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Polish Cheery Wine
There's much more to Polish drink than just vodka! Historically mead and beer were first. Today all are important with the addition of local specialities like sliwowica (slivovitz). And there's the whole unexplored world of nalewkas!

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Polish Mead

Mead belongs to those Polish specialties which deserve much more attention than they currently get.

It was mead, together with beer, which was the earliest alcoholic drink known in Poland. It was used there as early as in the 10th century and even before. (Indeed, mead was one of the oldest alcoholic drinks in the history of human civilization.)

Polish Mead - "Poltorak" (oneandahalfer)
Polish Mead - "Poltorak" (oneandahalfer)
small bottle

Since wine was never a dominant produce among Polish-made drinks, mead was its local substitute to some extent.
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Tarninowka Tea

 

Sometimes, when we visit new places we want to taste something really unique. When you come to Tarnow (Eastern Malopolska or Lesser Poland region) you definitely must try ‘Tarninowka Tea’ - fruity tea with natural sloe flavor.

This tea is available only in Tarnow and it is made from the highest quality berries of sloe, without any chemical additions.

 

Tarninowka Tea
(courtesy www.it.tarnow.pl)

 

'Tasty and mild' people say, Tarninowka Tea gives you energy for the whole day.

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