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Akvinta Vodka has been certified as organic in the US, ahead of the brand's launch in the country.

Akvinta has been given 100% Organic status by the US Department of Agriculture, owner Adriatic Investments said today (28 September).

Organic certification comes as the vodka, which is made from alcohol distilled from organic Italian wheat and water from Imotski in Croatia, enters the US market.

"The certificate allows Akvinta to add another string to its marketing bow, and will no doubt open new opportunities for the brand in all markets but certainly will be an asset in the current launch period in the US," said Akvinta CEO Pavel Ryabov.

"The new certification gives Akvinta Vodka the recognition it deserves for all its efforts in ensuring that it is as pure as it can possibly be."

According to the company, Akvinta has a light citrus palate with a touch of sweetness and can be drunk on its own, over ice, or in mixed drinks.

The vodka is already sold in Croatia, Italy, UK, Canada and South America.


Sectors: Spirits

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