"For centuries in eastern Poland, massive buffalo have roamed the lush and fertile fields that are full of rich flowers and 'Zubrowka' or 'Bison Grass,' an herb steeped in intrigue, mystique and romanticism. High society would celebrate hunting successes with a special vodka flavored with 'Bison Grass,' in belief this would yield grand power, increase stature and youthfulness which centuries later had been banned from American shores. Until now!
"Distillers and chemists have been able to extract the essence from the 'Bison Grass,' allowing vodka enthusiasts and cocktail aficionados to be captivated with this new aromatic vodka with a burst of freshness, bouquet of flavor on the pallet and silky smooth finish. Bak's Bison Grass Vodka is the perfect celebratory spirit for the young stylish professional as well as the vodka connoisseur who's looking to be enticed by authentic vodka. This revolutionary product is not your typical flavored vodka, rather a vodka rich in flavor." —producer
"Clear and brilliant, silver shaded with a great body. Highlighted fruit aromas like pineapple, grapefruit and lemon. Vivid cooked agave notes with an overtone of vanilla and caramel Herbal thyme notes with a sweet savour from the cooked agave. Great aftertaste permanence." —producer
"Barenjager is the original honey liqueur with roots dating back to the 15th century. Made with generous amounts of pure real honey and no artificial flavoring. Each 750ml bottle contains 225 grams of natural honey! Enjoy Barenjager straight, over ice or in a variety of cocktails either hot and cold. Barenjager is also an ideal substitute for honey or sweeteners in culinary recipes." —producer
"Many years ago a gifted bartender in the area of San Francisco was impressed by the taste of Ginger Liqueur. It brought back images of his adventures in the Pacific Rim. He decided to make a cocktail with it. After years of experimentation he arrived at a combination of Imported Ginger Liqueur, vodka, ginseng and real dairy cream blended with the finest chocolate. He was so happy he called it Hot Sex!" —producer