If you could only bring three things on a vacation to Iceland what would they be? Reyka Vodka wants to know and is offering something pretty exciting if you tell them! Intrigued? Keep reading.
Iceland is truly a magical place. In the summer, you have the Midnight Sun; the fall offers Iceland Airwaves; with winter’s arrival comes the enchanting northern lights, and spring ushers in sprouting green grass and beautiful wildflowers. Whatever the season, Iceland is a place everyone should experience at least once in their lifetime. To make this possible, Reyka is giving away a trip to Iceland to one lucky fan and a travel companion!
Entering is easy – simply comment on Reyka’s Facebook page or tweet at @ReykaVodka what three things you’d bring on your adventure using #reykasweepstakes. To enter without using social media, send a 3×5 index card with your printed name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, birth date, and three things you would bring on an Icelandic adventure, legibly hand-printed to: Reyka What Three Things Summer Sweepstakes, PO Box 5021, Freeburg IL 62243-5021.
One lucky winner will receive roundtrip flights to Iceland and a four-day / three-night adventure through Iceland!
Entries will be accepted until August 9, 2015. Click here for complete terms and conditions.
About Reyka Vodka
When we set out to create the first vodka distillery in Iceland, we chose this unique country for its natural resources and used our 146 years of industry-leading experience to create innovative vodka. We collect arctic spring water from a spring that runs through a 4,000-year-old lava field. The lava rocks naturally filter the water making it some of the purest in the world. The purity of the water allows the flavor of our vodka to shine through. Then our vodka is distilled through a copper Carter-Head Still (one of only six in the world) for an unparalleled smooth taste with just one distillation. And did we mention that our distillery is powered by geothermal energy from volcanoes?
Arctic glacial water. Lava rock filtration. A distillery powered by the geo-thermal energy of volcanoes. Reyka’s not just made in Iceland. It’s Made of Iceland.