Vodka Krakus is one of the most traditional and well-known Polish vodkas and owes its name to the founder of Kraków Prince Krakus dating back to 1190. Some documents dated 1534 attribute the controversial paternity of vodka to Poland thanks to its etymology, in fact the word " Woda "in Polish means" water ". The organoleptic difference with Russian vodka is very evident, especially in the roughness of the palate much that in those Polish is less pronounced; especially the Krakus Exclusive Vodka is delicate and round with a nice persistence that makes it pleasant even smooth and icy. The cereals used for its production are first choice and carefully selected and the water used for mixing is extremely pure and crystalline. Krakus has been produced since 1962 by the Polmos company in Wroclaw, which uses almbicchi dating back to 1762.