Sobieski’s main mission is making good, honest vodka. That means using the best ingredients and a distilling process that are beyond reproach. Its focus on keeping it real makes it hard to let certain misconceptions about vodka go unchallenged. That’s why Sobieski is setting the record straight and sharing these hard truths about vodka.
- Not All Vodka Is Russian
Great vodka comes from around the world, not just Russia. Sobieski, the pride of Poland, is one example of amazing non-Russian vodka. It’s made from 100 percent, rye, giving Sobieski a fresh, citrusy and nutty taste that’s different to vodkas made from wheat or a blend of grains.
- Putting Vodka Through a Water Filter Doesn’t Make It Better
There’s no shortcut for making great vodka. Putting cheap vodka through a water filter won’t change the fact that it wasn’t made with the best ingredients. Here’s a foolproof way to improve the vodka you’re drinking: Buy better vodka.
- All Vodkas Aren’t Made the Same
Every vodka is different, and it’s not just quality that distinguishes vodkas. The spirit can be made with rye, potato, wheat, grapes and more, and each of these ingredients gives vodka a unique profile. For instance, rye vodka comes with a fresh and lemony aroma, citrusy and nutty flavor and clean, smooth finish. Sobieski is probably the best example of this, since it’s made with 100 percent pure rye.