There are no secrets and no additives in the creation of Chopin Potato. Each bottle contains only potatoes, yeast and purified artesian well water. These three ingredients – simple but superior in quality – are transformed into premium vodka through a method that has changed little over the centuries, including the use of a traditional copper column still.
Approximately 55 tons (or 50 metric tons) of potatoes are processed each day at the historic Chopin distillery. As many as 40 potatoes (seven pounds/three kilograms) are required to make one 750ml bottle of vodka. Cleaned and left unpeeled, the potatoes are pressure-cooked to create a “mash,” which is fermented for three days. The fermented mash is distilled four times, creating a spirit that is almost 100% alcohol. This spirit is then transported to Chopin’s bottling plant in nearby Siedlce, where it is blended with artesian well water and filtered five times before its final destination – the iconic, frosted bottle that bears the profile of the brand’s inspiration, Polish composer Frederic Chopin, and the signature of master distiller Waldemar Durakiewicz.
40% Abv- 80 Proof
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