Why isn’t this Polish top-shelf vodka brand more successful on foreign markets?
Who was Otto Winkelhausen, and what would he think of this vodka?
Why doesn’t this vodka taste any colder, and what’s up with the cap?
Can this herbal vodka be considered a vodka at all, and should anyone drink it neat?
What does oak wood taste like, and if we put it in a bottle of vodka, will it be any good?
Should this orange-flavored vodka be consumed neat, or is it meant for mixed drinks?
If there is there a way to make 100 proof vodka taste good, can Belvedere find it?
Is this the Holy Grail of bison grass infused vodkas, and has its taste really changed?
Does putting a wheat ear into a bottle make it an infusion, and is this even a real Polish brand?
Is there anything you can mix this with in order to make it appealing to the tastebuds?
Tried something new the other day: Starka – Polish vodka that has apparently aged 10 years in an oak barrel. Kind of looked like…
Why are Polish vodka brands generally so good, and why had I never heard of this one before?
Why is a Polish vodka that Polish people don’t drink so popular in Germany, and what’s with the straw in the bottle?
Is this just some liquor in a pretty bottle or is it really one of the best vodka brands around?