Koskenkorva Vodka is made in the Village of Koskenkorva, in the vast farmlands of Western Finland. It’s the only globally known vodka named after the village where it’s made in, and it has been produced since 1953.
The farmers of Koskenkorva are honest, dedicated and hard-working people. They’ve been the backbone of Koskenkorva Vodka for six decades. And most have worked as farmers already for generations.
The barley in Koskenkorva is one of a kind. Saana and Elmeri, our custom barley varieties, are the northernmost barleys in the world. The long days of our summer growing season make it possible to get a great harvest in the autumn. The northernmost barley in the world.
Our vodka is distilled through a state-of-the-art continuous distillation process. This is the reason why one of the world’s purest ethanols does not require separate carbon filtering.