Made From: Rye Grain Neutral Spirits
Produced By: POLMOS
Origin: Poland
Proof: 80
Age: 0
Location: New York, N.Y.

Wyborowa is produced from rye grain, using a double-step distillation process. The rye is sent to small privately owned agricultural distilleries, where the rye is mashed and distilled once to produce “raw spirit”. When the rye arrives at the agricultural distillery, it is ground and then cooked within a large vessel using heated water from the distillery’s own source. The mixture is treated with enzymes that facilitate the hydrolysis of starch to glucose. Afterwards, it undergoes fermentation in stainless steel tanks. Once the fermentation has been completed, the resulting liquid is known as the ‘wash’ and has an alcoholic strength of between 7% and 11% ABV The wash is distilled in a copper column still, yielding a spirit around 90% ABV. It takes 3 kg of rye to produce one litre of spirit. This “raw spirit” is then transferred to the rectification plant for further purificationIn celebration of National Vodka Day on Saturday, October 4th, Andrzej Szumowski, President of the Polish Vodka Association, will introduce the pride of Poland to the U.S. with the launch of Wyborowa Wodka in collaboration with The Wyborowa Company, part of the Pernod Ricard Group and Crillon Importers Ltd.

Wybo, the #1 Polish vodka in Poland*, is produced with pure rye grain exclusively from Poland, earning the highly esteemed Polish Vodka Seal. Committed to using only the highest quality ingredients, the Polish Vodka Seal is awarded to vodka that is produced with Polish potato or traditional grains including rye and wheat, creating the purest form of vodka and excellent taste.

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