Red Army AK47 Kalashnikov is a premium vodka made in small batches, the origin is tremendously reserved, its producers keep it a secret, they tell us that it has part Polish and part Russian …
Its name pays tribute to General Mikhail Kalashnikov, an engineer in the Russian army 1919 – 2013, who invented the AK 47 Kalashnikov rifle.
In 1947, he made the final design of the AK-47 which was adopted as the standard assault rifle of the Red Army in 1949.
In recognition of his contribution, he was awarded Stalin’s Order of the First Class. He became the general designer of weapons, but none of his inventions had the impact of the AK-47.
This rifle was used as the official weapon of the armies in the Warsaw Pact countries. In the Korean War it was used by the Chinese army as it was supplied to them by the USSR. The West knew and knew about this weapon but they never had one in their hands until the Vietnam War, where the North Vietnamese army and the Vietcong used it against the United States Army and it is when Western countries get it when there are prisoners of war in Vietnam. Then it was disarmed and studied to know its mechanism. There is even a cover of Life magazine from 1967, where US troops have this weapon in their possession and use it in combat.
The Red Army Kalashnikov AK47 vodka is presented in a spectacular bottle shaped like the mythical Russian army rifle.
In an original wooden military case, which contains 6 shot glasses with the Red Army emblem and a grenade-shaped bottle, filled with herbal liqueur.
It is a fine and sweet vodka, elegant, crystalline, for demanding palates, with notes of vanilla and honey.
It is made with spring water and wheat filtered to its maximum purity.
This Product is offered and supplied by [The Beverage Angels Pty Ltd], [Liquor Licence No. 36163563]. Please note, this product cannot be delivered to Dry Zones. [The Beverage Angels Pty Ltd] supports the Responsible Service of Alcohol. Warning - Under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 it is an offence to supply alcohol to a person under the age of 18 years (penalty exceeds $17,000), for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase or receive liquor (penalty exceeds $700).