From an ancient recipe considered lost, but fortunately found in the archives of the Carskoe Selo museum, comes Czar's Village, a distilled Vodka with honey, wild cherry leaves and raspberry leaves. This Vodka was taken from the private cellars of the Romanoff family on the occasion of official receptions and gala evenings. It was in fact the official drink of the coronations of the Russian monarchs, extremely sumptuous events, which provided for three consecutive days of lavish banquets and splendid dances. The hand-made bottle in the Czech Republic was made to Fyodor Schechtel's original design. He made this "Coronation Decanter" so that it could not be turned or overturned, just like any symbol of the Monarchy. Other decanters were used on previous occasions, but this was the only decanter we got. The original decanter is kept in the Catherine Palace of Czar's Village.