Polish Vodka brands
According to the label on the bottle, Polish nobility “seasoned” vodka with bison grass as early as the 14th century, this was likely a precursor to Żubrówka.
Żubrówka has been manufactured in the region of the contemporary Polish-Belarusian border since the 16th century, and by 18th century was one of the favorite raw drinks of nobility and peasantry alike.
Like most vodkas, Żubrówka is usually served chilled on its own.
A very popular alternative is mixing it with Apple juice, A drink known in Polish as Tatanka.