King Pure and Pur Vodkas are two brands of vodka that are currently being sold in UK stores and supermarkets, with the brands in the UK being both the flagship brands of King Pure, which was launched in 2012, and the flagship brand of Pur Voda, which is owned by a subsidiary of the same name.
The brands are both produced by King, a French company which is part of the group which makes up the international luxury goods group.
The company was founded in 1972 by the brothers Jean-Claude and Louis-Michel Vodou.
King Pure was a luxury brand which focused on luxury products and was initially launched in 1972, in collaboration with Louis Vuitton.
Louis Vuitton, which acquired the company in 2016, is owned in part by the British multinational British Petroleum, the parent company of Shell, BP and the other major energy companies.
‘King Pure’ and ‘Pur Voda’ are both listed on the British Petroleum website.
According to a 2016 report, the company was acquired by BP in 2016 for £2.5bn ($3.6bn).
It added that the brand is “an outstanding example of the value that we provide to our customers by supporting them in their environmental stewardship, as well as contributing to the global community by investing in renewable energy.” “
This is the third time the brand has been awarded the BP’s brand of excellence for sustainability and environmental performance.”
It added that the brand is “an outstanding example of the value that we provide to our customers by supporting them in their environmental stewardship, as well as contributing to the global community by investing in renewable energy.”
King was founded by the French brothers Jean Claude and Louis Vuichons in 1854.
In 2017, the British company announced plans to buy the business for $7.4bn (£5.6b).
It’s not clear what role, if any, the King brand has in the BP brand.
Both brands are produced in Germany, but King is produced in Belgium, which has a strict environmental code.
BP said the purchase is for a short period, but that the two brands will continue to co-produce together, as part of their overall strategy to invest in sustainable production.