Product Type: Zubrowka Vodka
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Feel the Bite of Blade (of Bison Grass)
Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka
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Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka
Advantages: A great drink with bite
Disadvantages: Too much can make it feel like Dawn of the Dead the next day
Sometimes you need a Sixth Sense to choose the best drink for Halloween and the cold winter months. With The Fog and freezing winds you need a spirit with a bite like Dracula. Don't Look Now but if youo want a tasty drink to sink your teeth into I have just The Thing for you...Zubrowka Vodka.
This vodka is different as it contains a Blade of bison grass which gives it a hint of spice and also its slight yellow tint. Whether you are a homebody or a Hellraiser you will love this served the traditional way with apple juice which in Poland is known as Tatanka. I first Saw this vodka when staying in a Hostel in Poland and even if I do say so myself I Am Legend for introducing this to my friends. It can be drunk chilled and neat and also mixes well with traditional mixers such as orange juice or cola and is simply lovely with ginger beer which it great as you stand around the bonfire burning your guy or Wicker man. It can be drunk at anytime but I like it as an after work Friday night pick me up when it is Near Dark. It is 40% proof so drink responsibly otherwise the next morning may be Misery and make you feel in The Dead Zone.
Indeed it is so tasty that 28 Days Later you may well find yourself hunting down a new bottle. It would be a Black Christmas without a bottle so don't leave it until Friday 13th to get yours. If the Christmas shopping has left you Braindead before The Descent to the shops remember to put this on your list and put a Ring around it so you don't forget. It is the perfect Re-animator to perk you up and an ideal addition to your drinks cabinet at home or at your Cabin in the Woods. The good news it is you don't have to fly off to Poland to pick up a bottle as many major supermarkets now stock it and the Scanners show it is a very reasonable £19. If you haven't tried it take it for an Audition today.
Overall a great addition to the drinks cabinet and for me it would be a Nightmare ( on Elm Street) to not have a bottle for the Festive season.
Summary: A drink which is less trick amd more treat
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