|Manufacturer||Distillery Sobieski S.A.|
|Country of origin||Poland|
|Alcohol by volume||40%|
|Related products||List of vodkas|
Sobieski is a Polish brand of vodka produced from rye (cultivar Dankowski). It is named after John III Sobieski, a 17th-century Polish king and military leader. Vodka Sobieski had been distilled since 1864. It comes in different flavours, such as: Original (labeled red), Peach, Mandarin, Vanilla, Melon. The Original is of 40% abv.
In the autumn of 2007, Sobieski was ranked as #1 vodka by the Beverage Tasting Institute, based on a blind tasting of 108 different vodkas. In 2012, Sobieski was the sixteenth most popular vodka in the world, by sales.
In November 2015, Sobieski Orange, Sobieski Raspberry and Sobieski Vanilla Vodkas were awarded Gold medals by The Fifty Best, based on a blind tasting of the flavored vodkas in five separate categories, and rating them individually on a 1-5 point scoring system with 5 being the best.
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