We produce and distribute a range of branded spirits, liqueurs, wines, vermouths and bitters.
Offers an excellent flavour created using the highest-quality grains and crystal-clear water combined with extract from ripe, crimson rose hips. The slow production process enables the rose hips to release their characteristic sweetness and give the liquor a natural, pinkish colour.
Presents an exceptionally delicious flavour created using the extract of ripe, juicy sweet plums. During the meticulous production process, the fruit give out their natural aroma and pleasant sweetness, while the liquor acquires a deep, plum-like colour.
Made using a harmonious combination of specially selected grains and crystal-clear water with black elderberry extract. The slow production process releases the distinctive dry flavour and natural colour of black elderberry fruit and delights even the most demanding connoisseurs.
Saska is a unique family of beverages for those who enjoy quality backed by tradition.
They stand for the essence of Polish hospitality and many years of distilling masters’ experience, created to be enjoyed in an unhurried manner.
For years, Polish distilling masters have been perfecting the art of manufacturing exquisite alcohols and they have thus become unmatched in the production of clear vodkas and in creating unique compositions for flavoured vodkas and vodka based-liqueurs, unlike any others. Tradition, experience and patience are the essence of the Saska beverage family, which includes both clear and flavoured varieties.
Saska’s unique flavours have been inspired by tinctures created in Polish aristocratic mansions in the past. Today, modern distilling masters have drawn on the wealth of this tradition, recreating beverages that charm with fruit aromas, hints of oak and the clear taste of Polish vodka.
Saska is also available in a range of full-strength vodkas.
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