750 ml | 40% Alc by Vol | 80 Proof
Krupnik was created in 1593 Benedictine monks housed in the
Radvilos manor in Nesvyžius. For a long time, the liqueur was popular
only in Lithuania, but in the 19th century, its popularity began to
spread in Poland and later in other parts of the world.
Many new recipes for Krupnik were developed at the end of the 19th
century. All of them are characterized by a large amount of honey and a specific method of production: a herbal infusion is made from strong
vodka, then mixed with harvested and maturated honey.