Krupnik (pronounced kroop-NEEK), is an ancient Polish liqueur, which traces its roots back to the 1300s. As such, it has been a traditional drink in Poland for centuries. Krupnik is made of natural wild bee's honey gathered in forests, and exotic spices, honey and up to 50 different herbs. It has an outstanding honey-sweet taste and spicy bouquet with a strong, warming effect. It’s best drunk warm in the winter or on the rocks during the summer.