Evolution Vodka, an exceptional mix of tradition, state of the art technology, passion and innovation is produced in Poland from the best selection of rye cereal grains that grow on the Polish and Russian arable plains. These unique ingredients and clean, clear water of unsurpassed purity are combined in the production of this top-quality spirit. The multiple distillation and filtration process is carefully managed to guarantee the excellence and well-rounded characteristics of the finished product.

The fine quality of Evolution vodka is internationally recognized; over recent years, it has won a number of prestigious global awards for quality and packaging. Evolution is a premium drink with crisp and clean notes and a creamy taste, leaving a fresh and pleasant aftertaste. A vodka with great personality, it can be drunk neat (alone), on the rocks (with cubes of ice) or with a mixer such as tonic or coke. It is also ideal as a spirit base for mixing various cocktails – Vodka Martini, Bloody Mary, Black Russian and many more.


Evolution Bison Grass vodka, the product of a Polish tradition dating back to the fourteenth century, is made from wheat and potato. Its aroma and distinctive taste come from delicious bison grass, also known as żubrówka or hierochloe odorata, which typically grows throughout forests with bison along the border of eastern Poland and Belarus. Many people have faith in this herb’s exceptional medicinal properties. This makes Bison Grass a unique product, requiring very precise production processing parameters and supervision by specialists.

Distillation is repeated five times and filtering four, to give the spirit a crisp, clean texture of exceptional quality. It is presented in a bottle containing an extract of bison grass and is a premium drink with a pleasant aroma and fresh notes, leaving a clean aftertaste. A vodka with great character, Bison Grass can be drunk chilled or used as a basis for cocktails. It is internationally recognized and has won awards on the world stage over recent years, including the 2007 prize for best-flavoured vodka.