Finlandia vodka is produced in a distillery in the Finnish village of Koskenkorva. Finlandia is distilled from six-row barley using glacial spring water in seven continuous column stills and a multi-pressure distilling system. The spirit is then taken to the village of Rajamaki where it is blended with glacial water from a nearby spring.
Unlike many vodkas, Finlandia undergoes no artificial filtration because the glacial water is naturally filtered through sand layers formed by glaciers during the ice age. Finlandia was the first Scandinavian vodka to be sold in the United States.