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Thus Somerset Maughn described Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka in Razor’s Edge. These are but a few of the ways that vodka enthusiasts, spirits afficionados, writers and leading bartenders describe Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka.<br /><br /> The roots of the Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka story reach to the Białowieża Forest, located in the remote and mysterious land of north east Poland.<br /><br /> This pristine land is home to the largest European bison herd. The Bison is undoubtedly the emperor of the Białowieża Forest.<br /> This noble creature embodies contradictory features. It is powerful, but sensitive, majestic but skittish. It is strong yet endangered. The Bison has always been protected in Poland. From the tenth century the Bison could only be hunted by the king and ruling princes. All other people faced the death penalty for the killing of a Bison. The earliest legal written reference dates back to 1538. The document issued by the King Sigismund the Old instituted the death penalty for poaching bison.<br /> Currently only 400 bison live in Poland’s Białowieża Forest.<br /> An addition of bison grass extract gives the vodka a characteristic pale olive color, unique herbaceous undercurrents and sublime taste.<br /> After several days of maturation and then filtration, the vodka is bottled and decorated by hand with a blade of bison grass, the symbol of authenticity and natural origin of Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka . The characteristic and exceptional flavor, the traditional recipe, the expertise and craftsmanship, the unpolluted region of north-east of Poland, called “the green lungs of the country” together make Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka so special.<br /><br /> Only Polmos Bialystok SA is authorized in Poland to produce Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka. It is located 200 km from Warsaw, in the North Podlasie Lowland region, near the Bia∏owie˝a Forest.<br /><br /> – In April 2003 as part of the EU accession negotiations, vodka made with bison grass from the Białowieża Forest can only be produced in Poland with ingredients obtained from within the country.<br /> – The treaty added geographical designations to various spirits including Bison Grass Vodka which is defined as an “herbal vodka from the North Podlasie Lowland aromatized with an extract of bison grass.” The European Union Treaty of Accession – chapter 13 Agriculture. Zubrowka is vodka with grass to prepare delacious drinks with natural flavour. Zubrowka is premium brand. The original grass came from Białowieża Forest.