Truuli Peak Vodka will have its official launch evening in Connecticut on Thursday, January 23rd, 2014 at the highly acclaimed restaurant, Post 154 in Westport. Truuli Peak Vodka of Anchorage, Alaska is distributed in Connecticut by Highland Imports of Shelton and exclusively managed for global sales and marketing by Foundations Marketing Worldwide (FMW) of New York.Featuring an outdoor Truuli Peak Vodka ice bar, DJ spun music, and an Alaskan themed menu of appetizers and martinis, Connecticut is about to experience an event beyond the Polar Vortex.
Made entirely of certified, Alaskan grown ingredients, Truuli Peak is an authentic, handcrafted, American vodka, created in the “terroir” of Alaska. “Terroir” is a French term used to describe land, soil, climate combined with human and environmental factors that bind a wine to a specific place. “The Alaskan ‘terroir” Printdescribes the unique environment and conditions that tie Truuli Peak Vodka to a very specific and authentic heritage,” stated Monika Elling, CEO of FMW. “We believe that the quality and local nature of the ingredients to be the foundations of our hand-crafted, terroir driven vodka. We are thrilled to work with Post 154 on this exciting event, and delighted to be introducing Truuli Peak Vodka to the Connecticut marketplace.”
Truuli Peak Vodka is named after the highest elevation in the Kenai Mountain range, situated just outside of Anchorage. The word Truuli is the ancient Eskimo term for the Kenai Mountain Range. The only distilled spirit certified by the Alaskan Grown organization, Truuli Peak Vodka is distilled from 95% Delta Junction Barley, 5% Chugach wildflower honey, with pure Alaskan glacial water from Eklutna Lake at its core. Due to the pristine quality of ingredients, Truuli is left unfiltered to deliver a smooth, silky mouth-feel and finish. Truuli Peak is produced and bottled by BARE Distillery of Anchorage, Alaska.
TRUULI PEAK VODKA TASTING NOTES: Soft, floral aromatics on the nose with hints of citrus on the palate are combined with a viscous, full-bodied mouthfeel. Lingering, round Truuli Blu Rickifinish.
ABOUT POST 154: Located in Westport’s historic post office building, Post 154 is a completely unique restaurant experience, both in terms of cuisine as well as space. Utilizing a brick and limestone structure that was built in 1935, visitors are given a thrilling experience that begins with a relaxed yet sophisticated ambience that is the conduit to an evening of great food. The grand space has been artfully redesigned to evoke a modern New England style restaurant and meeting space, replete with dark wood furnishings, historic artwork and a convivial bar. Chef Alex Rosado’s eclectic menu is bold and flavorful, as is Post 154’s innovative beverage program.