Official liquor review for Sïku Glacier Ice Imported Vodka
Sïku Glacier Ice Imported Vodka
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Vodka Grain Base
Price (USD): $30
Price (EUR): €0
Liquor Review Notes:
Siku (pronounced "see-ku") vodka is made from water whose source is the Qalerallit Sermia glacier in Greenland said to be over 60,000 years old. "Siku" means "ice" in "Greenlandic" according to the website (we were unaware that there was such a language as "greenlandic" but that's what the website says). The vodka itself is freeze-distilled rather than heated--the mixture is cooled to a temperature where the water freezes and the alcohol (still liquid) is drained out.
According to one helpful reader, the language is properly known as Inupiat--the Inuit language.
According to the write-up in the Tennessean, the brand is owned by investment group Velocity International headed by Kevin Esval. With references to facilities in Didam, Netherlands, Toorank Distilleries is our best guess at locating the actual production and bottling source.
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