Product of: Poland
Often wrongly categorised as a flavoured vodka, Krupnik (pronounced 'krrup-nick') is actually a liqueur and is defined as such on the label. Thought to have originated in the 16th century, the honey used in the production of Krupnik is taken from wild bees in forest areas.
Review and Tasting
Sampled on 17/01/2020
Clear, light golden amber.
Pungent honey with brown sugar, cinnamon, white pepper and light clove.
Rich, syrupy dark manuka honey with light cinnamon, nutmeg and clove spice. Hints of cocoa.
Manuka honey and light spice – cinnamon, black pepper, clove and nutmeg spice.
With its complex spice, this honey liqueur is best appreciated served neat, preferably slightly warmed on a cold day.