Pure Vodka


Targowa (Old Market Vodka) is already a recognized brand on the Polish market of traditional, strong, Polish spirits. Addressed primarily to lovers of inexpensive, but high-quality, traditional vodkas with a soul. The soul of the interwar Warsaw, or more precisely Prague, tradition of the area around Targowa Street, where the heart of Koneser was beating. Targowa is a worthy continuator of this tradition, its name and label design refer to it. This vodka smells of urban folklore and the atmosphere of the old Praga district in Warsaw. Targowa is made from rye and wheat, distilled and filtered. Targowa vodka has a bright, clean color, it is slightly oily, but at the same time very clear. It has a very pleasant, mild, and at the same time slightly extravagant fragrance with a noticeable hint of grain. The taste is delicate, slightly sweet and not too spicy. It has an alcohol content of 40% and goes well with ice, juices or sodas. An offer for people who are looking for high-quality vodka at an affordable price.

Pure vodkas

Alcohol content

Bottle capacities
100 ml, 200 ml, 500 ml

Warsaw Vodka Factory Koneser



The art of toasting

I remember from my childhood the obligatory toast that my father made during various social occasions. He held up a glass of pure. He didn’t really drink anything else. Then he spoke in a reverent tone: – For the Soviet fleet. Here he made an effective pause. There was consternation at the table, because the guests did not love the Soviet fleet. After a short while, my father finished his toast: – To the Soviet fleet. Down! Then a burst of laughter at the table was certain, for the guests had no trouble understanding the joke. It is interesting that today Ukrainians raise an almost identical toast to the Black Sea Fleet. My father’s other “signature” toast was his own variation on one of the most hackneyed toasts of all time. – Health beautiful ladies! Dad began, then added casually after a short pause: “And my wife!” Mom just rolled her eyes skyward. Historians of the custom are not sure who, when and on what occasion made the first toast. It is only known that in early antiquity raising toasts to the gods was an element of feasts. Greeks and Romans also raised wine cups in honor of their ancestors and rulers, pouring some of the drink on the ground. This was also done by other peoples, such as the Vikings, for whom the toast was both an element of the feast and belonged to the sacred sphere. Scientists have long overthrown the myths that a toast would one day be a deterrent to the risk of drinking poison, because according to the etiquette in some countries, the drink was poured while toasting from cup to cup, or, as in the case of the Vikings, from corner to corner.

In Poland, the toast became an inseparable element of Old Polish feasts only in the 15th century. Magnates or nobles drank liquors for some intention, either from the same cup passed from hand to hand or from separate ones at the same time. It was customary that after a toast to the king or the prosperity of the homeland, the cup was tipped so that the alcohol would pour into the dish of the dinner partner – not, however, for fear of poisoning, but from the desire to unite with good intentions. The well-known custom of clinking glasses comes from France, where it is also alive to this day. In the sphere of the art of toasting, there are slightly different rules and traditions in different countries. In Italy, a toast is raising a glass to someone’s health while standing, with a very delicate and quiet clinking of glasses or just raising the hand with the dish up. In China, toasts are accompanied by very long speeches. There is only one rule – when raising a glass, you can’t raise it higher than the oldest drinker, so as not to show her disrespect! Hungarians raise toasts like Poles, but you can’t clink mugs or goblets with them. In Israel, toasts, which are usually small literary works, are raised only on the occasion of major holidays. The Danes have a habit of always looking the toaster straight in the eye. Each country has a slightly different toast savoir vivre, but toasts are raised almost everywhere in the world. The art of making occasional toasts is quite a challenge for anyone who wants to shine in the company. It’s not enough just to raise a glass and say a few kind words. You also need to be able to amuse guests, surprise with originality or move them. And preferably all at once. Here are some tips on how to do that.


  • Know your audience. Avoid witty sayings that may be inappropriate or offensive to those present at the party. Unless you want to spoil someone’s mood or cause a scandal.
  • Know your occasion. Don’t say anything that might downplay or downplay the importance of the event you’re celebrating. You don’t want to offend your hosts or birthday guests.
  • Know your limits. Don’t make lofty toasts when you’ve drunk so much that you may not be able to speak clearly or forget what you meant to say.
  • Know your sources. Do not raise the same toast several times in the same evening, and avoid making the same toast in the same company. And certainly do not repeat the toast you heard from someone in their presence.
  • Know your form. Don’t talk too long, you can be short when you raise the customary toast: To love!
  • Know your content. Don’t say anything unrelated to the occasion or the people you’re toasting to. You don’t want to come across as self-centered or ignorant. Also, don’t say anything that is obvious or trivial. You don’t want to be seen as boring or stupid.
  • Know your intention. Don’t say anything intended to offend, criticize or make fun of someone. Say only what is intended to praise, thank or congratulate someone. Unless you have a hidden agenda…

If you keep these seven rules in mind, you’re sure to make a toast that’s fun, relevant, and elegant.

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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