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Where we come from

You know you’re distinct when your family tree has fiery volcanoes and majestic glaciers.

The Reyka distillery – Iceland’s first distillery – is located in Borgarnes, Iceland. (For those unfamiliar with Icelandic that’s pronounced Bor-gan-ess). Located 45km outside of Reykjavik, this coastal village is removed from industrial life and surrounded by wonderful natural resources. To help paint a picture of how untouched the resources are here, the CO2 levels in Borgarnes are actually falling. Seriously, the air is that clean.

With bountiful, crisp arctic waters and abundant lava rocks at our disposal, we can’t help but want to give the world a little taste of what we experience every day in Iceland. That’s why we created Reyka. It’s not just made in Iceland. It’s made of the things that make this island unlike any other place in the world. You should visit some time.

HOW THINGS ARE LOOKING IN BORGARNES

52°F 11°C
WED 20th
AUGUST
Partly cloudy until evening.
Sunrise
5:33 AM
Sunset
9:31 PM
High Temp
52 °F 11 °C
Low Temp
44 °F 6 °C
54°F 12°C
THU 21st
AUGUST
Clear throughout the day.
Sunrise
5:36 AM
Sunset
9:28 PM
High Temp
54 °F 12 °C
Low Temp
39 °F 3 °C
53°F 11°C
FRI 22nd
AUGUST
Mostly cloudy starting in the evening.
Sunrise
5:39 AM
Sunset
9:24 PM
High Temp
53 °F 11 °C
Low Temp
40 °F 4 °C
54°F 12°C
SAT 23rd
AUGUST
Light rain starting in the afternoon.
Sunrise
5:42 AM
Sunset
9:21 PM
High Temp
54 °F 12 °C
Low Temp
42 °F 5 °C
53°F 11°C
SUN 24th
AUGUST
Light rain throughout the day.
Sunrise
5:45 AM
Sunset
9:17 PM
High Temp
53 °F 11 °C
Low Temp
45 °F 7 °C

How we are made

If you'd rather look at pictures than words, take a look at this video about how Reyka Vodka is made and the land it comes from.

We start with the wonders around us. Then we get resourceful.

Pretty much everything we needed to make award-winning vodka was already right here in Iceland. Lucky us. We just had to figure out how to put them all together just right.

ARCTIC SPRING WATER
ARCTIC SPRING WATER

Water is the most important ingredient in vodka production. So we collect arctic spring water from a spring that runs through a 4,000-year-old lava field. The lava rocks naturally filter the water making it some of the purest in the world. The purity of the water allows the flavor of our vodka to shine through.

LAVA ROCK FILTRATION
LAVA ROCK FILTRATION

We use lava rock from nearby fields to create a natural filtration system. Some say this is the most effective filtration process in the world. We say it's the reason our vodka has such a smooth taste and clean, fresh character.

CARTER HEAD STILL
CARTER HEAD STILL

Our spirit is distilled in a Carter-Head Still. We chose it because the high level of copper gives us an unparalleled purity of spirit with only one distillation. There are only six Carter-Head Stills in the world. And ours is the only one used to make vodka. Skál (that means "cheers") to that!

PRECIOUSLY SMALL BATCHED
PRECIOUSLY SMALL BATCHED

Each distillation takes about 6 hours and yields 255 preciously small cases. Each bottle contains only natural flavors and extracts. No additives. Working in small batches means we can make sure each bottle is the highest of high quality. That’s what we call 'hand-crafted.'

GEO THERMAL ENERGY
GEO THERMAL ENERGY

We’re also proud to say that our distillery is powered by geo-thermal energy from volcanoes. While others might admire our “green” approach, we think it just makes good sense.

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ARCTIC SPRING WATER

Water is the most important ingredient in vodka production. So we collect arctic spring water from a spring that runs through a 4,000-year-old lava field. The lava rocks naturally filter the water making it some of the purest in the world. The purity of the water allows the flavor of our vodka to shine through.

Cocktails

Serve over ice so it remembers where it comes from.
Or try one of these delicious recipes.
Army of Me
Army of Me VIEW RECIPE
Block Party
Block Party VIEW RECIPE
Borgarnes Star
Borgarnes Star VIEW RECIPE
Equinox
Equinox VIEW RECIPE
Flame of Love
Flame of Love VIEW RECIPE
Little Bit Bittah
Little Bit Bittah VIEW RECIPE
Icelandic Mule
Icelandic Mule VIEW RECIPE
New Earth
New Earth VIEW RECIPE
New Maid
New Maid VIEW RECIPE
Orange Drink
Orange Drink VIEW RECIPE
Radio Collins
Radio Collins VIEW RECIPE
Sanguinello Mule
Sanguinello Mule VIEW RECIPE
VIEW ALL COCKTAIL RECIPES

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