The national pride of Sweden is Karlsson`s Vodka potato vodka. It was invented by Borje Karlson, the legendary creator of Absolute vodka. Karlsson`s Vodka is made only from local potatoes, which are divided into varieties and harvest years. As a result, potato vodka, following the example of wine, is distinguished by its aging, year of production and, accordingly, price. The assortment also includes drinks from one variety of potatoes, or from several. Each bottle of Karlsson`s Vodka is numbered and contains information about the history of the potato producer, a description of the variety and even climatic features in a given year. Indian punch and English grog.
Sweden is a large producer of spirits, but at the same time it is famous for its strict attitude to their drinking among local residents. As a result, the production of low alcohol drinks, including beer, began to develop in the country. The number of breweries for the production of beer already exceeds 80 pieces. New breweries open in Sweden almost every month. The most popular of these is Pang Pang Brewery, where only one employee works - he is the owner, he is also the brewer. The key to the success of Swedish beer lies in the naturalness of its ingredients, the purity of the recipe, and in the almost 100% monopolization of the local market. Swedes almost never buy foreign beer due to the high cost of such drinks and, of course, for reasons of patriotism.