In the year 1430, deep in the Chudov Monastery in Moscow where the Kremlin now resides, the monk Isidore discovered a long-forgotten manuscript. His eyes crinkled at their corners as he looked up in delight. Days later, Isidore walked across the stone floor to the copper distillery, hands shaking as he poured from the vat that lay there.
He held up the glass and peered into the colorless liquid within, the warm candlelight reflecting its clarity. Driven by his knowledge and devotion to
tradition, Isidore's relentless distilling and testing was finally complete. He had developed the original formula for vodka. Through his pursuit of purity, he created the perfect spirit.
Vodka became Isidore's higher calling. He put his heart and soul into improving it— until its taste transcended pleasure with every sip. Soon Russian Royalty discovered the precious liquid:Isidore's vodka became a royal delicacy, savored only by the highest of society, the recipe kept secret.
Eventually, the secret escaped and vodka spread from country to country. Soon it flowed to the four corners of the globe, each brewer putting their own twist on the original. As its popularity grew and variations continued, some feared Isidore's perfection would disappear forever.
But hope was not lost. The Legend of Kremlin discovered Isidore's true vodka recipe, and recreated the bottle in the same charcoal glass used in Russian courts hundreds of years ago. Today, Isidore's work lives on in the form of Russia's most luxurious pure grain vodka. Now, everyone is invited to experience Isidore's legacy and taste the traditional excellence of The Legend of Kremlin.