Luxury Polish vodka doesn’t get any better than buying a bottle of Belvedere Pure Vodka. The brand name on its own represents 600 years of vodka-making traditions, with their distillery being one of the world’s longest operating facilities.
The vodka experts amongst us will know that Belvedere is known all over the globe for its use of a special heritage grain, the Dankowskie Gold Rye, which is known to withstand tough weather and unpredictable soil conditions. Sourced locally, Belvedere pride themselves on this point of difference for depth and complexity. But this isn’t the only thing close to home with this brand. Their water is drawn from a natural well on the distillery grounds and their distillation, done on site, is harnessed by the energy of fire which quadruple distils the spirit. By perfecting these techniques, they’ve been able to branch out to new flavours such as Belvedere Citrus Vodka and Organic Infusions Blackberry & Lemongrass.
Inspired by, you guessed it, the Polish landmark Belweder Palace (pictured on the front), the brand name translates to ‘beautiful to see’ and we couldn’t think of a better way to describe when your eyes meet a bottle of Belvedere vodka.
What ingredients are used in Belvedere Vodka?Belvedere Vodka is made of Dankowski rye and distilled with purified water from the distillery's own artesian well in Poland.
Is Belvedere a luxury vodka?Belvedere is a luxury vodka. It's made with water from artesian wells and winter wheat that's been triple-distilled to produce a smooth, clean taste. Plus, it comes in a really cool bottle! :)