Luksusowa Potato Vodka (750ml)

  • Spirit Type

    Vodka Learn More

  • Spirit Category

    Potato Vodka

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  • Tasting Notes


  • Cocktail

    Banker’s Lunch

  • Glassware

    Double Rocks

  • ABV


Derived from the Polish word for “luxury”, Luksusowa has been in operation since 1928, making it one of Poland’s oldest vodkas. Now owned by French-based Pernod Ricard, Luksusowa accounts for 10% of the Polish Vodka market. 

Tasting Notes

From the distillery: A neutral nose with a medium to full and slightly earthy palate. The finish is crisp with moderate bitterness.


Meant to be colourless, odourless and neutral Vodka can be made from many different base ingredients, but traditionally cereal grains or potatoes are used. Fermentation takes place (water+yeast+base ingredient) which creates the base alcoholic liquid The base liquid is then distilled into a “purer” spirit. Depending on the distillery’s preference, this process can be repeated again and again. After distillation the spirit is filtered through (typically) charcoal, removing any leftover impurities, leaving you with a clean product. This remaining product is high in alcohol and water is then added to bring the vodka down to a desired ABV, usually 40%.

Distilled from Polish potatoes that creates a smoother texture and richer tasting vodka. With less aromatics than a grain distilled vodka it remains clean, pure and simple, as vodka traditionally should be. 100% Gluten free.

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  1. 4

    Potato vodka is very smooth. The best vodka for the price!

  2. 5

    Potato vodka is gluten free and is great for people who are sensitive to grains, especially barley.
    Also is superior in taste!

  3. 5

    This vodka tastes great- very smooth. It is the answer to those with gluten and grain sensitivity, esp barley.

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