Five Lakes vodka goes to Canada

25 October, 2013

Siberian vodka Pyat Ozer – or Five Lakes – is set to launch in Canada. 

Western Shore Trading has agreed to represent Omskvinprom in the Canadian marketplace to import and promote Five Lakes Vodka.

The 100% grain vodka goes through seven stages of filtration and eight stages of distillation.

According to Millionaires 2013, Pyat Ozer sold 7 million cases in 2012. It is available in 26 countries.

Western Shore Trading was set up in 2012 and from the appearance of its website, Five Lakes is currently its only brand. The release said the company is to specialise in importing Siberian vodkas. The website lists the price as $32.90 per bottle.

Western Shore Trading currently services the British Columbia beverage and hospitality sectors, with plans for future expansion into the neighbouring provinces.





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