The vodka is made in the Finnish town of Koskenkorva in the municipality of Ilmajoki from low-oil, six-row barley and spring water from the Rajamäki spring , 50 km north of Helsinki . By filtering the water through ice age moraines , no further industrial filtering is required and minerals are preserved. An area of 1,200 hectares around the source is under nature protection . The alcohol is produced in a 50-hour process with over 200 distillation processes.
The spirit is now sold in over 100 countries. In addition to Finlandia Vodka Classic, the flavors Finlandia Vodka Lime, Cranberry, Grapefruit and Mango are also available in Germany. The distribution rights for Finlandia Vodka in Germany are held by Brown-Forman Beverages Europe Ltd.