Cranberries in Vodka

Description

Net weight: 360 grams.

No food coloring or preservatives.

Did you know?

The cranberry was first discovered by the Indians, who were amazed by their healing qualities. The fruit is known for its ability to cure infections and slow the aging process. The cranberry was also used to color fabrics because of its strong shades. The fruit grows in open bodies of fresh water. When harvest time comes, the bodies of water are flooded and the fruit floats to the top.

Vodka is a spirit that is mainly water and ethanol alcohol. The level of alcohol ranges from 30% to 70%. The beverage is very common in Russia and Eastern European countries. The consumption of vodka has a very central social role: relaxation and bringing people together; it raises spirts and is even used to receive guests.

Kosher supervision: the local Rabbinate of Beit Yitzhak and OU.

Refrigerate after opening.