Vodka from Poland
The first literary references to vodka production in the 14th century come from Poland (not Russia).
Vodka at that time was called "Gorzatka", because vodka was understood to be a medical alcohol mixture or aftershave.
It was only around the 18th century that the two terms merged. Also in Poland the privilege of the noble population had an extremely positive effect on the vodka quality and it was diligently traded and exported Europe-wide.
The vodka spirit survived even political and state changes in Poland, the production was monopolized in the meantime and then privatized again.
The fertile soils are particularly advantageous for the production of potatoes and cereals. This is then used to produce high quality Vodka´s, such as the Belvedere - which can boast numerous awards.
But also rarities such as buffalo grass vodka and U´Luvka vodka in the curved bottle. From creamy-soft, sweet to dry Vodka´s - there is something for every taste.
*regular prices = former selling prices