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Orzechówka Antique Glass decanter

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Destination: Krakow, Poland

This bulbous blown-glass decanter could be used for wine, or any other form of liquor, but we imagine it gleaming with orzechówka. Made from walnuts, this Polish nalewka liqueur was first introduced for the treatment of stomach aliments. Made by macerating walnuts in vodka, orzechówka is one of Krakow’s most well-consumed tipples.


The widespread use of decanters began in the Middle Ages, when wine was stored in wooden barrels, stoneware containers and even leather skins. Rarified folks found it unacceptable to pour or scoop directly from these ... Read More

Details and Dimensions

10" Height (with stopper) x 5" Width (at widest point).

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