It is known that vodka was first produced in Poland in the 14th century in monasteries. Since then, vodka as been an integral part of Polish culture.
Wodka Wyborowa (pronounced VWAWD-kuh vee-BROH-vah) means "exquisite vodka" in Polish.
Wyborowa distillery has been making vodka for nearly 200 years at its estate in the village of Turew in Poland. It is distilled exclusively from rye grain grown in the Turew estate.
After the grain ingredients are selected, the first distillation takes place in small copper columns on the estate, as it has been done since the 16th century.
Using the estate's own pristine spring water, the spirit is distilled and then sent to rectification facility where the liquid is distilled an additional three times. Then finally, filtered to create the purest, most delicate spirit possible.
Color: Crystal clear
Nose: Clean, bright and exceptionally fresh, with subtle hints of citrus fruit.
Mouth-feel: On the palate, it is full-bodied, rounded and very lush, offering a lovely, glossy sensation on the sides of the tongue.
Taste: Begins with a gentle sweetness that slowly gives way to a slight licorice note, then a touch of rye spiciness for the final finish.
Finish: Consistent and satisfyingly clean, exceptionally smooth.
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