Cranberry Nalewka Cordial Z. Kozuba i Synowie "Nalewka z Zurawiny" Traditional Polish Liqueur
Nalewki (Polish liqueurs) are alcoholic extracts from fruit, spices, flowers or herbs. Usually nalewki contain 40-45 per cent alcohol just like vodka does. Unlike ordinary liqueurs, nalewki are usually aged. Their proper names are usually derived from the main ingredient or the traditional place of manufacture. Fruit liqueurs are most popular (morello cherry, apricot, blackberries and quince are important examples). Honey liqueurs are also popular.
Translation "Poland these chair are here since 1939 took place at the wedding here, interrupted by the outbreak of war. Every year, people paint the red chairs - in memory of those events"
Polish Vodka! Green Concept Cocktail 1.5 oz Sobieski Vodka 0.5 oz Marie Brizard Triple Sec 4 wheels of Cucumber (leave skin on and cut them ¼” thick) 0.5 oz fresh squeezed Lime Juice Top-up with 3 oz lemon-lime soda Method: place the cucumber wheels in a rocks glass with the lime juice and muddle for just few seconds, add ice cubes and Sobieski vodka with Triple Sec, then top with lemon-lime soda. Stir and serve. (Created by Francesco LaFranconi)
Alchemia Czysta Vodka (Polmos Bialystock SA Poland) - Czysta (Polish for "crystal") Vodka is produced in Poland by Polmos from Rye a premium grain. They also produce some excellent infused vodkas :( Wisiniowa/Wild Cherry ,Imbirowa/Ginger , and Czekoladowa/Chocolate) . Slightly oily start with a slight sweetness at first, medium body. Crisp, mild grainy bite to it on the edges of your tongue. | via spiritsreview.com | #AlchemiaCzysta #PolmosBialystock #Vodka #Liquor #Booze #Alcohol |