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Vodka

Vodka
  • Belarus
  • England
  • France
  • Lithuania
  • Moldova
  • Poland
  • Russian
  • Ukrain

Vodka is a strong alcoholic beverage, a colorless water-alcohol solution with a characteristic taste and alcoholic smell. Classic vodka does not smell with aromatic notes and should be transparent. Before the spread of the word "vodka" in everyday life, the accepted names were "bread wine"; the name "vodka" acquired its modern meaning in the 19th century.

Vodka is a strong alcoholic beverage, a colorless water-alcohol solution with a characteristic taste and alcoholic smell. Classic vodka does not smell with aromatic notes and should be transparent. Before the spread of the word "vodka" in everyday life, the accepted names were "bread wine"; the name "vodka" acquired its modern meaning in the 19th century.

Vodka is a strong alcoholic beverage, a colorless water-alcohol solution with a characteristic taste and alcoholic smell. Classic vodka does not smell with aromatic notes and should be transparent. Before the spread of the word "vodka" in everyday life, the accepted names were "bread wine"; the name "vodka" acquired its modern meaning in the 19th century.

Vodka is a strong alcoholic beverage, a colorless water-alcohol solution with a characteristic taste and alcoholic smell. Classic vodka does not smell with aromatic notes and should be transparent. Before the spread of the word "vodka" in everyday life, the accepted names were "bread wine"; the name "vodka" acquired its modern meaning in the 19th century.

Vodka is a strong alcoholic beverage, a colorless water-alcohol solution with a characteristic taste and alcoholic smell. Classic vodka does not smell with aromatic notes and should be transparent. Before the spread of the word "vodka" in everyday life, the accepted names were "bread wine"; the name "vodka" acquired its modern meaning in the 19th century.

Vodka is a strong alcoholic beverage, a colorless water-alcohol solution with a characteristic taste and alcoholic smell. Classic vodka does not smell with aromatic notes and should be transparent. Before the spread of the word "vodka" in everyday life, the accepted names were "bread wine"; the name "vodka" acquired its modern meaning in the 19th century.

Vodka is a strong alcoholic beverage, a colorless water-alcohol solution with a characteristic taste and alcoholic smell. Classic vodka does not smell with aromatic notes and should be transparent. Before the spread of the word "vodka" in everyday life, the accepted names were "bread wine"; the name "vodka" acquired its modern meaning in the 19th century.

Vodka is a strong alcoholic beverage, a colorless water-alcohol solution with a characteristic taste and alcoholic smell. Classic vodka does not smell with aromatic notes and should be transparent. Before the spread of the word "vodka" in everyday life, the accepted names were "bread wine"; the name "vodka" acquired its modern meaning in the 19th century.

Wine

Wine
  • Azerbaijan
  • France
  • Georgia
  • Italy

Wine is one of the oldest alcoholic beverages. In ancient times, this drink was very widely used in Rome, Greece. There are two types of wine: red and white. Red wine is made from red grapes. The flavours are as varied as the colours of the wines.

Wine is one of the oldest alcoholic beverages. In ancient times, this drink was very widely used in Rome, Greece. There are two types of wine: red and white. Red wine is made from red grapes. The flavours are as varied as the colours of the wines.

Wine is one of the oldest alcoholic beverages. In ancient times, this drink was very widely used in Rome, Greece. There are two types of wine: red and white. Red wine is made from red grapes. The flavours are as varied as the colours of the wines.

Wine is one of the oldest alcoholic beverages. In ancient times, this drink was very widely used in Rome, Greece. There are two types of wine: red and white. Red wine is made from red grapes. The flavours are as varied as the colours of the wines.

Cognac

Cognac
  • France

Cognac is an original French alcoholic beverage obtained by distilling white grape wines and then aged in oak containers. The drink got its name from the French city of Cognac, where several of the largest vineyards were created already in the XII century.

Whiskey

Whiskey
  • Canada
  • France
  • Great Britain
  • Ireland
  • Scotland
  • USA

Whiskey appeared on the market back in the distant 12th century but still retains its flavour characteristics. This is the main highlight of this drink. Its first producers were monks in Scotland. They used it exceptional for medicinal purposes, using simple distillation methods to make it. After several hundred years, almost all of England was already engaged in the preparation of this drink. Whiskey was consumed immediately after distillation, as there was no concept of ageing. The main raw material was barley, much less often rye and oats.

Whiskey appeared on the market back in the distant 12th century but still retains its flavour characteristics. This is the main highlight of this drink. Its first producers were monks in Scotland. They used it exceptional for medicinal purposes, using simple distillation methods to make it. After several hundred years, almost all of England was already engaged in the preparation of this drink. Whiskey was consumed immediately after distillation, as there was no concept of ageing. The main raw material was barley, much less often rye and oats.

Whiskey appeared on the market back in the distant 12th century but still retains its flavour characteristics. This is the main highlight of this drink. Its first producers were monks in Scotland. They used it exceptional for medicinal purposes, using simple distillation methods to make it. After several hundred years, almost all of England was already engaged in the preparation of this drink. Whiskey was consumed immediately after distillation, as there was no concept of ageing. The main raw material was barley, much less often rye and oats.

Whiskey appeared on the market back in the distant 12th century but still retains its flavour characteristics. This is the main highlight of this drink. Its first producers were monks in Scotland. They used it exceptional for medicinal purposes, using simple distillation methods to make it. After several hundred years, almost all of England was already engaged in the preparation of this drink. Whiskey was consumed immediately after distillation, as there was no concept of ageing. The main raw material was barley, much less often rye and oats.

Whiskey appeared on the market back in the distant 12th century but still retains its flavour characteristics. This is the main highlight of this drink. Its first producers were monks in Scotland. They used it exceptional for medicinal purposes, using simple distillation methods to make it. After several hundred years, almost all of England was already engaged in the preparation of this drink. Whiskey was consumed immediately after distillation, as there was no concept of ageing. The main raw material was barley, much less often rye and oats.

Whiskey appeared on the market back in the distant 12th century but still retains its flavour characteristics. This is the main highlight of this drink. Its first producers were monks in Scotland. They used it exceptional for medicinal purposes, using simple distillation methods to make it. After several hundred years, almost all of England was already engaged in the preparation of this drink. Whiskey was consumed immediately after distillation, as there was no concept of ageing. The main raw material was barley, much less often rye and oats.

Tequila

Tequila
  • Mexico

Tequila is a strong distilled alcoholic beverage made mainly in the vicinity of Tequila, a city in the western Mexican state of Jalisco. It is made from the core of blue agave, a traditional Mexican plant of the agave family by distillation.

Other drinks

Other drinks
  • America
  • England
  • France

Azza also offers drinks of different brands from different countries of the world, such as water, natural juice, lemonade liqueur, gin.

Azza also offers drinks of different brands from different countries of the world, such as water, natural juice, lemonade liqueur, gin.

Azza also offers drinks of different brands from different countries of the world, such as water, natural juice, lemonade liqueur, gin.

Beer

Beer