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Luksusowa (Wódka Luksusowa) is a Polish brand of vodka distilled from potatoes. The fact that it is distilled from potatoes makes it unusual in the contemporary vodka market, which is dominated by grain spirits. Wódka Luksusowa is also available in 50% ethanol version "Luksusowa black". Also in flavored variety Luksusowa lemon etc.
In 2010, W.J. Deutsch & Sons, Ltd. became the exclusive U.S. importer for Luksusowa Vodka, selling and marketing the award-winning potato-based Vodka from Poland to distributors throughout the U.S. market.
Wódka Luksusowa (Polish for Luxury Vodka) is one of the oldest Polish vodkas in continuous production, being first sold in 1928. When Polish territory expanded westwards after World War II, the production of Luksusowa was moved to its current site in Zielona Góra. According to the producer, Luksusowa has approximately 10% share in Poland's vodka market. It comes in different bottles, depending on the country.
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