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Ginseng root and maca root: two real super foods!
The term super foods has been on everyone's lips for several years. It describes foods and especially natural products that are characterized by a particularly high proportion of minerals, trace elements, vitamins or secondary plant substances. Sometimes they also contain “good” fats or valuable antioxidants. Super foods are said to have positive effects on our well-being and health. Some have only recently gained attention, other super foods have been known as medicinal plants for centuries. We would like to introduce two particularly interesting representatives today: the ginseng root and the maca root .
Exciting facts about the ginseng root
Anyone who looks at a ginseng root up close will quickly notice that its shape is reminiscent of a human figure. But that is not the reason why it is a symbol of long life and health. After all, it has played an important role in traditional Asian healing teachings for centuries. The real secret of the ginseng root is the unique composition of its ingredients. For example, it contains ginsenosides, polysaccharides, phenolic acids and essential oils. All of these substances are responsible for the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of ginseng root . It is particularly recommended in folk medicine for, among other things, fatigue, poor concentration, chronic inflammatory diseases and respiratory diseases. It can also strengthen the immune system, stimulate metabolism and make you more resistant to stress. It is often claimed that ginseng root can increase potency. However, there is currently a lack of scientific evidence for this. By the way, pure, untreated ginseng roots are very limited, which makes them a real rarity.
And what can maca root do?
The maca plant has been cultivated and used as a medicinal and food plant for 2,000 years. It thrives in the high altitudes of the Peruvian Andes. Here, where the climatic conditions are extreme, it has been able to develop very robust and resilient roots over time. Maca root, for example, contains calcium and zinc: both minerals help strengthen bones and teeth. The mustard oil glycosides also contained have an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect . Antioxidants, on the other hand, protect against harmful free radicals and can therefore prevent cell damage. And then there is the high potassium content, which can regulate our blood pressure and has a big impact on our heart health. The effect of maca root is also very impressive, especially since the high protein content can help with both building muscle and losing weight. It's not without reason that many athletes add maca root powder to their shakes or smoothies! And since maca root, like ginseng root, is said to have a positive influence on potency and libido, it is sometimes called “Andean ginseng”.
With the power of ginseng root: Ginseng Elixir from Dr. Jaglas
Super foods can not only be eaten, but also drunk. The ginseng root and the maca root are the two “stars” of the popular ginseng and maca ginseng elixirs from Dr. Jaglas . Both elixirs have their own story. A golfing friend of the Jagla family, for example, was so enthusiastic about the artichoke elixir that he expressed the wish some time ago that another strong root could be added to the range. No sooner said than done: After a careful, loving and complex development phase, the Golfers Ginseng Elixir was created, which of course contains the ginseng root . The premium herbal bitters with an alcohol content of 35 percent are made without sugar, colors or preservatives and delight with a full-bodied bouquet and a long finish. A bittersweet delight with more than 30 bitter herbs, flowers... and of course the ginseng root .
The Dr. Jaglas Maca Ginseng Elixir: The Maca root is in it!
A few years later, the weekly newspaper “DIE ZEIT” had the idea of refining the ginseng elixir with maca root . Again, Dr. Jaglas experiments, researches and tests with heart, hand and mind, because a lot of sensitivity is required to produce a perfectly balanced herbal bitter. But the result was something to behold and tasted, and it didn't take long until the Maca Ginseng elixir was finally born. As the name suggests, it combines the ginseng root AND the maca root . With their sweet, nutty character, both roots go perfectly with the more than 30 monastery herbs contained in the artichoke elixir . And of course the Maca Ginseng Elixir is completely free of sugar, colors and preservatives!
Why you should definitely try the elixirs with ginseng root and maca root
Two herbal bitters, both indescribably delicious and with an unmistakable character. Ideal as a digestif or aperitif, neat or on ice. The Super Foods Ginseng Root and Maca Root give you an aura of something special and allow you to immerse yourself in completely new taste dimensions. Before or after a good meal, take a moment to allow one of the two elixirs to tickle your taste buds and make your tongue sing. Super foods , which have been valued for their properties for centuries, are still the crowning glory of a perfect treat today.
Bitter substances: beneficial and valuable
Bitter substances: definition and occurrence
- Chemically speaking, bitter substances are compounds that have a bitter taste due to the activation of so-called G protein-coupled receptors. They are secondary plant substances and are found in many foods. Some examples:
- Chicory, endive, rocket
- Brussels sprouts
- Grapefruit and pomelo
- Black and green tea
- Chard and spinach
This is exactly what turned out to be a mistake from a health perspective, because bitter substances not only protect the plants from damage, they also have great benefits for our health and well-being in several ways.
Bitter substances and their effects
Bitter herbs in herbal bitters from Dr. Jaglas
Which herbal bitters is your favorite?
Mocktails: what are they actually?
