Wodka the Potocki Way Made in Poland Discover True Spirit
       
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In Poland, as elsewhere in the east of Europe, vodka is served in small goblets, either metal, glass or crystal ones. In Poland, as elsewhere in the east of Europe, vodka is served in small glass or metal shots. It is meant to be drunk pure, accompanying a meal, to be shared and enjoyed with friends and guests, often not before a toast is proposed.

We advise to serve Potocki Wódka chilled, not frozen, as too low a temperature would neutralise its distinctive flavour. In fact Potocki Wódka is best served in an ice bucket, very much like champagne, and will elegantly sit on any dinner table.

The dry martini cocktail is an anglo-saxon creation and a fantastic way to enjoy Potocki Wódka, as it keeps its character and texture in focus. In the classic version, the vodka is flavoured with a few drops of vermouth, then shaken or stirred with ice, and served with a garnish, olive or twist. Places like the Dukes in London serve the vodka pure from a chilled bottle, to preserve the full strength of the spirit.

 
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