Vestal Kaszebe 2010 Vodka

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Discerning Drinkers (2 ratings)

alc./vol: 40%

Proof: 80°

Vintage: Non-vintage

Aged: No age statement

Product of: Product of Poland Poland

Single distilled from young Vineta potatoes harvested at the beginning of July after a long dry spell. Only 2,480 bottles of Vestal Kaszebe 2010 Vodka were produced.

William Borrell, Vestal's owner, trucked 12 tons of Vineta potatoes grown in the sandy soil of a small farm in Kaszebe, Northern Poland to a distillery in Krzesk where they were cleaned, boiled, fermented and distilled to make this vodka.

Review and Tasting

Sampled on 12/09/2011


Crystal clear.


A clean nose with faint baby potato and pollen heavy blossom aromas.


The clean palate has a slightly creamy mouthfeel with faint baked potato and tropical and apple fruit flavours.


Just enough cracked black pepper spirit bite. Mineral notes emerge in the delicate, short, clean finish.

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