The probability of stimulating all taste buds: Absolutely high proof.
For decades, the pharmacist family Jagla has been using a medieval monastery recipe, traditional herbalism and old pharmacopeia knowledge to manufacture herbal bitters with 35% vol. From selected bitter herbs, fine spices and essential oils, the Jaglas macerate - still by hand - the heart of the bitter elixirs.
Full-bodied bouquet and balanced body based on ginseng root. Supplemented by exquisite bitter herbs, bark and roots such as valerian, lavender, ginger, gentian, saffron, nutmeg, cinchona bark, galangal, citronella, bitter orange peel, centaury, camphor, zedoary, angelica root, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon bark and juniper berries.
dr Jaglas bitter elixirs are enjoyed neat (2 cl) or with ice cubes. The characteristic nuances of the certified herbs can thus unfold their scents and essential oils at the finest level. The rolling, the slow wetting of the palate and taste buds - like a wine tasting - allows you to immerse yourself in a new taste experience. The particularly balanced finish rounds off the ginseng elixir.
40 ml Ginseng Elixir
160 ml tonic water or ginger ale
Tumbler, ice cubes, lime
Roquefort Cheese, Seafood, Dark Chocolate
Artichoke (Cynara scolymus)
Our regional artichoke leaves are bitter vegetables. Her
Leaves have a subtle sweetness and are rich in bitter substances,
which is why they are particularly appreciated after a meal. 2013
the artichoke was voted medicinal plant of the year.
Bitter orange peels
Cortex Aurantii Fructus Amarum
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“The tasting was a real pleasure. So good that I'm thinking about whether I would like to have something so sensual and delicious at home. And that as an absolute occasional drinker. I’m absolutely thrilled.”