Silla Vodka

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• Liquors and spirits

Meet the producer

Silla, based in Moncalieri, is a notable local producer recognized for its high-quality vodka.

They prioritize traditional craftsmanship and sustainability, ensuring that every bottle meets exceptional standards. Silla's commitment is evident in their use of premium ingredients, resulting in a smooth vodka suitable for various servings, from neat sips to cocktails.

Beyond product quality, sustainability is central to their operations. They meticulously select eco-conscious suppliers and adopt environmentally friendly packaging.

Representing Italian excellence, Silla seamlessly blends quality, craftsmanship, and sustainability in every bottle. Choosing Silla means enjoying exceptional vodka while supporting a sustainable future.


  • Liquors and spirits

When give their best

  • Aperitivo
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The perfect match

Vodka offers endless possibilities when it comes to mixology and creating delicious cocktails for any occasion. Whether you prefer classic favorites like the Cosmopolitan or Moscow Mule, or enjoy experimenting with modern creations, vodka's versatility makes it an ideal base for a wide range of cocktails.

Additionally, vodka's clean and neutral character makes it a delightful complement to various cuisines. It pairs well with seafood, sushi, caviar, and light appetizers, and its smoothness can balance out the flavors of spicy or rich dishes.

Furthermore, vodka can be used as a key ingredient in sauces and marinades, enhancing flavors and adding a subtle kick.

It can also be infused with different flavors, such as vanilla, citrus, herbs, or spices, to create extracts for baking or enhancing the flavors of various dishes.

Adding vodka to desserts and sweet treats can add moisture and subtle flavor, while using it in flambéing and deglazing techniques can create dramatic effects and rich sauces.


  • Biologic
  • Kosher


Silla Vodka
Corso Roma, 15/1
10024 Moncalieri (TO)

20/09/2023 - 15:58

Aggiornato il: 20/09/2023 - 15:58