Grasovka gains its name from the grass that grows in the Bialowiezsa national park between Poland and Belarus, on which Europe's last wild bison graze. The grass is harvested at the peak of its aroma and used in the vodka production process. The vodka is forced through a bed of dried grass several times until it acquires an aromatic essence. Each bottle of Grasovka contains a blade of dried grass.
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