Unlike many brands, Sobieski doesn't really have a gimmick. It's not made from any unusual base ingredient; it's distilled from rye. It doesn't claim any particular number of distillations; it goes through a continuous still until it's ready. It doesn't use any luxurious, proprietary filtration process. And the bottle, as far as we know, wasn't created by a famous architect, jewelry designer, or artist.
Released by the same company responsible for Belvedere Vodka, Sobieski ignores all of these vodka trends. Sobieski is, plain and simple, an inexpensive vodka that actually tastes good. Try it once, and you'll have a new favorite.
|Sobieski Vodka has an exceptional story that doesnít need gimmicks. It begins in Polandís rich Mazowse fields where the golden Dankowski Rye is harvested. This grain has been recognized for centuries for its distinctive character. Crystalline water from Oligocene springs contributes to the silky finish of this noble spirit. It is then continuously distilled, creating one of the purest and smoothest vodkas in the world.
Sobieski represents a careful blend of authenticity and modernity that enables us to meet the strict requirements of the Polish Product Origin Control System. In other words, making vodka in Poland, of Poland, is whatís required to call Sobieski true Polish Vodka. Or as youíd say it in Gdansk, Wůdka Polska.