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Tempting Russian Vodka
13.08.2007 18:08
Tempting Russian Vodka

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark is Scandinavia's most fantastic city; nowadays it launches into the Russian world and prefers Russian Vodka to its native Gammel Dansk and Akvavit.
      The statistics shows that modern generation tends to take Russian Vodka or Scottish Whisky. The level of Vodka sales in Denmark has doubled since 1996.
      Over the past years, Copenhagen has reinvented itself and made its name as a metropolis in Europe. It has undergone an amazing metamorphosis in a wide variety of fields: design, fashion, media, art, film, shopping, music, advertising, and, last but not least, food and drink. And its already a common did to drop into KGB Restaurant and Vodka Bar which serve genuine cold-war vodka.
      The change of tastes can be explained with growth of wellbeing of Danes who now use their chance to mix foreign brands.


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