It is not new that our language is constantly undergoing certain changes. Previously unknown neologisms prevail and remain, while other well-known ones are forgotten. A term that is still relatively new and that young people in particular use quite naturally is mocktail . We should definitely remember this word because it represents more than just a passing trend.
What is the difference between cocktail and mocktail?
Mocktail rhymes with cocktail . And in fact both terms are closely related: a mocktail is a non-alcoholic cocktail ! How did this unusual word creation actually come about? It's simple: The English verb "to mock" means "to pretend" or "to imitate". A mocktail imitates a classic, alcoholic cocktail, but does not contain any alcohol. The high-proof spirits are simply left out and replaced with high-quality, flavorful alternatives. A concept that is really well received by all age groups, because a healthy and responsible lifestyle is now very important in society.
After all, exuberant celebrations also work without alcohol , especially since a good mood and a happy mood do not depend on the so-called “revolutions”. In addition, a non-alcoholic cocktail does not exclude anyone: expectant and breastfeeding mothers, drivers, and even those people who avoid alcohol for personal reasons. Anyone can enjoy a mocktail without a guilty conscience, without regrets and without fear of possible consequences. It gives parties and social gatherings a completely carefree touch. Maybe that's exactly what's driving more and more people to order a mocktail rather than a cocktail . Maybe it's also the pure, unadulterated taste of the best flavors and recipes developed with love. One thing is certain: a non-alcoholic cocktail is worth more than just one try.
What makes a good mocktail?
Whether it's an alcoholic or non-alcoholic cocktail , a drink is only as good as its ingredients and the exact mixing ratio. Anyone who wants to make a mocktail needs just as much tact and expertise as, for example, a professional bartender. The Jagla family of pharmacists has both characteristics. In her traditional pharmacy, she has been producing exquisite recipes for decades, which have of course been continually developed and refined over time. The herbal science that has been passed down for generations, the German Pharmacopoeia and old textbooks serve as orientation and basis. These proven instruments and a keen sense of the wishes and needs of today's society ensure that a non-alcoholic cocktail from Dr. Jaglas doesn't miss anything. It is just as sparkling, sparkling and spirited as a classic cocktail with alcohol and brings fun to the glass. Of course, that doesn't mean that you have to give up alcoholic drinks completely and forever in the future. For example, you can offer a combination of cocktails and mocktails at your next party so that each guest can decide individually which drink they want. Or you can create a small supply of both for your own personal enjoyment and then spontaneously choose what you feel like. But many people stick with the mocktail long-term and with enthusiasm, because once you try it, it simply makes you want “more”!
The best mocktail recipes: This is how delicious a non-alcoholic cocktail is
A mocktail can be as irresistibly fruity and invigorating as the famous Italian limoncello or as seductive and bitter-sweet as the legendary Aperol. Just choose your favorite according to your mood! One of the most popular mocktail recipes is undoubtedly the San Limello, a non-alcoholic cocktail from Dr. Jaglas , which is reminiscent of the sunny south, Mediterranean joie de vivre and a never-ending summer. And best of all, it's prepared in no time and tastes simply heavenly! Simply fill a wine glass with around 40 milliliters of San Limello with 160 milliliters of non-alcoholic Prosecco or tonic water. Add a few ice cubes if you like and a little fresh mint as a garnish: you'll feel like you're in a quaint little bar right by the sea! A non-alcoholic cocktail like the San Limello goes particularly well with burrata, the delicious gourmet version of mozzarella, but can also be enjoyed with seafood and antipasti. Typically Italian!
Mocktail recipes like the tart hibiscus, on the other hand, harmonize particularly well with nuts, chocolate and mild goat cheese. Here, too, the preparation is wonderfully uncomplicated: Take another wine glass and add around 40 milliliters of Herber Hibiskus from Dr. Jaglas and add about 160 milliliters of tonic water. Alternatively, non-alcoholic sparkling wine is also very suitable. Half a lime gives the drink a pleasantly refreshing note. Now all you need are ice cubes and a bouquet of rosemary and/or a few fresh berries as a garnish. You will definitely love the fascinating hibiscus taste with the subtle orange note!
Mocktails are perfect for festivities, exuberant (summer) parties, barbecues and of course also for romantic hours for two. They are also extremely welcome at company events, as most companies view alcoholic drinks at company events critically. A non-alcoholic cocktail is then the perfect solution!
Sparkling summer drinks with and without alcohol
What will be the new summer drink of 2024?
Simply 2 to 4 cl Dr. Fill Jaglas Herber Hibiscus with non-alcoholic Prosecco or alternatively non-alcoholic sparkling wine, add ice cubes and a bouquet of rosemary as a garnish, done! A tangy treat that guarantees tingling fun on the tongue!
Refreshing summer drinks with alcohol
Refreshing summer drinks without alcohol
Delicious summer drinks for children
Alcohol and sport: not a good combination!
