Uluvka - Vodka - Polish Vodka 70cl Bottle


Uluvka - Vodka
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U'Luvka is distilled in small batches, by craftsmen, from the finest Polish rye, wheat and barley.

It is fresh, clean and elegant on the nose, with distinct floral notes.

You will find it creamy and lightly buttery in character, with impressive sweet, savoury and spicy flavours, aniseed freshness and a long vibrant grain finish.

U'Luvka is both new and yet old at the same time. It has roots going back to the alchemists of the 17th century Polish Royal Court.

In those heady days, the tradition was to drink vodka from glasses without bases. This had one unfortunate side effect that the glasses could not be put down until the entire contents had been drunk.

Legend has it that the Court was almost permanently intoxicated and affairs of state were grinding to a halt. Sendivogius, the genius court alchemist, was begged by the King and Queen to distil a a spirit of such exceptional quality that the court could continue to drink all night and work all day. Sendivogius worked his magic and created a Royal elixir of rare quality. The court was saved, and just enough was never again too much.

Alchemy is all about transformation and this is the essence of U'Luvka. Working with Poland's finest modern alchemists, U'Luvka has been recreated the 'unfathomable spell' the result of which is yours to enjoy.

So propose a toast with U'Luvka that encapsulates the ancient and universal traditions and the three abiding principles of U'Luvka, 'To Friendship, Love and Pleasure.'

U'Luvka Vodka has won over 40 International Awards to date. Including Best Super Premium Vodka in the world over 5 times and best packaging over 6 times in the last 18 months.

Category(s):     Vodka
Group(s):     Plain Vodka
Producer: U'Luvka   -   www.uluvka.com
ABV:   40%
Brand:   U'Luvka
Country of Origin:   Poland
Grain:   Rye, Wheat & Barley
IWSC Awards:   Gold 2012
Kosher:   Yes
Vodka Type:   Grain
Website:   www.uluvka.com


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Date of Review: Mon, 30 Mar 2009
Review: An excellent Vodka. Would definitely recommend it! Smooth, crisp, clean taste.

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Producer Information

U'Luvka reconjures the spirit of a legendary vodka created by a famous alchemist at the court of King Sigismund III of Poland in the late 16th century.

The fashion at court was to drink vodka from glasses without bases. Once filled, a glass could not be put down until the entire contents had been drunk…

Legend has it that the court was suffering from hangovers. Distillation methods were still somewhat crude by today's standards and it didn't take many toasts to set you up badly for the following day's work. In a bid to prevent affairs of state from grinding to a halt, the King and Queen commissioned their court alchemist Sendivogius to create a spirit of such exceptional balance and purity that the court might continue to make their traditional toasts by night and run the country effectively by day.

Sendivogius applied his alchemical magic and created a royal elixir of rare quality. The court was soon back on its feet, while Sendivogius, despite his preference for anonymity, went on to become one of the most influential figures of his times. He crowned his scientific career as the first person to isolate oxygen.

Alchemy is all about achieving transformation through the isolation and purification of essential principles. This is the essence of U'Luvka. Working with Poland's finest modern alchemists, we have recreated Sendivogius' "unfathomable spell."
The result is yours to enjoy.

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