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Finlandia Vodka is produced from Finnish-grown six-row barley and pure glacier water. The barley is distilled into a grain spirit using a continuous multi-pressure distillation system at Altia Corporation's distillery in Finnish village of Koskenkorva. The distilled alcohol is then transported to Rajamäki production plant, there it is diluted with water, flavored and bottled.
Finlandia is available in pure form (alcohol + water) and several flavored versions.
Flavors include cranberry (since 1994), lime (1999), mango (2004), red berry (2004), wild berries (2005), grapefruit (2006), tangerine (2009) and blackcurrant (2009).
Courtesy of its name, Finlandia is widely associated with Finland on the international market.
Finlandia Classic Vodka Finland was ranked 1st among unflavored vodkas in the 2011 Ultimate Spirits Challenge.[1]

Finlandia was launched in Scandinavia in 1970 and in the United States in 1971.
The original bottle design (1970–2000) is the work of the Finnish designer Tapio Wirkkala.
Today the brand is wholly owned by Brown-Forman through its subsidiary Finlandia Vodka Worldwide Ltd. Brown-Forman acquired the brand in stages from 2000 to 2004.
The current bottle design “Glacial Ice” (2003) is a work of the Finnish designer Harri Koskinen and Wallace Church Associates, New York. The design is meant to evoke melting ice.

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