Do you know a really successful and good professional athlete who regularly drinks hard drinks after training or competition? Definitely not, because alcohol and exercise don't mix. Although some athletes grab a glass of champagne or a bottle of beer during a victory celebration, ambitious athletes know very well that this should remain an exception. There are now also some great non-alcoholic alternatives that are just as great to toast to victory with!
What is alcohol and how is it absorbed by the body?
Alcohol is created through a biochemical process when bacteria or yeast ferment and break down sugar. If certain foods are added to this process, alcoholic drinks can be produced. For example, wine is made from grapes and beer is made from hops and malt. The alcohol content can be increased by distillation. Such drinks are then called spirits . This category includes, among others, schnapps, vodka, whiskey and cognac. On the other hand, flavors and sugar are added to a liqueur after distillation. Alcohol has a tradition going back thousands of years as a food, drink and intoxicant. We mainly absorb it through our stomach. After a few minutes it then reaches our brain via the bloodstream. There it then unfolds its infamous effect. After an hour at the latest it has spread throughout the body. Sometimes the effect occurs much earlier. For example, in people who drink alcohol very quickly or on an empty stomach. Or even when alcohol is consumed after training or sport.
Alcohol and sport: What effects can alcohol have on the training effect?
As already mentioned, alcohol and exercise make a very bad duo. Ultimately, the drinks make you tired and reduce your ability to react: no athlete can afford to do either, because then top performance is not possible. Fatigue means that training is only half-hearted and with much less power, and the reduced ability to react significantly increases the risk of injury. If you're unlucky, you'll injure yourself so badly that you'll have to take a long break from sports or have to give up sport completely. Ultimately, alcohol also inhibits muscle building because it slows down important metabolic processes. So if you repeatedly consume alcohol after training, you shouldn't be surprised if your muscle mass simply doesn't want to increase despite the greatest effort and maximum commitment. Since alcohol removes water from the body, the muscles are also less supplied with minerals and nutrients. In the worst case, this can lead to cardiac arrhythmias, which are often very dangerous. There are plenty of reasons, especially for athletes, to avoid alcohol. And the best thing: It's never too late to start giving up ! Then the muscle building works again.
How long should I not consume alcohol before sporting competitions?
Alcohol can have a negative impact on performance for up to 48 hours after consumption. So be sure to take a sufficiently long break from alcohol before your competition so that your body has enough time to break it down again. With the non-alcoholic drinks from Dr. You still don't have to miss out on the best enjoyment before exercising, especially since varieties like San Limello and Herbe Hibiscus really refresh and invigorate you. Alcohol can also impair recovery after strenuous training or a challenging competition, especially if consumed too early. After exercising, drink soft drinks to quench your thirst and eat foods high in carbohydrates and proteins. Otherwise the alcohol could have too strong an effect on your body because the organism is initially weakened by the enormous exertion. So give yourself and your body some time. Afterwards you can always toast your success with an alcoholic drink . If you follow these tips, alcohol and exercise can at least be combined to some extent. It is of course better to completely avoid alcohol before and after training as well as before and after competitions. Just try the non-alcoholic drinks from Dr. Jaglas : I'm sure you'll get a taste for it too, and then the incompatibility of alcohol and sport will no longer be an issue!
Alcohol and sports professionals: Good reasons to avoid alcohol
Of course, there are also professional athletes who occasionally drink alcohol. Some athletes probably treat themselves to a glass immediately before training or competition. For example, to compensate for nervousness and pressure. But the fact is that these athletes cannot perform as well as they would without alcohol . According to scientists and doctors, there are no professional athletes who regularly drink large amounts of alcohol and still perform first-class. Because alcohol and exercise just don't mix. Neither do muscle building and alcohol . Anyone who avoids hard liquor is doing something good for their health, reducing the risk of various illnesses and being able to enjoy their sporting success much more consciously.
In our society, it has long been considered good form to say “yes” to alcoholic drinks . Whether it was the after-work beer with colleagues, the girls' evening that no one could imagine without Prosecco, the summer barbecue party with plenty of "barley juice" or the social gathering at the Christmas market where mulled wine and strong Jagertee were naturally ordered, there was always alcohol included. This habit has now changed somewhat. A new drinking culture , which can be equated with a real lifestyle, is becoming more and more popular: Mindful Drinking .
What is Mindful Drinking?
Translated, the English/American term means “ mindful drinking ” or “ conscious drinking ”. So it's about deciding consciously every day in the appropriate situations whether it actually has to be an alcoholic drink again or whether today's drinking pleasure will be non-alcoholic . You don't have to say "yes" to every alcoholic drink you're offered: when eating together in a restaurant, at a birthday party or when your new colleague makes his debut in the office. You can, may and should say “no” and toast with a non-alcoholic drink . For the sake of your health, your well-being and your body.
