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Russian Vodka

by Eriko
(Tokyo, Japan)

Russian Vodka

Russian Vodka

Last week we studied about Russia. Although I don’t like to drink so much, what interested me about Russia was an alcoholic drink called ‘Vodka.’ According to Russia's vodka museum website, the word «vodka» has been known since the 17th century and is most likely a derivative of «voda» (water).

It is clear like water. I was surprised by its long history!!!!! Why do Russians drink vodka? There are many reasons. One of the reasons is a way to stay warm in the winter. It is important for us to keep our bodies warm!!!!!!

I’ve never been to Russia. But if I get a chance to go there, I’d like to visit the vodka history museum.

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