In Poland, Bison Grass vodka and apple juice are a classic combo, here also with an additional splash of Polish honey liqueur. Adjust the quantity of
A fantastic combination of adult flavours in a long, thirst-quenching drink. Also great served straight-up.
Cachaça, Bison Grass vodka and manzanilla sherry combine harmoniously and are freshened with mint and lime in this refreshing cocktail.
Autumnal in colour with a wonderful meld of complementary flavours.
The reds are turned a shade near pink in this aromatic sipper.
Cucumber has never tasted so good.
Dry but not bone dry with aromatic hints of grass and elderflower.
This orchard-fresh concoction was originally made with Korte Palinka (Hungarian pear schnapps).
Sweet 'n' sour, fruity, minty and fresh.
Pear fruitiness with suitably Martini boozy aromatic vodka.
Grassy honey with spicy, slightly tannic, camomile finish.
It's common to pair Scotch and Zubrówka with apple, but combining all three together with wine and honey really works.
This apple delight combines apple brandy, Bison Grass vodka, cider (ideally Devonshire English cider) with a smoky whiff of Islay whisky.
A 'sod' is a piece of turf. Here 'sodden' refers to the Bison grass, the flavour of which combines well with the grapes and icewine.
The taste of this excellent drink (which is equally good served straight-up) is a little reminiscent of Earl Grey tea.
Orange, honey, apple and spice laced with Polish Bison grass vodka.
A Bamboo meets a Vodka Martini in this boozy, vodka-laced aromatic aperitif cocktail, so named due to this cocktail packing a trio of fortified wines.
The grassy notes of Zubrówka and delicate cinnamon shine through in this well-balanced and well-integrated delicately spicy vintage cocktail.
Bittersweet with fragrant bison grass vodka and fruity Maraschino cherry flavours supported by bitter gentian, rich elderflower and lime juice.
If you like French Martinis you'll love this semi-sweet Tatanka.
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