As the term suggests, Mindful Drinking has its roots in Anglo-Saxon countries. A real " sober " or " sober" movement has even developed there, and no one is laughed at or even looked at askance if an alcoholic aperitif is refused before a meal. Quite the opposite: Mindful Drinking found and continues to find more and more followers among young people there. You no longer only belong to the community or clique when alcohol is consumed. Everyone can do without individually and consciously. And this decision is also fully accepted. Over time, the new drinking culture has spread to us. As mentioned, Mindful Drinking does not describe the complete abstinence from alcohol : the new zeitgeist is rather the “light version” of complete abstinence. That's exactly why mindful drinking isn't difficult for most people. At the weekend, the cocktail in the club or the herbal bitters after the Sunday roast, then during the week there are non-alcoholic versions that are at least as tasty: this is what mindful drinking could look like for you too.
Why should I try Mindful Drinking?
The advantages are clear: the risk of cardiovascular diseases decreases, the immune system becomes stronger, the complexion improves, and of course the liver is happy too. You won't have a hangover the next day either, and you won't be lying on the couch with a headache while the weather outside is perfect for great activities. Ultimately, mindful drinking also leads to maintaining control: over actions, but also over spoken words. If you still want to get behind the wheel, alcohol should be taboo for you anyway, but high-proof drinks in particular can loosen your tongue. People then say things - for example to their boss or to friends - that they later deeply regret and that can put them in embarrassing and precarious situations.
How do I get started with mindful drinking?
Take some time and write down when you consume alcohol, why, with whom and how much alcohol. This will give you a good overview of your drinking habits, which can sometimes even be downright frightening. Then question your drinking behavior. Many people are not even aware of the amounts that come together over the course of a week. Above all, the reasons why people turn to alcohol can be very different. For some, it's simply the supposed "peer pressure" that actually doesn't exist. Others simply love the taste of alcoholic beverages; they drink for fun, pleasure or because they want to relax. Sometimes the focus is simply on boredom or an attempt to suppress problems. Once you have realized the reasons for consuming alcohol, it is usually much easier to consciously abstain at least from time to time. After all, you can have a lot of fun without alcohol, celebrate or enjoy relaxing hours on the couch at home.
Are other countries further along than us when it comes to alcohol-free alternatives?
As already mentioned, mindful drinking has already become very popular, especially in the USA and Great Britain. But it is only a matter of time before more people consciously abstain and turn to alcohol-free alternatives on certain occasions. Word is slowly getting around that alcohol is not necessary to toast, relax and celebrate and that a non-alcoholic aperitif or cocktail can taste really delicious.
The alcohol-free alternatives from Dr. Jaglas is now conquering not only private party rooms and parties, but also company and commercial events. Mindful drinking is already a natural part of good etiquette. And the trend is contagious: Anyone who has not yet dared to refuse champagne or schnapps for their colleague's birthday for fear of being laughed at is taking an example from supporters and joining in. The community is getting bigger and bigger, because it's just good to go through life alcohol-free more often.
Limoncello: the delicious all-rounder from "Bella Italia"
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The baby shower party: everything about the popular trend
When a baby arrives, it's not just an exciting and joyful event for the expectant parents . The family and friends are also happy and can hardly wait until the new citizen sees the light of day. In order to express the excited anticipation, the baby shower trend has also caught on with us. It originally comes from the USA and is becoming increasingly popular here. With the alcohol-free alternatives from Dr. Jaglas can also be enjoyed by pregnant women without worrying about having to miss out on a perfect taste experience! Today's article explains the baby shower party trend in more detail.
What is a Baby Shower Party?
The baby shower is a celebration held in honor of the expectant mother. This shows the pregnant woman how much family and friends are looking forward to the arrival of the little human child. Of course, the focus is entirely on the future mother. She is really pampered during the baby shower and doesn't have to worry about anything: not even the organization and shopping.
Of course, she also receives great gifts from her family and friends for this occasion. These can either be nice touches that will help her feel even better during pregnancy, or practical presents for the baby.
And so that she can enjoy delicious drinks and cocktails just like her guests that evening, Dr. Jaglas not only offers high-quality spirits with alcohol , but also non-alcoholic aperitifs , which are in no way inferior in taste to their high-proof counterparts.
The party usually takes place in the last trimester of pregnancy. It doesn't matter whether it's right at the beginning of the third trimester or a few weeks before the expected due date. And even if women are mostly among themselves at the party, men are not explicitly excluded. If you like, you are welcome to invite the father-to-be, future uncle or godparent or your favorite work colleague.
Who organizes a baby shower party?
