A tray of 3 carefully selected half sized shots to suit your mood
We have put together three easy drinking fruity Vodkas: Strawberry Field , Ananasowa Lubelska & Melon Medows.
The best 3 vodkas we have, end of story. Honey , 1 grass infusion (and potential aphrodisiac) and 1 clear wheat.
3 herbal vodkas that the Poles would tell you are good for you.
Very very strong vodkas - smooth potato 50%, oak aged 40%, plum brandy 60%. Yikes.
3 elegant vodkas from up high on the shelf, to help you celebrate your special occasion. Our best honey, walnut and plum brandy.
In Slavic mythology, Perun (the god of the Oak Tree), is the highest god of the pantheon and the god of sky, thunder, lightning, storms, rain, law, war and fertility. Here are 3 oak aged vodkas that will bring you closer to the heavens.
A herbal, a spiced and a caramel vodka to finish off your evening.
Plum & cinnamon vodka, honey vodka and an orange & clove herbal digestif vodka. It's a liquid cake.
A tart quince vodka, a orange vodka and a caramel vodka - together they taste like a classic French dessert.
A crunchy rye vodka, a dry quince vodka & a smooth sour cherry & honey vodka
These are the best vodkas you will find anywhere in the world
This very special spirit is truly unique and you won't find anything like it anywhere else in Australia. It is not a vodka or a brandy, as it is not distilled from grains, potatoes or fruit. It is actually distilled from honey (about three litres per bottle.) It then spends at least three years in oak barrels resulting in a spirit with incredible length and balance. We are rather chuffed to have it on the shelf.
A bitter and savoury digestif flavoured with an unsual collection of herbs - the same herbs in fact that we put into the Polish borsch. The drink reveals something new each time you try it: plum, vanilla ice cream, leather, tobacco. Designed by the creator of the Chopin Vodka range.
An astonishing liqueur style vodka. Honey, walnut, clove with jasmine and lilac notes. Oak aged, then bottled in hand painted decanters. The ideal digestif.
This vodka is infused with Tataraku (acorus calamus), a wetland grass used extensively in Chinese and Indian medicines. The Egyptians even claimed it an aphrodisiac. Bitter and complex with a hint of anise.
A fine example of a smooth, soft and bright Polish grian vodka, filtered through mapel wood charcoal.
Made exclusively with the esteemed gold Dankowski rye, this is undoubtedly one of the finest rye vodkas produced today. Distinctive and delicate with subtle minerality.
J. A. Baczewski was appointed vodka maker to the Imperial Court of the Hapsburg Empire, and coincidentally was awarded the gold medal in the Melbourne Exhibition in 1888. 125 years later it was rediscovered by three of Melbourne's most dintinguished vodka enthusiasts on a drunken afternoon in Lublin, and thank God we found it! In production since the 17th Century, it is an elegant clear potato vodka with citrus, floral and mineral notes, and our only vodka from Austria.
Vodka distilled from wheat is bright and clean. You will find notes of straw, pepper, citrus, bread, malt. Generally distilled at least 3 times and often filtered for smoothness, we recommend it as a frozen shot to drink with Zakuski, Pierogi or Przekaski.
The smooth, soft taste of this vodka derives from old recipe using finest grain alcohol and exceptionally clear artesian water distilled bottled.
A new super premium clear grain vodka from the people who bring you the famous bison grass infusion. The filtering process uses special Polish charcoal using wood from the types of trees that grow in the special Bia?owieza Forest.
Named for the ghost of Julia Potocki, daughter of the founder of the distillery who died young and heartbroken.
This grain vodka is almost as heavy as the Poland-shaped bottle it comes in.
The story goes that Prince Krakus defeated the Wawel dragon by feeding it a dead sheep stuffed with sulfur. He then founded Krakow and built the Wawel Castle. He may or may not have invented a method of distilling vodka four times.
Very smooth, somewhat creamy. Named after the famous pianist who became prime minister.
Multi-award winning Lithuanian vodka with a stalk of wheat inside each bottle.
Second fastest growing vodka brand in the world, this wheat vodka is four times distilled.
Subtle, pleasant vodka named for the last remaining bit of original old growth forest left in Europe, and home to the bison.
A mild grain vodka produced by the Kashubian ethnic minority in northern Poland. Their symbol is the gryphon.
When everyone's favourite honey vodka, Krupnik, rose again from the ashes not long ago, it caused quite a stir when it revealed its clear little sister, and now it is the biggest selling clear vodka in Poland. See what the fuss is about
A wheat vodka that tastes of black pepper. We describe it as being powdery, but in a good way.
A new clear grain vodka from the people who bring you the famous bison grass infusion. It has become very popular very quickly in Poland, and rightly so, as it is distilled six times and platinum filtered.
A decidedly unique flavour, due to the large spike of barley in every bottle.
