Belvedere Vodka Introduces Belvedere Citrus To South Africa

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As Belvedere Vodka revolutionized the world with the creation of the first super premium vodka brand, this summer Belvedere Vodka raises the benchmark in South Africa again with the introduction of Belvedere Citrus. Belvedere Citrus is macerated with fresh limes from Brazil and Mexico, creating an exotic sensation, whilst balanced with spring and winter lemons from Southern Spain. There is nothing more refreshing than experiencing the invigorating lemon enhanced and zesty-lime infused taste of Belvedere Citrus this summer whether you’re out on the town or relaxing poolside enjoying it in one of Belvedere’s signature cocktails.

Connoisseurs of this premium vodka enjoy the fact that Belvedere has a fresh nose and long, smooth offering on the palate. Belvedere is also sugar, fat and carb free and at only 64 calories per ounce (30ml) makes this summer’s most guilt free indulgence.

The proprietary maceration process of French flavour expert Elie-Arnaud Denoix, has long been used by Belvedere. Using exclusively Dankowskie Gold Rye as the single grain ingredient, Belvedere is distilled four times, the optimum number for enhancing its subtle sweetness and smooth clean finish. It is blended with water from the distillery’s own artesian wells.

TASTING NOTES:

Nose: Fresh, pure and very dense fragrance of crisp citrus with lime notes.

Palate: Complex and well-balanced. Crisp, clean, inviting with the lemon and lime notes seamlessly integrated.

Finish: Clean, with lively acidity.

Belvedere’s beautifully designed bottle showcases the Belvedere Palace, former home to Polish royalty and dignitaries. The magnifying effect of the Palace along with snow trees surrounding it is an iconic masterpiece. Created in Poland, the birthplace of vodka, Belvedere represents the pinnacle of the Polish vodka-making tradition.

For more information about Belvedere Vodka visit www.belvederevodka.com

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