Gireau is a brand of vodka manufactured in France. It is made from pure grain wheat and is distilled 4 times for purity. As a result, this makes the vodka suitable to drink neat as a 'sipping vodka'.
The alcoholic beverage was launched in November 2007 and uses a Napoleonic bee in its identity. The bee is Napoleon's symbol   representing industry, efficiency and productivity and is intended to show the link between Vodka and France. It is suggested that the nation became interested in the spirit following the disastrous Patriotic Wars in 1812 that marked the change in Napoleon's fortunes .
Gireau is owned by Mr Andrew Byers Hay who lives in both France and the UK. The brand concept was developed by B&W Creative.
Gireau is distilled 4 times as opposed to three.
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