Vodka in ST PETERSBURG
new restaurants, star chefs, local produce and deep-rooted culinary traditions make the Baltic sea region ideal for the culinary traveller; cities such as hamburg, Warsaw, Riga, helsinki and st Petersburg produce specialties only found in this region of europe. For example, the Russian Vodka Museum is the world’s only museum dedicated to the history and diversity of
Russia’s national drink. During a guided tour of the museum, itself located within a 15th-century monastery where monks first distilled vodka, visitors can learn about the spirit’s origins and traditions as well as taste a selection of 213 Russian vodkas. next door, at VodkaRoom no. 1 restaurant, diners can enjoy a traditional Russian meal featuring local dishes such as Moskovskaya smoked sausage, pelmeni and Baltic salmon.