Liqueur "Bulbash Zubrovaya" Bitter, 500 ml
Reviews of purchase "Bulbash Zubrovaya" Bitter, 500 ml
Tincture of pale golden color.
Tincture has a full, harmonious structure and a strong taste of herbs.
Spicy fragrance contains notes of tincture of grass and undergrowth, dominated by a strong tinge of grass bison.
Tincture is an excellent aperitif, served with fish, meat, snacks, pickles.
Bitters "Bulbash Zubrovaya" is created based on the traditional recipe of the famous "bison" - the favorite drink of Polish kings. In addition to the infusion of bison, softened artesian water and alcohol "luxury" of the tincture includes itself grass Zubrovka, giving the flavor characteristic spicy tinge.
Tincture "Bulbash Zubrovaya" awarded:
- A gold medal in the competition "Best Vodka 2011";
- Title in the category "Prodexpo-Stars" on PRODEXPO, 2010;
- A gold medal at the competition "The International Spirits Challenge, 2009";
- Gold medal at the PRODEXPO, 2009;
- Bronze medal at the PRODEXPO, 2008;
- A gold medal at the "Wine and drinks."
"Bulbash" - well-known Belarusian brand, under the brand name which in 2004 produced vodka, salves and tinctures. Products "Bulbash" is created based on traditional recipes, multiplied by modern production methods. So, specifically for the beverage brand "Bulbash" system was introduced silver filters, which not only removes impurities, but also softens the final product. Experts speak about the brand "Bulbash" as a promising direction, and buyers appreciate the drinks line for natural ingredients, soft and harmonious taste.
Winery "Dionysus", opened in 2003, located in the suburbs of the Belarusian Zaslaul. The production is equipped with modern Italian equipment and raw materials supplied to the plant from Europe and Moldova. The range of the plant has almost a hundred wines, and it includes the brands "Bulbash" and "Good Shklyanka" representing famous Belarusian vodka and liqueurs. Most of the products produced by the plant is exported to Russia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, the Baltic countries, as well as Germany and Israel.