Surface of the egg is covered with specially-made enamel
Embossed metal inlay is covered with natural gold
Contains ultra-pure and soft waters of glacial origin lake “Ladoga”
12 stages purification system using a multistep filtration
Additional filtration with silver-impregnated active charcoal filters
Finest rectified ethyl spirit “Lux” is used in production
No special additives and only natural ingredients
Our special pride is a unique case in the eggs shape stylized after Carl Faberge works. Production of eggs, as well as decanters and glasses of Venice glass with exquisite gilt requires special skills and experience. The surface of the egg is covered with coloured enamel simulating the natural process minerals. Enamel protects the surface and gives the product a special elegance. There are 11 colour combinations.
Embossed metal inlay placed on the surface of the egg is covered with natural gold; also with gold are covered legs in shape of the winged lions and an eagle surmounting the egg. The set includes a gold-placed bracket for glasses and decorative cap over the bottle which is decorated with a large ruby colour strass. The work on the embossed gilding is one of the most difficult stages; it is performed by one of the oldest specialized companies.
All the decorative details are covered with 24-carat gold. The final element of the composition is the graceful & elegant golden eagle eggs. In its development was engaged one of the most famous Florentine masters who works for more than thirty years in the Vatican at the invitation of the Pope. Making an eagle and gilding glass required laborious hand work.
What’s inside the bottle is known to be just as good. With home grown wheat and rye in Russia, water from Lake Ladoga is taken during the fermentation process of this beverage. Being the largest freshwater lake in Europe, the water in it is known to have special properties which get infused into the vodka. Also, the filtering process is known to be equally cumbersome; the vodka is filtered through birch charcoal 5 times, before going through quartz sand and even algae.