Vodka distilled from potatoes is mild, earthy and sweet. Soft, light, slightly viscous and well rounded. Best as a shot with Zakuski, Pierogi, vegetables and potatoes, or in a dirty martini with olives.
Polish potatoes distilled for the 100 year anniversary of this distillery.
A punchy potato vodka, a perfect accompaniment to blintzes with smoked salmon.
Rye vodkas are punchy, cracking, zesty, bitter, citrusy – certainly the most interesting style of vodka. Best as a frozen shot or martini with a twist. Fantastic with vegetables, soup and wintery food.
These dry or semi-sweet vodkas are infused with an unusual array of spices, roots, pepper, herbs and flowers.
A somewhat sweet black pepper vodka with alleged medicinal properties.
Lightly infused with Bishop's Wort or Wood Betony , which producers claim to be a magical therapeutic agent.
Horseradish vodka with a touch of cranberry.
A little bit like cognac, a little bit like bourbon. Definitely vodka.
Fruity nose, maple, tannins, nuts and a finish something like freshly raked leaves.
When the Starka factory went belly up, millions of litres of this dry, caramelly brandy style vodka sat in barrels within catacombs beneath the streets of Szczecin, untouched for years. Fortunately they are now permitted to sell it again.
Loved by Bohemian artists living in Paris 150 years ago, Absinthe has been portrayed as a dangerously addictive psychoactive drug and hallucinogen. We just think it's delicious and good fun. We serve ours neat, "louched" (made cloudy with the addition of water to release essential herbal oils) or torched, depending on the origin.
Intense, bitter with caramelised sugar. It's made especially for us by our Polish friend with a chemist's license. We serve it as they would in Bohemia, by rimming the glass with sugar and setting the rink ablaze.
Old school bitter herb and wormwood flavour, made by the oldest vodka company in the world.
This blanche (clear) absinthe is floral and bitter with a strong wormwood focus.
Poland is a land of abundance, and Polish honey is the best in Europe. No wonder we have so many kinds of honey vodka.
In Poland, when cherries are in season there are too many to eat. So cherries are macerated in vodka through the winter and brought to you on a ship.
A maraschino delight! Dr Nick Riviera recommends drinking this when pregnant.
A bold cherry vodka with a dash of rum, like a cherry liqueur bon bon.
Although it's called dark sour cherry vodka, it?s very light in colour and flavour. Less sweet than some of the other cherry vodkas.
The best thing about summertime is Poland is the berries. All kinds that you rarely see in Australia, stored in barrels and topped up with vodka.
A blended grain, rye and wheat vodka with the finest Polish raspberries.
Like licking black berries on a summer afternoon and dunking them in vodka.
A seasonal blackcurrant vodka that makes use of both the fruit and the other bits of the bush.
Poland is famous for its orchards and abundance of apples, pears and quinces.
Plums and stone fruit are celebrated in late summer and put into everything in Poland. Dumplings, doughnuts, chocolates and vodka.
A sweet but tart plum used in Europe to make brandy, wine & pies - in a vodka.
Sometimes sweet, sometimes bitter, always lovely on a warm day.
The most delicious lemon vodka out there, found during the last trip to the Motherland.
A pre WWII recipe is used for this stunning orange liqueur vodka.
A violently orange number that has a strong orange flavour with a hint of bourbon.
Poland's weather is about as tropical as Melbourne's to be honest, but these vodkas are good fun on a hot day.
Sliwowica is distilled from angelina plums and has a huge tradition amongst Europe's Jewish, Balkan and Slavic peoples. A little like tequila, the flavour is unmistakable.
Triple distilled and aged in oak for ten years, this Czech plum brandy is complex with great length.
Similar to an Italian Amaro, these vodkas are sweet and bitter, infused with herbs, citrus and honey. A nice way to end a meal.
Liquoriceroot, dried citrus peel, white pepper, sarsaparilla, cola with a mild bitter finish.
Stays true to its name. Well balanced with orange, clove and spices.
We were glad when the boss found some of this in the basement that had been there for years.
Christmas spices, gingerbread, walnuts, burnt toffee, vanilla. Sweet, strong and good fun.
Lovely liqueur vodka with orange peel, hazelnuts and spices.
Directly translating to ?hooch,? this stuff is killer! Semi sweet with notes of vanilla and banana, reminiscent of rum.
Forget the cinnamon challenge, drinking this is infinitely more enjoyable.
Flavoured with tea and rum, excellent served with a splash of hot water.
Raspberry leaf vodka, served hot like the toothless mountain yokels serve it.
Sweet vodkas for after dinner.
Considered one of the world's finest chocolate liqueurs, this blends fine dark chocolate with milk and Chopin's house Rye Vodka.
A decadent blend of fine dark chocolate and Chopin rye. The lovechild of Poland's best chocolate and vodka companies.
Like something your European Aunty would sip on after dinner.