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Apotheker Bitter

Historisch inspirierter Kräuterbitter

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Quantity: 500 ml
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This bitter is inspired by the centuries-old apothecary tradition, where bitters were developed and cultivated as herbal approaches. Bitters have proven their worth for many health complaints. Apart from stimulating loss of appetite or helping with stomach complaints, the best-known effect is probably to aid digestion. Masterwort, calamus root, violet root or alpine mugwort, as well as other herbs, thereby form a symphony of taste that is also perfectly suited for modern mixed drinks.

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Made using traditional maceration of regional herbs. Developed and produced with great passion in cooperation with the Farthofer distillery.

Alcohol (40%vol), masterwort, gentian root, calamus root, violet root, angelica root, cinchona bark, sandalwood, alpine mugwort and cardamom.

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SAINT CHARLES

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The historic Saint Charles Apothecary exists since 1886 in Vienna and is the scientific and ethical backbone of Saint Charles. All Saint Charles products are based on the teachings of Traditional European Medicine (TEM) in combination with the latest findings in naturopathy. In developing them, we pursue our passion for high-quality, sustainable and effective natural remedies and cosmetics.

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