley grain spirit (barley and some wheat) is brought to them from Scotland where it is redistilled in a single distillation in a copper-lined Carter-Head still.

Each batch produces about 255 cases and takes six hours to complete. The vodka is filtered through lava rock and the water used to bring the vodka to proof is arctic spring water. The distillery is powered by geothermal energy from underground volcanoes and as a result, produces zero emissions.

Product Features
  • 750ml Bottle
  • 40% Alchohol
  • Unaged
  • Small batch
  • Reyka is an Icelandic vodka
  • Distilled from wheat and barley
  • World's first "green" vodka
  • Made from glacial water and distilled using sustainable energy from geothermal heat.
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