Atomik Vodka: Made From Chernobyl Nuclear Reactor’s Forbidden Zone By Rhodilee Dolor 08/09/19 AT 10:40 AM

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Chernobyl is associated with the worst nuclear disaster in history but it could soon be known for a bizarre offering: atomic vodka that uses ingredients from the region’s once forbidden zone.

The 1,000-square-mile zone that surrounds the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant was initially declared as uninhabitable for humans for a period of 24,000 years following the meltdown that occurred in April 1986.

Jim Smith, from the University of Portsmouth, and colleagues, however, produced something extraordinary using ingredients from the abandoned lands: the first bottle of alcoholic spirit made of  water and grain that were harvested in the reactor’s once-forbidden exclusion zone.

They said the artisan vodka is not more radioactive compared with other liquor products available on the market.

https://www.ibtimes.com/atomik-vodka-made-chernobyl-nuclear-reactors-forbidden-zone-2811884

3 comments

  1. Japan and Russia and Exxon and Shell are all working together at Sakahalin so I guess they can share ideas. The reblogs still aren’t working. I get an email that you reblogged and then I click on see reblog and it is gone.

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