Reyka is the only vodka to be distilled with pure Icelandic waters and takes full advantage of it’s resources. What does this mean? It means that Reyka has a super clean taste and has an environmental conscience.
The Reyka distillery is located in the small village of Borgarnes in western Iceland and the entire heat needed for the entire operation is powered by the abundant geothermal heat of the land, a factor that led to the naming of the spirit as Reyka (Ray-kuh) is an ancient Icelandic word for steam or smoke. Reyka is only produced in small quantities of only 235 cases per distillation which contains glacial water from the Grabok Spring, which runs through a 4,000 year old lava field. Researchers have tested the waters and found there to be zero impurities. The resulting vodka is a testament that if clean products go in, clean products come out.
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