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Purity Vodka Wins 2016 Spirits International Prestige Awards Platinum ‘Best Vodka’ And Fifty Best Imported Vodka Competition Double Gold

Purity Vodka Wins 2016 Spirits International Prestige Awards Platinum ‘Best Vodka’ And Fifty Best Imported Vodka Competition Double Gold

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  • Award-winning ultra-premium spirit Purity Vodka has recently been awarded top honors in four consecutive international blind tasting competitions, adding to its collection of more than 125 gold medals.
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Winning more than 25 gold medals in the past year alone, Purity Vodka proves that full-bodied taste and ultra-premium quality reign most important in the vodka category.

Platinum: Best of Class at the 2016 Spirits International Prestige (SIP) Awards
Nearly 500 spirit brands enter the SIP Awards annually, but only one vodka is awarded Platinum – Best of Class. In addition to securing 2016 “Best Vodka,” Purity Vodka also won the Consumer’s Choice Award for consistent quality three years in a row and Gold in Bottle Design.

The SIP Awards is the only international blind spirit tasting competition leveling the playing field for established brands and newcomers alike by enlisting consumers as judges.

Double Gold at The 2016 Fifty Best Imported Vodka Competition
Purity Vodka is the only brand to win Double Gold from The Fifty Best Vodka Competition for the past three years in a row.

TheFiftyBest.com is an online guide featuring rated listings from unbiased surveys and proprietary blind tastings judged by wine/spirits journalists, spirits professionals, retailers, mixologists, spirits consultants and connoisseurs.

Double Gold at the 2016 San Diego Wine & Spirits Challenge
Purity Vodka is the only vodka brand to win Double Gold this year. Only spirits that secure a unanimous vote from all 12 judges win Double Gold.

San Diego Challenge is staged by Robert Whitley’s Wine Cellar Productions, publisher of WineReviewOnline.com. The 12 blind tasting judges include international spirits editors, advanced sommeliers, and veteran mixologists.

Gold at the 2016 Craft Spirit Award Competition
The judges awarded Purity Vodka its fourth consecutive Gold medal, the highest honor, this year and called the brand “as pure as gold.”

Craft Competition is the competition hub for all craft distilleries, with more than a thousand entries over the last three years and dozens of hours of tasting, analyzing, comparing, noting and judging amongst industry experts.

“In the past decade Purity Vodka has won more than 125 gold medals in international blind tasting competitions judged by leading spirit writers, sommeliers and bartenders and been referred to as the expert’s vodka choice,” says Master Blender Thomas Kuuttanen. ”Therefore, I am particularly pleased that Purity Vodka is ranked as the best tasting vodka at the SIP Awards, judged exclusively by consumers. Everyone can share an appreciation for exceptional, high-quality vodka.”

ABOUT PURITY® VODKA
With its heritage based in the 13th century Ellinge Castle in southern Sweden, Purity® Vodka began from Master Blender Thomas Kuuttanen’s lifelong quest to redefine the vodka category. The heart of Purity® Vodka is distilled 34 times using a specially designed still made of copper and gold, creating a spirit so refined that no filtration is necessary. Purity Vodka has been awarded more than 125 Gold Medals by experts in the top blind tasting competitions around the world.

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