Finlandia is a vodka produced in Finland and made from barley and top-quality water. The barley is distilled by means of a continuous multi-pressure distillation system at a factory in Koskenkorva village. The distillery that produces Finlandia vodka was founded by dr. Wilhelm Juslin next to the glacial spring in the small Finnish village of Rajamäk in 1888. Today, it is in a facility in the very same historical location that Finlandia is produced and bottled. The distilled alcohol is then transported to a production facility in Rajamäki village, approximately 45 kilometres north of Helsinki.
But it is not only the water used for Finlandia vodka that makes it special. The entire production process is very elaborate and well thought-out. Thus, the alcohol extracted from top-quality barley undergoes a long process consisting of seven distillation stages. That being said, it is no surprise that Finlandia vodka is one of the most popular spirits in the world.
Thanks to its 40% alcohol content, Finlandia vodka is perfect for both cocktails and long drinks, but equally suitable to be served by itself, with a little water or ice.