A small batch Polish vodka made with three different grains, spelt (the happy grain), rye (the dancing grain) and wheat (the smiling grain). It is filtered through silver birch charcoal resulting in a complex and very well balanced spirit. It is named for Konik, which is a primitive Polish horse, and legend has it that just a glimpse of this mysterious beast is enough to ensure a good harvest for the grains used. We’ll be on the lookout.
Creamy vanilla, with rye spiciness appearing alongside black pepper and a burnt note, lingering butterscotch sweetness, raspberry and a pinch of spice.