Chopin Vodka, which is imported to the United States by Chopin Imports, expanded its line of Polish made vodka with the U.S. debut of Chopin Rye. The vodka, which is named for Polish composer Frederic Chopin, is made from golden rye grown in the Podlasie countryside in eastern Poland. The grain is then placed in a traditional copper still and distilled four times. Chopin Rye is silky with a rich, balanced finish and hint of spice, the company says. The vodka variety has been available in Poland and is available this month in 750-ml. bottles for $31.99 in select U.S. retailers.
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