The Tyrolean mountain hay liquor is a genuine liquor specialty which traps the fresh smell of high-Alpine flower meadows. It convinces via a restrained flavour of mountain camomile, fragrant hay flowers and natural growing medicinal herbs. Tender and delicate, it evokes memories of wandering in summer across mountain pastures.
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More than 100 valuable mountain flowers and herbs can be found in the naturally-secluded Tyrolean mountain hay. Camomile, arnica, Alps wormwood and yarrow are just some examples which create the indescribably sensual aroma a mown mountain meadow exudes. Whoever was able, wandering mountain pastures, to observe farmers at their work, will never forget that magnificent scent. It is not by chance that mountain hay is used in high-Alpine cooking as well as in the world of fitness and health.
You can find roast hay in a hay jacket and cream Alpine flower soup. There are also hay baths which have been known for their positive effects on body and soul since the early 19th century. Even the famous priest Kneipp swore upon the healing powers of a hay bath.
For more than 100 years we at the Tyrolean herb liquer distillery have been creating genuine Tyrolean specialties with love and care. At the heart of this are agricultural traditions and the country which surrounds us. We distill only sun-ripened fruits, hand-picked herbs and roots and the finest Tyrolean mountain water into the finest 'Edelbrand' brandies and most delicious spirits.
The beloved glacier ice and all other Fire & Ice Liquers have long been recognized as classic spirits, ones to be found nowhere else. The original Tyrolean 'Jagatee' rum tea, the outstanding 'Farmer's Bitter' and the classic fruit schnapps are only some of our genuine Tyrolean originals. By purchasing from the Tirolean herbal liqueur distillery you are not only gaining an honest and genuine slice of Tirol. You are also helping agricultural societies and traditional methods to survive.
6175 Kematen / Tirol