Reyka Small Batch Vodka
is not just made in Iceland, it’s made of the things that make Iceland unlike any other place in the world, from the breathtaking landscapes to the creative spirit. Water is the most important ingredient in vodka production, so arctic spring water from a spring that runs through a 4,000-year-old lava field is used. The lava rocks naturally filter the water making it some of the purest in the world. The purity of the water allows the flavor of Reyka Small Batch vodka to shine through.
Lava rock from nearby fields is used to create a natural filtration system. Some say this is the most effective filtration process in the world. Reyka say it’s the reason their vodka has such a smooth taste and clean, fresh character. For the purest liquid, they distill their spirit in one of the few Carter-Head Stills in the world. In fact, their still is the only one of its kind used to make vodka. Its high level of copper gives Reyka an unparalleled smoothness from just a single distillation. Skál (that means “cheers”) to that!
Each distillation takes about 6 hours and yields 255 preciously small cases. Each bottle contains only natural flavors and extracts. No additives. Working in small batches means each bottle is of the highest of high quality.
The Reyka distillery – Iceland’s first distillery – is located in Borgarnes, Iceland. For those unfamiliar with Icelandic, that’s pronounced Bor-gan-ess. Located 74km outside of Reykjavik, this coastal village is removed from industrial life and surrounded by wonderful natural resources. To help paint a picture of how untouched the resources are here, the CO2 levels in Borgarnes are actually falling. The air is really that clean.