Krupnikas is, by no means, a bartending staple. The warmly spiced and thickly sweet honey liqueur from Lithuania is a drink traditionally made at home, shared with family, and gifted to friends. Until about three years ago, most who drank it in the U.S. were Lithuanian, or had ties to Poland or Belarus, where the variation is called krupnik. But now, a handful of tiny distilleries scattered across the country are trying to change that.
Meet Krupnikas: A Lithuanian Spirit That Tastes Like Honey
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