In the USA, the baby shower is traditionally organized by the expectant mother's best friends. You plan, do the errands, set the appointment and write the invitations. They also take care of the organization of the celebration, because the baby shower includes more than “just” a culinary pampering program. However, this approach is of course not set in stone. Family members often plan the party too. These can be the pregnant woman's siblings or sisters-in-law. It's not all that unusual for the expectant mother to be involved in the organization herself or even take over it completely. Maybe the pregnant woman's work colleagues would also like to give the pregnant woman an unforgettable baby shower ? The only important thing is that you agree on things in good time so that there are no overlaps. By the way: The invitations should ideally be sent out several weeks before the celebration. This means everyone has the opportunity to keep their appointment free.
What do you do at a baby shower party?
A baby shower takes place either in the afternoon or evening. The organizers often put together a small buffet that is lovingly decorated. Popular examples of appetizers and snacks include muffins, cake pops, cakes (for example with colorful chocolate lentils), Jell-O and mini meatballs. However, remember to avoid raw meat such as tartare and minced meat, as well as raw milk products, sushi, undercooked eggs and other foods that are unsuitable for pregnant women. In between, games provide fun and variety.
A few suggestions:
- Estimate the waist circumference of the expectant mother
- "Urban-Country-River" exclusively with baby categories (first names, toys, baby equipment, types of porridge, children's songs, etc.)
- Paint the pregnant woman's belly artistically
- "Who am I?" with old baby photos of the party guests
- Test porridge varieties via blind tasting
- Embellish white bibs or bodysuits with textile painting pens
- Determine the “wrapping world champion” on a doll
What drinks should be offered at a baby shower party?
A good mix of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks is common. Of course, hard liquor can also be avoided completely: after all, many guests will probably come with their own car. Luckily, there are now non-alcoholic alternatives to almost all popular drinks. Sparkling wine or Prosecco can be served at the reception or for a toast. As the celebration continues, liqueurs are well received. Here it can also be one or two special varieties, because after all, a baby shower doesn't take place every day.
The composition of apple and mallow from Dr. Jaglas is good. Or how about a fine gin? Meanwhile, the expectant mother enjoys a delicious San Limello : For example, the non-alcoholic alternative to Italian Limoncello can be used together with tonic and lime to create a fruity “ Limello Spritz ”. An ode to life (in the future) is also the alcohol-free Herbe Hibiscus , which impresses with subtle notes of bitter orange, elderberry, vanilla and rosemary. It can also be transformed into a seductive “ Hibiscus Spritz ” with tonic and lime. Extra tip: Both drinks are also perfect as a souvenir or gift idea for the expectant mother!
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What do you need for a perfect barbecue evening?
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A high-proof herbal bitters in a handy 50 milliliter bottle is sure to delight your hosts. Practical: With Dr. Jaglas you can get the high-quality elixirs, which were elaborately and lovingly produced according to medieval monastery pharmacy recipes , even in a clever pack of six. To enjoy yourself or if there are several invitations to a barbecue evening: the barbecue season lasts for several months!
And very important: don't forget to be in a good mood! So nothing stands in the way of a happy and exuberant barbecue evening!
What are the best drinks for a nice barbecue evening with friends?
Vegan drinks - the latest lifestyle trend
What are the current lifestyle trends?
Alcohol-free, sugar-free, vegan: Why do more and more people want to avoid alcohol and sugar?
Are the current lifestyle trends reflected in Dr. Jaglas again?
A lifestyle trend that we haven't listed yet is the increasing popularity of long-forgotten bitter herbs . They not only pamper the palate and taste buds, but can also have a variety of positive effects on our well-being. You will find the wonderful bitter herbs in the Dr. Jaglas Elixirs Artichoke , Golfers Ginseng and Maca Ginseng . Of course, all three products are sugar-free or sugar-free. With their long finish, they are ideal as a digestif, regardless of whether they are enjoyed neat or with ice cubes.
Non-alcoholic vs. 0.0%
The current trend speaks for itself. More and more people are avoiding alcohol and taking advantage of alcohol-free products. Many people probably don't know that there is a difference between alcohol-free and 0.0% . However, some people have probably noticed that there are different names for supposedly alcohol-free products. We often stumble across the expressions “alcohol-free” and “0.0%”, especially when it comes to beer and champagne bottles. But what are the differences and how can you be sure that you have not consumed alcohol?
Does “alcohol-free” mean the same as “0.0”?
Is non-alcoholic beer suitable for pregnant women?
Non-alcoholic beer vs. non-alcoholic long drink
The difference between non-alcoholic beer and a non-alcoholic long drink lies in the absolute quantity of the non-alcoholic drink. With a non-alcoholic beer, you usually drink an entire bottle or glass. The potential residual alcohol value of up to 0.5% is therefore contained in an amount of 0.3-0.5 liters. However, if you mix a non-alcoholic long drink, the residual alcohol content is often only limited to the 4 cl that is added to the mixed drink. The alcohol content in the non-alcoholic long drink is once again much lower in percentage terms than in a whole non-alcoholic beer.
