We’ve always been a fan of vodka here at CTC so when we heard that a caviar infused Vodka was launching, we had to get lowdown.
Vodka and Caviar has always been a great pairing and Swedish Vodka L’Orbe has used revolutionary blending methods, combining the delicate flavour of caviar with traditionally produced vodka to create a harmonious spirit that pushes the boundaries of taste expectations.
L’Orbe spent five years developing a bespoke method in which the most fragile of ingredients; caviar, could be preserved and infused – who knew!
Encapsulated within a unique pearl technology and sealed in a bespoke crafted glass vial, the caviar’s subtle aromas are gradually diffused. Soft buttery notes mature within the bottle, gently evolving to nuttier tones. This revolutionary infusion technique is underpinned by L’Orbe’s commitment to, and understanding of, traditional distillery practices.
Wheat grown in the rich and fertile soil of Sweden is harvested according to local traditional customs resulting in a premium vodka. The expertise of Swedish Master Distillers is then harnessed to produce a vodka that is aligned with artisanal values.
L’Orbe’s caviar is a customized creation crafted to ensure the optimum release of aromas within the vodka. Cultivated and sourced from ecologically minded Sturgeon farms in Gironde; the use of the finest French caviar imbues the vodka with the tones of the gastronomic delicacy. L’Orbe can be enjoyed in a variety of ways.
Suggested serves are either neat or over ice, making it a perfect accompaniment to caviar (naturally) and a wide-range of seafood dishes.
For a light and refreshing serve, we’re told to top L’Orbe with soda over ice; or alternatively using L’Orbe for a Vodka Martini provides a savoury twist to the classic cocktail.
L’Orbe is the first naturally infused caviar vodka; combining technological innovation with traditional values to create a unique flavour combination.
L’Orbe’s caviar infused vodka is available to purchase for £49.50 for a 200ml bottle from September 2018. Stockists are still being finalised so follow us on Twitter for an update next week.