Zoladkowa Gorzka Traditional Vodka Liqueur - Polish Herbal Liqueur Made with Select Blend of Herbs and Spices - 34% ABV, 50cl
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The problem was that it was too sweet, especially in the aftertaste. In fact the aftertaste was so peculiar that it reminded me of some sort of herbal medicine. I didn’t like it very much.
And while I think clove is often needed, I like it in very small doses, so you may choose to give it more prominence than I do. If you’re looking for a use other than sipping a chilled shot of Żołądkowa Gorzka after dinner, I have a few ideas for you. The brand has enjoyed popularity among consumers and has been introduced to international markets. In addition to Poland, Żołądkowa Gorzka is available in the USA, Australia, United Kingdom, Canada, Germany and Spain. In 2012, the Czysta de Luxe variant was the ninth-most popular vodka in the world, by sales.  This is the greatest vodka we’ve ever had. We bought it in Poland years ago and haven’t been able to find it in the US until now. So happy to have found a place that delivers!!This particular flavored vodka has the added benefit of being good for the health. Or at least that’s what everyone I’ve talked to in Poland believes. It is accepted as fact.
It charms with its beautiful, amber colour, spicy aroma and complex flavour which, contrary to what the name may suggest, is surprisingly sweet with just a hint of bitterness and an original herbal note.We’ve had some flavored vodka brands on here before. Georgievskaya Birch, Kalinovaya, or Nemiroff Honey Pepper come to mind. They were infused, meaning that a plant is immersed in the vodka for a while, until the alcohol can absorb the plant’s taste. This can influence the taste quite drastically, and it can even alter the color. But the texture of the liquid rarely changes as a result of the infusion. Very tasty flavored digestive Vodka. Reminds me of home, something I drink with my elderly mom during my visits in Europe– it's the only alcohol she drinks! And it does not give me headaches. A martini of equal parts Żołądkowa Gorzka and orange juice, finish with a dash of ground cinnamon and a squeeze of lime The Żołądkowa Gorzka brand is now used also for other types of vodka, loosely or not associated with the traditional product, in flavour variations: In 2011, alcohol by volume content was reduced from 40% to 38%, and in 2013 was further reduced to 36%.
In 2009, Polmos changed the bottle design for a more modern one that is still inspired by the original and traditional bottle. [ citation needed] Gorzka vodka is from Poland, and I guess you could write it as Zoladkowa Gorzka as well. The thing about it is this: it’s not just vodka – it’s herbal vodka. It’s been heavily infused with different herbs, and it tastes more like a liqueur or even a bitter. The bottle looked alright, and the price was excellent: I got this for around 10€/700ml. how to mix this Barley Barley wine Corn Mageu Pozol Tejuino Tesgüino Millet Oshikundu Tongba Rice Agkud Amazake Apo Beopju Brem Choujiu Chuak Dansul Gwaha-ju Hariya Makgeolli Mijiu Mirin Pangasi Rice wine Rượu cần Sake Sato Shaoxing wine Sonti Tapai Tapuy Rye Kvass Sorghum Pendhā Multiple grains Ale Ara Beer Boza Huangjiu An intriguing combination of invigorating spicy bitterness and soothing sweet caramel in a clear, amber beverage. It’s unbeatable aroma and lightly spicy-sweet taste comes from the age-old practice of infusing herbs in alcohol and has long confirmed it as Poland’s favourite flavoured-vodka.I doing think Żołądkowa Gorzka vodka is meant to be consumed neat and at room temperature. It’s too sweet for that.