Krupnikas is a sweet alcoholic drink that is popular in Lithuania as well as Poland, where it is known as "Krupnik". Legend has it in the 1500's, Benedictine monks created Krupnikas with honey and warm spices, that quickly became the drink of choice in the Polish and Lithuanian communities. Though the Soviets shut down production for many years, krupnikas lived on through closely guarded family recipes, which have been passed down though the generations. At this time, Kas Spirits is the only New York producer of Krupnikas. It is hand-crafted with New York honey and spices such as vanilla, cinnamon, cardamom, caraway seeds, cloves, and saffron.
Product of New York
Alcohol by Volume: 40%