"Derevenski Samogon" is a Traditional Russian Grain Spirit over the past four centuries. Samogon is manufactured by distilling grain mash by hand in the copper pot still. Traditional flavor of Samogon - bread of rye, wheat, malted barley and oats. The taste of "Derevenski Samogon"TM is soft, harmonious, warm without burning. Volume of alcohol is 42%. Samogon is traditionally drunk by 2cl - 4cl shots or in great variety of cocktails. Samogon is great as an aperitif and as a main drink at the table.
Why Samogon called Derevenski (which means “rural”) and why does it have such a rich bread taste?
The “Russian Original Beverages” company had been searching for the best hooch samples that could become a benchmark for a future product, before the “Derevenski Samogon” appeared on the market. During these searches, it turned out that the best samples of hooch were preserved in Russian villages, and their main distinguishing feature is the rich bread taste and aroma. Therefore, the hooch is called " rural ", and they tried to make it’s more bread taste. In the production of “Derevenski Samogon” a large amount of manual labor is used.