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Polugar Classic Rye Spirits, 70 cl
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- Aroma of home-baked goods, rye crust, rye bread, dill, caraway and pickling spices; thick malt tone; buckwheat honey; freshness of bread, grains, fresh grasses, wildflowers; and dizzying, barely perceptible sweetness.
- Polugar is the true legendary Russian bread wine brought back to life using the traditional technologies and recipes from the 18th and 19th centuries.
- This noble classical drink perfectly matches the finest dishes and is perfect as a digestive.
- Classic Rye Polugar is produced using select coarse-milled rye and natural water that didn't undergo the chemical purification cycle. It is triple distilled in copper pot stills reconstructed using the 18th century drawings and treated with birch coal and fresh egg white (the authentic Russian way of making the noble breadwine).
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Polugar is the historic vodka from the Russian Empire, enjoyed throughout Russia by the aristocracy and peasants alike as the national spirit until 1895 when, following a decree of Czar Alexander III, all the pot stills were broken up. All production was converted to what we know today as vodka, distilled in government licensed and taxed column stills.The art of Polugar distillation has returned, thanks to the research and passion of Boris Rodionov, a noted Russian vodka historian and scientist who has reproduced an 18th century recipe at the authentic strength of 38.5%. As the ban remains in place in Russia, it is now crafted in a micro-distillery in Poland, within the 19th century borders of the Russian Empire.