Sobieski Cherry with a hint of Bourbon
Strength: 32% vol.
Volumes: 100 ml, 200 ml, 500 ml
Sobieski Wiśnia z nutą Bourbona (Sobieski Cherry with a hint of Bourbon). The fame of Sobieski vodka begins with the story of the legendary king and victor of the Battle of Vienna. JOHN III SOBIESKI, who reigned in the 17th century, was the last great ruler of Poland, whose fortitude and determination to win made him a symbolic figure in the history of Poland. Sobieski won a spectacular victory at the Battle of Vienna, which he fought against the Ottoman Empire in 1683. This battle is considered to be one of the most important battles in European history.
For ages the figure of the king Sobieski has been the embodiment of true valiance – a lion heart, courage, steadfastness and the will to win – values that inspired the creation of a true vodka for real men.
Produced from top-quality grains and crystal clear water from Oligocene springs, it is distinguished by its multidimensional and rich taste, and five distillations make it one of the purest and smoothest vodkas in the world.
JOHN III SOBIESKI was the last great king of Poland who reigned in the 17th century for 24 years and is considered a symbolic figure in Polish history. Sobieski won a spectacular victory at the Battle of Vienna, which he fought against the Ottoman Empire in 1683. To this day, the Battle of Vienna is considered to be one of the most important battles in European history.
Today, Sobieski is a symbol of Polish glory and success, and his noble name has become an inspiration for creating a genuine Polish vodka.
Quality and tradition
Sobieski Wiśnia z Nutą Bourbona (Sobieski Cherry with a hint of Bourbon) is a tincture based on a traditional recipe, inspired by the experiences of many generations of distillers, at the oldest vodka factory in Poland located in Łańcut, operating continuously since 1764.
This excellent tincture is made of sun-ripened cherries from Polish orchards. The original composition gives it a unique taste, touched off with a note of fine Bourbon.