Soplica Polish Vodka is a popular dry vodka produced from select rectified spirit.
Imported from Poland, Soplica was first produced in 1891. It still uses the traditional recipe which combines a perfect balance of golden rye and wheat to great effect.
Its precise and sophisticated four stage production process includes 4-column distillation and filtration, through active carbon to create its distinctively smooth and pure taste and its gentle aroma.
Today, Soplica is produced in an award winning, state-of-the-art distillery in Oborniki, Poland. However, it was first produced in 1891 in Gniezno, the original medieval capital of Poland.
Soplica still uses the original recipe which combines a perfect balance of golden grains from Western Poland where soils are rich in minerals and the warmer climate allows the grain to fully ripen before harvest to provide an unmistakeable richness.
Rye is the grain traditionally used for vodka in Poland and Soplica's unique appeal comes from blending this with wheat to create a pleasing softness and mildness.