The Polish distilling industry was destroyed.

The art of cultural drinking has disappeared. In Poland, people drink like fish, they drink until they black out. We know that is true. Why beat around the bush?

 

The Polish distilling industry was destroyed.

The art of cultural drinking has disappeared. In Poland, people drink like fish, they drink until they black out. We know that is true. Why beat around the bush?

Just a hundred years ago,

we were famous for our high-class spirits. Unfortunately, half a century of communism has done its job. Distilling, our pride and privilege, has been replaced by mixing spirit with water in order to collect excise duty at the lowest possible cost.

Just a hundred years ago,

we were famous for our high-class spirits. Unfortunately, half a century of communism has done its job. Distilling, our pride and privilege, has been replaced by mixing spirit with water in order to collect excise duty at the lowest possible cost.

I am a professional athlete, a combat sports competitor.

I fought all over the world, at the same time visiting fascinating places and tasting a variety of spirits. They did not resemble our Polish vodka, drunk in large quantities. I could really enjoy them. I remembered the ones that captivated me the most. I remembered them well. And today I make high-quality spirits myself.

I often hear that sport and alcohol are mutually exclusive.

But that is not entirely true. The difference between good and bad alcohol is the same as between individual fighters in the ring. It comes from skill, commitment, willpower and relentless pursuit of goals. With joy and pride, I would like to invite you to try out my proprietary brands: Lumberhill and Destylaty Drwala. Let’s enjoy the taste of true Polish spirits together.

Tomasz Drwal

PS I also wrote a few words from myself, if you're interested in my sports career - you can read them here..

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