After winning numerous gold medals for their Old Pilot’s gin, Croatian craft distillery “Duh u boci” have announced more good news, this time for their newly-released vodka.
In December last year, after the amazing success of their signature Old Pilot’s gin, founders Tomislav Anadolac and Hrvoje Bušić released Old Pilot’s vodka and it is already among the awards.
“It is with great pleasure that we announce that our vodka has been awarded a Gold medal at the 2022 World Vodka Awards in London,” they announced today.
After searching for the right flavour combination, Anadolac and Bušić found the ideal recipe for their premium vodka product and they believe it will reach the popularity of their gin.
They used part of the process for production, which they also use in the production of their gin, and carried out additional finishing, such as purification through several filters. The result is a very silky, soft and drinkable vodka.
They remained faithful to their already recognisable visual identity – a plane on the front of the bottle. The back of the bottle is dominated by an airway map, which is used in aviation, so when you look at it, you get the impression that the plane is really flying.
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Currently, Old Pilot’s vodka is available on the Croatian market, but will soon embark on its journey to foreign markets where Old Pilot’s gin is already present.
Old Pilot’s gin has won numerous International awards since its launch, including gold at the International Wine & Spirit Competition (IWSC) in London, Best Croatian Craft Gin, the London Dry Gin Trophy 2019 award and gold at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2021.