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Renat Brännvin is a Swedish vodka produced by Vin & Sprit and made from wheat grown in Västergötland in Sweden. First introduced in 1877 by the successful Swedish distiller L.O Smith, it was famous for being purified ten times ("Renat" is the Swedish word for "purified"). Renat is considered to be the Swedish national vodka and has recently regained its popularity and is also subject to international attention due to its victories in the International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC) in 2005 and 2006. The bottle have in celebration of its 125th birthday had its design remade by Jan Johansson, known artist at Orrefors Glasbruk.
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