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Learn about its ingredients and production process, as well as what distinguishes Polish Vodka from other vodkas. Learn the secrets of food-pairing and many more facts about vodka.
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The tradition of decorating Easter eggs can be dated back to antiquity, and in Poland in particular it is probably as old as Christianity. Back in the day, pigments used in the process were of course completely natural and some of them such as the decoction made form red beetroots or onions can be still […]
Historic interiors, hidden bars, best cocktails…This is only the beginning of your adventure with Polish Vodka Museum! Visit us and experience even much more!
There are many reasons for visiting Polish Vodka Museum. Our hidden bar for wine and spirits connoisseurs is no doubt one of them!
Polish Vodka Museum is a place with a long history dating back to the end of the 19th century.
Are you enthusiast of exclusive wines and spirits? Visit our Alembic store and pick from a wide range of world’s finest beverages following the professional recommendation!
Take a sip of new knowledge and look at the Vodka Academy Bar, where you will not only deepen your knowledge of the best cocktails, but also try your skills in practice!
Where to get knowledge about Polich Vodka? Preferably from the Museum that was created in her honor! Visit the Polish Vodka Museum and learn the mysterious history of our national heritage.
Creating a recipe for old polish vodka? Discovering the history of national heritage not yet discovered? It’s possible at the Polish Vodka Museum!
News says that in our place you will find a waterfall flowing with Polish Vodka… Do you want to see if it’s true? Visit the Polish Vodka Museum!
Are you looking for a unique personalized gift? A glass with the given name, a carafe with wishes … You will find these and many other ideas for an unusual gift in the Polish Vodka Museum!
What connects James Bond and Polish Vodka? How did Polish Vodka influence the history of The Rolling Stones performances in Poland? You will learn these and other curiosities by visiting the Polish Vodka Museum!
Scots can boast of excellent whiskey, while the French have a unique cognac, and we ... we also have our reasons to be proud! Visit the Polish Vodka Museum and learn about the history of Polish national heritage!
Kulawka, underground orange and many more! Visit the Polish Vodka Museum and learn the surprising history of forgotten expressions from the world of liquors today!
The name of our traditional Easter borscht comes from a plant that was commonly used in Old Polish cuisine.
Nowadays, during Easter celebrations in Poland we tend to stick to traditions and food mostly connected to them. One of such important flavours of our Easter is the horseradish – we add it to eggs and Żurek ( known also as the White Borscht, traditional sour soup witch can be described as made out of […]
Adding alcohol to cakes can have several functions. If we want to improve crispness and crunchiness, we can add alcohol especially to shortcakes and biscuits because it will slow down the gluten-forming process in flour. If we apply it to the mass, we will break the bland taste of a butter.
In other articles we talked about what is Polish Vodka and how it is made. Now it’s time to take a closer look at the ingredients used to make it. These are traditional Polish cereals: rye, wheat, oats, barley, triticale or potatoes. All these resources must be grown in Poland if they are used to […]
Polish Vodka is world famous! Enjoyed by connoisseurs in Poland and around the world, it now has its own day. From now on, 13 January will be celebrated every year as Polish Vodka Day. This is no random choice, but marks that day in 2013 when the definition of what makes a vodka Polish was […]
The expression ‘Polish vodka’ has been commonly used in colloquial Polish for generations. However, vodka has been known and produced all across the world. So what distinguishes Polish Vodka from other vodkas and what makes it unique? What criteria does vodka have to meet to earn the name of ‘Polish Vodka’?
Polish Vodka has been enjoying continuing popularity worldwide for several decades now. No wonder that it has been featuring in many Polish films and shows since its early days and it was only a matter of time before it appeared on screen next to European and American film stars. Here are some examples from the history of Polish and World cinematography where our national beverage starred alongside the most prominent actors and actresses.
Vodka, originally known as gorzalka, only became more commonplace on Polish territories around 16th century. Our ancestors used to be very eager to drink vodka, regardless of their social status. However, what has changed throughout centuries is the vessel used to consume it from. Find out how it has evolved over time.
Many of us have grown attached to traditional Polish dishes, which generally go well together with the most popular beverages across the country, including vodka. Here is a bunch of ideas to help you rediscover well-known dishes that taste amazing if accompanied by a glass of Polish Vodka.
Poland is undoubtedly a country of vodka enthusiasts. So it’s no wonder why more and more of us are becoming real vodka connoisseurs – after all, the quality of Polish Vodka does not compare to anything else in the world. Here is a handful of interesting and, hopefully, surprising facts about our national beverage!
Vodka can be made from virtually any plant ingredient – grains, fruit or even vegetables. But for vodka to be called Polish Vodka, it has to be made from strictly defined ingredients originating in Poland. But this is just an introduction to the fascinating story of how Polish Vodka is made.