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Polugar No 3 Caraway 750ml
Sku: 2039742
This small batch numbered series is carefully crafted using select Russian rye and wheat grains. Only natural raw products are distilled to obtain the pure essence of each flavor. The spirit ...more
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Country: Russia
Type: Vodka and Liqueur
Style: Other
Reg. $57.99
On Sale $50.29
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Produced following the classic recipe of 19th century Russian highborn vodkas. Polugar ?3 Caraway is based on Polugar Classic Rye with caraway and coriander added before the third distillation, with a delectable taste reminiscent of classic Borodinsky bread. Borodinsky bread is a dark brown, sourdough rye bread of Russian origin, traditionally sweetened with molasses and flavored with coriander and caraway seeds. Nose: Rich bouquet of Borodinsky bread, spicy and dense. Dry grass, abundant caraway, coriander, dried dill, dried spices, wild flowers, cut grass, prune notes, mulberry echoes, acacia, black pepper, dough, hint of citrus peel. Palate: Refreshing, open, soft, complex, balanced, gourmet, embracing, balanced, bright, slightly sweet and elegant. Finish: Slightly sweet, notes of dill and coriander as well as citrus, showing dark bread crust, rye notes above a predominantly caraway background.
Ultimate Beverage Challenge 92 points - Fresh cracked caraway seed aroma upon entry followed by sweet, mellow flavors of hearty rye sourdough bread and a spicy rye bite. Breathe fresh life into your Bloody Mary with this one. (Apr 2016)

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This small batch numbered series is carefully crafted using select Russian rye and wheat grains. Only natural raw products are distilled to obtain the pure essence of each flavor. The spirit is triple-distilled in copper pot stills manufactured from 18th and 19th century diagrams. The precious distillate undergoes further refining using natural birch charcoal
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Polugar is a more ancient type of spirit. It is quite different from modern vodka, rather more akin to legendary Russian bread wine, the noble father of vodka. It is said that the first Moscow tavern allowed to serve distilled liquor in Russia was exclusively reserved for the oprichniki, Ivan the Terrible’s secret police. Throughout Russian history, vodka was similar to whiskey; the smell and flavor reminiscent of freshly baked bread, heavily exhibiting the grains used to make it, and was known as bread wine. In 1895 Tsar Alexander III decreed to have all pot stills in Russia broken down. Subsequently, distillation processes were restricted to government licensed and taxed column stills, establishing the method for producing the crystalline, less nuanced spirit that we now know as vodka today. The Rodionov family spearheaded a movement to restore the traditional grain spirits enjoyed during the golden age of Russia. Boris Rodionov, a renowned academic and vodka historian, discovered the original recipe for the national bread wine spirit. With legislation forbidding the Polugar style of grain distillation in Russia, the Rodionov family restored an old distillery tucked away in a forest in Poland to reestablish the glory of the legendary spirit. Each Polugar selection is produced in accordance with an authentic recipe from the 18th century, using carefully selected grains and naturally pure water.

Food pairing
Perfect with sauerkraut, lightly salted spiced fish, salmon with herbs, pickled herring, and is a good accompaniment to duck and dark buttered bread. Enjoy with a cigar misted in port wine. Excellent as an aperitif or after a meal. Chill slightly before serving. Recommended as base spirit in Mojitos.

1/2Rodionov & Sons» made the comeback of Russain grain distillates in 2010, using old recipes and techniques found in historical records and ancient books . Original Russian grain distillates are significant foundation part of the entire historical world of Russian cuisine and gastronomic culture, but to date they have been undeservedly forgotten and not available to experts and consumers. Long and laborious investigations of Boris Rodionov, his deep theoretical knowledge and unique practical experience give today the opportunity to produce the limited series of delicious distillate on a rye base, forming totally new category of alcoholic beverages, which is completely absent in the Russian market. 1/2Rodionov & Sons» continues working on the revival of the Russian distilling and re-creating the legendary Russian breadwine Polugar and other traditional distillates, the production of which was discontinued in the Russian Empire after the introduction of the monopoly in 1895. 1/2Rodionov & Sons» reconstructs former glory of Russian alcohol that has no analogues in the world of exquisite and sophisticated alcoholic drinks of rye and rye malt, with a unique flavor, taste and aroma, with a unique traditional Russian system of clearing by natural coagulants. 1/2Rodionov & Sons» made it possible for the first time in the last 115 years, for thousands of Russian fans of strong liquor to get the opportunity to taste the forgotten, but existed in the XVI century and until 1895 the noble Russian grain spirits.

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