The Vökva Vodka distilling process is quite complex and entails the following:
Fermentation The pulp is poured into huge stainless-steel holders. A certain amount of yeast is put in after which the tubs are closed for two to four days. Enzymes (complex chemicals) convert sugars in the pulp to ethyl alcohol.
Bottling The final step is bottling in which the alcoholic beverages are transferred to glass bottles. Glass is preferred since the material is non-reactive. Reactive containers like plastic and metal cause possible chemical changes in the alcoholic beverage. Bottling is done by hand to add another unique twist to our quality control process and then the bottles must be cleaned properly, filled up, capped, closed, labelled and placed inside boxes. Our bottles are ECO-FRIENDLY, we use recycled glass for the bottle and the closure is made up of recycled plastics.