Priced at €1,600, this golden Fabergé egg houses a decanter of Ladoga vodka originally created to impress Tsar Peter the Great in 1721. The egg itself is made of a metal alloy embroidered in gold enamel and adorned with 24-carat gold gilding and a collection of blue, red, and green crystals. Hidden inside the egg is a 75cl decanter of Imperial Collection Ladoga Vodka, as well as four Venitian glasses.
The vodka housed inside the Fabergé egg is quite luxe and is made with water from Russia's Ladoga Lake, alongside wheat and rye from central and southern Russia. After initial distillation, the vodka is further distilled 12 times ensuring it is incredibly smooth and pure. Only 1200 Ladoga Vodka eggs are produced in a year, 20% of which are sold in the travel retail industry.
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