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Sober Bars: The spirit of a new time
Whether in the party capital Berlin, in the south of the country or in the far north, sober bars are also very trendy here. The younger generation in particular is increasingly giving up alcoholic beverages voluntarily and consciously.
The word has gotten around that a good aperitif doesn't have to be high-proof. While it used to be considered cool to consume as much alcohol as possible at parties, today the focus is on the so-called health trend, i.e. physical and mental health.
Have fun and enjoy responsibly at the same time: That should probably be the credo of this attitude to life, which has now developed into a real (drinking) culture. It shows that non-alcoholic drinks and a trendy ambience are not mutually exclusive, but rather form a perfect symbiosis that fully corresponds to today's zeitgeist. Bars make a clear statement because they give people the opportunity to go out, party carefree, meet friends and, of course, stay sober.
Gone are the days when the typical “ Driver Cocktail ” consisted of bland water or monotonous lemonade. Non-alcoholic cocktails are now as sparkling, seductive and irresistibly delicious as their high-proof counterparts.
The bars with the best non-alcoholic drinks in Berlin
The trend towards an alcohol-free lifestyle has received a lot of attention across Germany. The first bars with great non-alcoholic drinks are also open for you in Berlin. You can find the 11 best shops where you can get really good non-alcoholic drinks in the blog article from Mit Genuss .
Here come our top 3 from Berlin!
Is your bar not listed? Get in touch with us and we will include your bar in the top selection of alcohol-free bars!
One of them is the Eigengrau in Berlin. The Eigengrau offers a perfect combination of brunch and bar. From 11 a.m. a diverse selection of brunch options awaits you and later the brunch location develops into a cozy bar. The Eigengrau is therefore ideal for a day together with friends and delicious food and a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
You can find a rather unusual bar at Richardplatz in Berlin. Delicious drinks with beneficial effects are available from Mr. Lindemann . Due to the specific use of herbs, his drinks are said to have healing effects, which are presented in a textbook-like drinks menu. The creations are definitely worth a visit.
Last but not least, we introduce you to basalt . The unusual furnishings are reminiscent of a botanical garden and impress with its aesthetic style. In addition to classics , non-alcoholic cocktails are also integrated into the large drinks menu. It left nothing to be desired.
The bars with the best non-alcoholic drinks in Hamburg
In Hamburg you will find the perfect afterwork spot at Sands . In addition to an optimal, central location, the Sands also offers you exceptional drinks. Everyone gets their money's worth thanks to the delicious non-alcoholic drinks. The cozy bar atmosphere can not only be enjoyed indoors, but the Sands also offers the opportunity to enjoy the sun on its own terrace.
Italian flair and the best Aperol Spritz are available as standard . To enjoy an aperitivo you will receive a few Italian delicacies. Together with your drink, you can enjoy the warm Hamburg sun on the hotel's own terrace.
The med bar on Marktstrasse impresses with its timeless, stylish ambience. The bar combines down-to-earth furnishings with chic, stylish accessories. The relaxed atmosphere offers space for everyone, regardless of whether you have just come from work or from visiting the city.
The bars with the best non-alcoholic drinks in Munich
If you like something a little more exclusive, you should definitely pay a visit to the Ory Bar in the Mandarin Oriental. The hotel bar in Munich is a special place. Particularly high-quality furnishings and exciting drinks await you. Fine drinks and great service are not only an experience for hotel guests, but also a place for local Munich residents.
The contrast is provided by the “ Frau Bartels ” bar. The down-to-earth bar is popular with everyone who likes hip hop and the classic bar atmosphere with friends. There are the classics here. Simply everything you need for a relaxed evening in good company.
Everybody knows it. Actually, a bar with drinks for everyone is wanted, but a warm meal is rarely available. This is exactly the concept at Bar Uno . In addition to great cocktails, we offer crispy pinsa, creamy pasta, spicy sandwiches and fresh salads. This concept invites you to long evenings with friends!
Dr. Jaglas x Bars
What benefits do sober bars offer owners?
As the owner of a Sober Bar , you show that you take responsibility. You offer your guests an inclusive place where everyone is welcome and everyone can feel comfortable, regardless of age or personal background. This quickly creates a feeling of community and togetherness.
Nobody is excluded: pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as health-conscious foodies and drivers who want to get behind the wheel afterwards.
Events and activities can also be organized much more easily and simply. Sober bars have now become firmly established and are undoubtedly an enrichment for the cultural life of a city. As a meeting place especially for Millennials and Generation Z, they reflect the lifestyle of our time and stand for fun and enjoyment without regret.
Which alcohol-free alternatives does Dr. Jaglas?
The most popular drinks at parties and bars include Aperol and Limoncello .
You or your guests can also fully enjoy the fantastic taste of both cocktails in the non-alcoholic version.
