Rachmaninoff (vodka)

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Rachmaninoff
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Type Vodka
Country of origin Germany
Related products List of vodkas

Rachmaninoff is a German produced vodka. The spirit is named after the Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff. It is a low-budget vodka sold by Lidl supermarket. The brand makes both 37.5% and 40% strength vodka, (with red and blue coloured labels, respectively) as well as a range of alcopops. The bottle's label suggests the use of Worcestershire sauce (Lea & Perrins being such a brand), to be used in the preparation of a Bloody Mary, using this brand of vodka.

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