Anestasia Vodka

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Anestasia Vodka
Type Vodka
Manufacturer NumBrands, Inc.
Country of origin United States
Introduced July, 2013 in United States
Alcohol by volume 40.0%
Proof (US) 80
Website Anestasia Vodka

AnestasiA Vodka is a vodka distilled in the United States. The spelling comes from the founder's family name and the bottle's shape represents the letter A for AnestasiA and the letter V for vodka.[1]

Company history[edit]

In 2007, co-founder Yuliya Mamontova started the project and hired Karim Rashid to design the packaging. The original recipe contained an ingredient that gave it a tingling effect. The product is now a neutral spirit, with no flavors added, and is produced in Bend, Oregon. NumBrands, Inc. is headquartered in White Plains, NY. Yuliya Mamontova incorporated Numbrands, Inc. in 2008 in order to introduce the new brand. After four years of financial investment, research and product development, Numbrands, Inc. launched Anestasia Vodka in July 2013 in Las Vegas with Southern Wine & Spirits.

Numbrands, Inc. is a family-owned and family-operated business.


In 2012, AnestasiA Vodka won the Best Bottle and Best Case award from the Beverage Testing Institute.[2]

In 2013, AnestasiA Vodka won a gold medal from the International Craft Awards and also received a 94 rating from the Beverage Testing Institute.[3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Why We Spell And Call Our Vodka Anestasia". NumBrands, Inc. Retrieved 18 February 2014. 
  2. ^ O’Kennard, Jerald. "2012 BTI Packaging Competition". Beverage Testing Institute. Retrieved 18 February 2014. 
  3. ^ "Anestasia Vodka $34". Beverage Tasting Institute. Retrieved 18 February 2014. 

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