History credits the creation of vodka to a Russian Orthodox monk called Isidore. Located in the Chudov Monastery in Moscow, he created his concoction based upon his exceptional knowledge of distillation processes.
Known originally as “bread wine”, his creation was produced for many years for the Grand Duchy of Moscow. His “bread wine” was later coined as Vodka in 1751 by Empress Elizabeth. The rest, as they say, is history.
Our improved distillery Monk Isidore Spirits Ltd saw the first bottling of the renewed beverage Monk Isidore Russian Vodka. Monk Isidore connects many chapters of Russian history.
Choosing such a name for a product means meeting the highest quality standards. The new design preserves Russian authenticity and adds new modern features while preserving the product’s quality and uniqueness.
We combined the spirit of history and modern technology delivering a renewed product, premium vodka with ABV 40% proof.