Emerging California-based spirits company House of Carbonadi has unveiled a new ‘ultra-premium’ vodka following four years of development.
Carbonadi vodka originates from a family-owned distillery located in the Piemonte region of Italy which uses organic wheat from the surrounding Italian Alps to create the spirit.
The filtration process starts with the initial mash being distilled five times through charcoal to remove impurities. It is then re-filtered through uncut carbonados to remove additional impurities not captured by traditional filtration methods.
The brand claims the spirit has hints of green herbs, bay leaf and dried mint with a crisp and clean taste.
House of Carbonadi CEO Richard Miller III said: “Thoughtful hospitality and exquisite craftsmanship have long been passion points of mine, and Carbonadi was born from a desire to create a sleek, high quality sipping vodka in line with the Italian lifestyle those characteristics embody.
“After four years of development, we are proud to introduce Carbonadi and grow this exceptional brand.”
Carbonadi is 40% abv and is available in one-litre bottles with a suggested retail price of $89.99.
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