Gin & Vodka
Born from the skill of our winemaker, it produced a truly unique and special brandy, with great Atlantic influence.
Born from the skill of our winemaker, it produced a truly unique and special brandy, with great Atlantic influence.A Vodka created from sweet potatoes, one of the most widely produced products in the Municipality of Grândola, where gastronomic weeks are even dedicated to this product. Sweet Potato Vodka is a totally innovative product in Portugal, so we combine innovation with local tradition and Atlantic Vodka is born. The influence of the Atlantic winds clearly influences all cultures in the Municipality, thus giving Atlantic Vodka unique characteristics.
Colorless and with a very delicate aroma, due to these factors, they are excellent for giving body and volume to fruit cocktails or very intense mixtures where we just want to add alcohol, as is the case of cocktails with coffee, caramel or chocolate.
Product of Portugal
A truly unique and special Vodka, with great Atlantic influence.
The slow and careful distillations in Charentais still.
A Vodka created from sweet potatoes, one of the most popular products in the Municipality of Grândola.
The influence of the Atlantic winds clearly influences all the cultures of the Municipality.
By definition, a vodka is a pure, neutral spirit. At BREJINHO da COSTA, we do not believe that this means that vodka should be completely devoid of flavor. We do not refresh our Vodka because we want to retain the subtle flavors that make it unique and speak of its origin. By carefully crafting each batch, we are able to obtain a vodka that is pure, as flavorful in a cocktail. Initial hints of citrus give way to caramel, caramel and cupcake flavors. Its soft finish presents a satisfyingly warm, sweet and spicy note.
During the 1st and 2nd World War, vodka was also used as an antiseptic for cleaning wounds and weapons, as well as being used as a “stimulant” for Soviet soldiers. Vodka lowers the moral limits for fighting and controls the level of adrenaline in the blood. Alcoholic drinks decrease the concentration of adrenaline in the blood, giving greater “control” during battles. 100ml of vodka by Russian soldiers was the “official ration” for a day of war. Scientifically speaking, 100ml of vodka contains up to 250kcal. These calories are just enough for the human body to survive another day.