Dr. With Herber Hibiskus and San Limello , Jaglas offers you two delicious alternatives that consist of carefully selected, high-quality ingredients and were made with a lot of heart, love and mind and according to the highest quality standards. The unique recipes convey pure joy of life, they tickle the palate, enchant the senses and are perfect for discerning connoisseurs. Great non-alcoholic cocktails can be made from both products.
There's Herber Hibiscus , the alcohol-free counterpart to Aperol: a fantastic base for irresistible long drinks. The potpourri of bitter orange, rosemary, vanilla, gentian and chiretta herb combines with the sweetness of hibiscus flowers to create a magnificent array of tastes. A homage to life, joy and lightness!
And there is the San Limello : Here sunny notes of lemon and grapefruit meet ginger, chili, fennel and cinnamon. A feeling like strolling through a Sicilian market on a summer day! The San Limello also impresses as a basis for great long drinks and takes you to Bella Italia in terms of taste.
Zero-proof drinks can be so fascinating!
Dr. Jaglas x corporate events
Why are non-alcoholic cocktails a perfect choice for corporate events?
As a caterer or event organizer, you want to offer your customers only the best. And the best thing for an afterwork event is a non-alcoholic cocktail bar . At least that is the belief of more and more companies, because the responsible planners are increasingly attaching importance to good drinks without alcohol content, even outside of working hours. This gives you the peace of mind that there will be no alcohol-related incidents that could damage the company's image.
The collaboration with Dr. Jaglas offers you the perfect opportunity to shine with your catering at company events.
The recipes for the very high quality products were traditionally made in Dr. Jaglas develops and offers all visitors wonderful taste moments. As non-alcoholic spirits, they represent a modern lifestyle and ensure a good mood with their tangy and lively aromas. As a caterer, you will stand out from the competition with your non-alcoholic cocktail bar and will be more than just a step ahead of your competitors.
Why should Dr. Jaglas should not be missing in any bar?
For many decades, theJagla family of pharmacists has been producing unique, high-quality products that clearly stand out from the masses.
Even the bottles are an absolute eye-catcher with their unusual and very elegant appearance. They immediately catch the eye in your bar and arouse the interest of guests. Thanks to the exquisite ingredients and the excellent taste experiences, the non-alcoholic cocktails become a hit in no time and word gets around.In addition, the products from Dr. Jaglas has a clever and contemporary marketing strategy. Not only will you attract new customers, but you will also increase your bar's presence on social media and the public. Expanding your drinks menu to include non-alcoholic cocktails can increase your sales and contribute to even better customer loyalty.
Dry January - without alcohol and with enjoyment into the New Year
It is a tradition to make plans for the coming year at the turn of the year. Abstaining from alcohol is an obvious resolution . New Year's resolutions allow us to reflect on our habits.
The Dry January health campaign has become increasingly popular in recent years. This challenge is about more than just giving up alcohol. It is a month of self-reflection and the start of a more conscious life.
What is Dry January?
Originally, “ Dry January ” was a health campaign by the organization Alcohol Change in Great Britain. In 2014, the initiative to abstain from alcohol for a month to mark the New Year starts. The challenge became a sure-fire success on social media; in many countries it is now popular to simply spend January dry.
A similar challenge is “ Sober October ”. This is primarily about health but also about preventing alcohol-related problems. The campaign aims to raise awareness of responsible alcohol consumption.
What happens if you give up alcohol?
Of course, it doesn't make sense to go without alcohol for a month and then consume more of it the rest of the year. But it's amazing that not drinking alcohol for four weeks is enough to have positive effects on our body and psyche.
Anyone who continues to reduce their alcohol consumption will benefit from the challenge in the long term.
The liver is not only our detoxification organ, it is also involved in most metabolic processes in the body. Accordingly, relieving the strain on this important organ has a positive effect on our overall well-being. Alcohol has a toxic effect on the liver; even small amounts can damage liver cells. By avoiding alcohol, the liver can regenerate.
One of the first noticeable effects of Dry January is an improvement in sleep quality. Although alcohol may help you fall asleep, it disrupts your sleep cycle. Without alcohol, sleep is deeper and more restful.
Many people experience a boost of energy over the course of an alcohol-free month . You feel more vital and active overall. The clarity of thought and the increased energy give everyday life a positive note that should not be underestimated.
Better skin appearance
Alcohol can dry out the skin and give it a dull complexion. An alcohol-free January can lead to a visible improvement in the complexion. The skin appears brighter and healthier, skin imperfections can improve.
Alcohol not only provides plenty of calories, but it also blocks fat loss. If you go without it for a month, you may be able to enjoy a small amount of weight loss.
The improvement in overall health is often accompanied by an improvement in our ability to concentrate and memory.
Last but not least: a good feeling
Anyone who hasn't drunk alcohol for a month will definitely feel good at the end. It is a positive experience to realize that you can have fun and enjoy life without consuming alcoholic beverages. Dry January strengthens our self-confidence and gives us the certainty that we don't need alcoholic drinks.
