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. %
This tea mixture is based on an old recipe from the Neustift monastery apothecary. The herbs are carefully dried and stored.
With the Bresaola we define an air-dried cattle ham from Italy, from the taste a little milder and more softly than the Swiss "Bündnerfleisch".
Veal sausages have also found in the South Tyrolean kitchen their firm place and are generated after Old-Bavarian recipe. Traditionally it is enough to warm up the veal sausages in hot water and to serve with sweet mustard and a lye pretzel. In addition a Bavarian wheat beer tastes especially well. However, they also enrich records with "cooked Mixed" and Bozner sauce.
Our goulash was never as asked as today. Today where the time is calculated so scarcely, the people buy with pleasure instant products, above all if these underpin the made decision by its quality. We are probably the only manufacturer who completely produce without preservative or colorings.