This monastery bitter is made by steeping one-year-old cones and the tips of fresh shoots of dwarf pines (Pinus mugo) in brandy for approx. five months. This imbues the bitter with its typical resinous taste.
Alcohol content: 35 Vol. %
Roasted over olive tree wood A blend of selected coffees wood-roasted using a traditional slow roasting process. Each type of coffee is roasted separately in order to obtain the most appropriate degree of roasting for that particular variety. Before blending, each coffee is tasted in order to avoid any defects and guarantee the organoleptic qualities of the finished product. Composition: 100 % Arabica
the nicest parts of the leg cattle were made air-dried and cured ham of top quality. Particularly the extremely thin cutten cattle ham is asked for every kind of hors-d'oeuvre plates and cold dishes.