Pure Vodka


Koneser Privileged vodka is a unique product that combines tradition and modernity. It is a vodka with a delicate and mild taste, which is made of the highest quality grain spirit and crystal clear water. Koneser Privileged vodka is filtered through natural charcoal, which gives it purity and clarity. Koneser Privileged vodka is ideal for pure tasting or as a base for exquisite cocktails. Koneser Privileged vodka is, as the name suggests, a vodka for the privileged, for true connoisseurs who appreciate high quality and unique character. The original, specially designed Ellitta bottle adds nobility to the drink and puts it in the group of top-class products.

Pure vodkas

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Bottle capacities
100 ml, 200 ml, 350 ml, 500 ml, 700 ml, 1000 ml

Warsaw Vodka Factory Koneser




Vodka, or rather strong spirit alcohol that resembled it, was probably brought to Poland by Italian or Arab merchants. Initially, although the method of its distillation was mastered in the Polish lands in the 8th century, it was not considered a drink. Until the 16th century, high-proof spirits served in Poland mainly as medicines, or as a base for composing perfumes. Although with the elapse of time these “medicines” gained popularity among peasants and started to be consumed in completely non-healing doses. Poet Sebastian Klonowicz in his poem Roxolania from 1584 wrote about a “fiery drink” created by a criminal in a distillery, a gift of the devil, which Polish peasants drink without moderation, neglecting the role. Interestingly, vodka was not yet vodka at that time. In the Middle Ages, alchemists and monks referred to high-proof alcohol as the water of life (Latin aqua vitae, spirit). In turn, high-proof alcohol distilled from cereals was called gorzałka (from the verb “gorzeć”, meaning to burn). On the other hand, the word “vodka” has been known only since the 15th century, and at that time it simply meant “little water”. It was not until the 16th century that the word vodka began to become popular as a term for medicinal tinctures, and then for an alcoholic beverage.

The Polish nobility had a taste of vodka around the turn of the 16th and 17th centuries, so distilleries began to spring up next to noble manor houses. An important role in the popularization of vodka as a drink was played by a small book published in 1614. Its author was the first to officially announce that vodka, which he called “bread wine”, not only heals, but also tastes great and can be a great complement to traditional banquets. liquors. On the tables of the nobility, next to meads, wines and beers, spirit appeared, already then more and more often called vodka. It was most often driven from rye, and only occasionally from wheat. In some places, they experimented with the production of vodka from apples or plums. The first recipes for “bread wine” were unified thanks to royal regulations, and their composition was strictly refined. On the tables of the nobility, flavored and flavored vodkas dominated, enriched with various additives, often exotic for those times, e.g. ginger, cloves, nutmeg or sandalwood leaves, and even such sublime ingredients as rosolis based on cilia of sundew leaves or so-called amber is a secretion from the digestive system of whales. In the selection of additives, not only their taste qualities were important, but also their aroma properties. The technique of filtration and purification of liquors was not yet used at that time, so the old vodka, to put it mildly, did not smell nice. When the Polish nobility began to drink vodka for pleasure, wanting to monopolize the income from vodka, they sought propination, i.e. exclusivity for production and sale.

Good booze from noble distilleries was for a long time an expensive drink, and thus available mainly to wealthy people. Among the peasantry, who drank rather vile booze, made of whatever they could, vodka became more common only when it was made from potatoes. But that’s a completely different story…

Onufry Zagłoba in a painting by Franciszek Kostrzewski.

Create your own bottle – personalization and engraving

When buying products of the Warsaw Wytwórnia Wódek Koneser, you have the option of making an engraving or drawing on the bottle. The engraving can be your company’s logo, dedication, occasional wishes, e.g. wedding, graphic motif or any advertising text and personal dedication – we are only limited by the imagination of our clients. By placing the company logo on the bottle, we can build business relationships, strengthen brand awareness or simply make a nice gift to colleagues or partners. On the other hand, giving someone close to you a bottle of good Koneser alcohol with a nice dedication and an original drawing engraved on the bottle will give the recipient pleasure, and may mean something more…

We engrave on flat bottles such as: Koneser De Luxe, Winiak Klubowy, Winiak Klubowy Black, Proximus and many other bottles of our pure, flavored and quality vodkas and liqueurs with a capacity of 90 ml to 1000 ml. The expected waiting time for the engraving does not exceed 14 days, but in urgent cases it is also possible to order by express. We encourage you to take advantage of the offer and create your own bottle of your favorite drink from Koneser’s offer.


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