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Review: Sobieski Vodka

Posted by Arctic Wolf on March 4, 2018

Sobieski Vodka is (according to their website) the number 1 selling premium vodka in Poland. It is a true Polish Vodka distilled on a multi-column still from 100% Dankowski rye which was harvested in the low-lying Mazovia (Masowse) region of Poland. The spirit was named ‘Sobieski’ to pay homage to King Jan III Sobieski (1629 – 1696) who is generally regarded as the last great King of Poland and whose spirit of indomitable will, remains even today as an integral aspect of the Poland’s national character.

Rather than sampling this spirit in isolation, I tasted the vodka, side by side with two others, Crystal Skull Vodka and Crystal Skull Aurora. All three Vodkas were chilled on my back deck for several hours (it was a very cold minus 18 degrees Celsius outside), and when I brought them in my thermometer indicated they had chilled to just above the freezing point of water (1 degree Celsius).

Here is a link to my review of the third vodka in the tasting flights:

Review: Sobieski Vodka

” … The aroma was clean to the point that I could find no aroma in my glass. As I sipped for the first time, the spirit brought forward a clean grain-like spiciness and wisps of a sweet lemony citrus in the glass …”

Please enjoy the review which includes a nice cocktail recommendation, the Yellow Bird of Sunshine.

Chimo!

 

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