Zubrowka - Bison

Polish Vodka
Zubrowka - Bison

70cl Bottle £20.25
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Gold Winner, The Vodka Masters 2008.

The roots of the Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka story reach to the Bialowieza Forest, located in the remote and mysterious land of North East Poland. Here grows the precious Bison grass, the natural ingredient so unique to Zubrowka.

Here also roam the rare and protected Bison from which Zubrowka takes its name.

Bison grass is picked by hand at the height of summer, carefully dried and then added as an extract to a luxury rye spirit, distilled in the time honoured way at the Bialystok distillery.

Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka can only be produced in Poland at the Bialystok distillery.

Floral, herbaceous, vanilla and spring flowers are just a few of the many descriptions for Zubrowka.

16 Comments found

alice shaw 2010-10-02 21:52:11

Really nice vodka. Gorgeous with apple juice & crushed ice.

Christopher Richards 2009-12-21 21:13:00

I was introduced to Bison Grass Vodka by a very good friend of mine. I must admit this is the best vodka I have ever tasted and extremely moreish. Another good thing is that I have not received a hang-over on this vodka if I have had a little too much, probably because of its purity. Highly recommend. 10/10.

Scott Harman 2009-11-11 17:02:22

My girlfriend loves this in "Polish Martini's" - 1 shot each of Zubrowka, Krupnik and Apple Juice. Have to admit myself this is a very nice vodka!

Paul Hewes 2009-10-13 22:32:29

I was given a bottle of this by a Polish chap who I worked with. Unbelievable Danish pastry taste when mixed with unsweetened apple juice, not met a person yet who I have not astonished with this mix. Neat is just as good,it was very warmly received by a good friend who drinks Grey Goose over ice - Very high praise indeed!

Ian Dransfield 2007-12-26 19:53:00

A stunning vodka and one that seems to become ever more popular with each passing day. Once relegated to the daring, independent bars hidden on the backstreets of Britain's cities, Zubrowka can now be found in a huge number of mainstream establishments - Revolution and Wetherspoons to name but two. Fortunately, the popularity of the drink is well deserved. A soft, creamy taste is accompanied by a complete lack of antifreeze after-taste or chest-burning, making Zubrowka easy to drink straight over ice. It works equally well with generic mixers, but it shouldn't be ruined by adding it to something like coke - stick to Stoli for that. The mixer of choice simply has to be - as everyone here has pointed out - pressed apple juice. A better and simpler drink you are unlikely to find, and the only downside is the ease in which you can down the so-called 'Tatankas'. Excellent, excellent and excellent. Here's to Zubrowka becoming as cheap as the rubbish vodka you get lumbered with at the local supermarket.