Alcohol-free January not only offers short-term benefits, but also paves the way to a sustainably healthier lifestyle and increased self-confidence.
What can you drink as a substitute for alcohol?
Dry January is a challenge , but it's actually not about doing without - on the contrary. With a positive attitude, we will quickly realize that we can only win from this experiment.
At this point you may be wondering what it will be like when you are invited to dinner or when friends want to toast a special event with you. The simplest solution is to share your plan with those around you.
Be open about giving up alcohol in January and talk about the health campaign. Of course, the easiest way to avoid alcohol is to convince your partner before the challenge.
Be confident: Most people will respond respectfully to your decision and may even be inspired to give it a try.
Alcohol-free alternatives from Dr. Jaglas
Of course, you won't have to miss out on enjoyment during dry January . There are many delicious alternatives to alcoholic drinks . Non-alcoholic beer and non-alcoholic wine are now available everywhere. Non-alcoholic spirits are a very interesting alternative that you might even stick with once January rolls around.
Excellent companions for Dry January are the alcohol-free aperitifs from Dr. Jaglas from Berlin.
The " Herbe Hibiskus ", for example, is the counterpart to the alcohol-free Aperol, while the " San Limello " offers the authentic taste of Limoncello without alcohol. The exquisite aperitifs and herbal elixirs in pharmacist quality have already convinced many gourmets.
Also discover the inspiring recipe collection for cocktails and long drinks . The high quality and the authentic taste experience will convince you.
Conclusion on Dry January
A dry January is more than just a New Year's resolution .
It is a journey of self-discovery, an opportunity to reflect on your relationship to alcohol and start the new year fresh. The health benefits are just a pleasant side effect. So, why not follow the trend and give Dry January a chance? It is worth it!
Delicious wedding drinks: inspiration for your dream wedding!
wedding drinks - must have
An attractive drinks menu is a must at every wedding !
The reasons for this are guest satisfaction and enjoyment. Once you have aroused the guests' interest with the drinks menu, nothing stands in the way of a good mood and atmosphere at your wedding. There is also a corresponding selection of drinks in different flavors to suit every taste.
The long drink classics , as well as various spritz drinks, are always well received and enchant your guests' evening. All-round care for your guests should be guaranteed.
In addition to soft drinks, must-have drinks include beer and wine - cocktails that the bride and groom can offer individually according to their wishes. When it comes to cocktails, it's all about the details. After all, the eye drinks too! Visually appealing bottles and beautifully garnished drinks are an eye-catcher for your guests.
With Dr. Jaglas you will find a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic products for your dream wedding. The products are perfect for weddings where these different tastes come together. Dr. Jaglas products have a high apothecary quality , just like your own wedding would like to be celebrated. No guest has to make compromises just because they don't drink alcohol.
3 tips - 3 recipes
Here are our top 3 tips for wedding drinks with Dr. Jaglas:
Welcome drink for your wedding
If you expect a good atmosphere at your wedding right from the start, you shouldn't choose the welcome drink half-heartedly. The traditional champagne reception can easily be changed if you are interested. Try something fresh that will blow guests away!
Our recommendation for the welcome drink is the Limello Spritz from Dr. Jaglas . This recipe can be made with or without alcohol. Visually the drink remains the same.
- 2-4cl San Limello (non-alcoholic)
- Top up with tonic (or Prosecco).
- Method: Stir
- Glass: wine glass
- Ice: ice cubes
- Garnish: lemon
Selection of cocktails
Offering different cocktail variants is a popular approach at many weddings. Tastes are different and should be catered for. When choosing a cocktail, the question arises as to which flavors should be represented. Fruity, tart or a little sweet?
The classic among them is the Gin & Tonic . Dr. Jaglas offers a high-quality gin to match.
Gin and Tonic
- 2-4cl Navy Gin
- Top up with dry or herbal tonic
- 1/2 lime
- Method: Built in Glass
- Glass: Highball
- Ice: ice cubes
- Garnish: lime slice
More delicious cocktails made from Dr. Jaglas can be found here .
Don't forget the soft drinks
The last important tip is, don't forget the non-alcoholic drinks ! Your guests will thank you.
Pregnant women, children and other guests who do not drink alcohol should not cut corners on their wedding day. Our recommendations are the alcohol-free aperitifs from Dr. Jaglas . Serve these as spritz drinks. Guests who like the tart-sweet taste will especially love the Aperol alternative “ Hibiskus Spritz ”.
- 2-4cl Herber Hibiskus (alcohol-free)
- Top up with non-alcoholic Prosecco
- Method: Stir
- Glass: wine glass
- Ice: ice cubes
- Garnish: rosemary
Your wedding guests will be thrilled!
Favors for your wedding guests
If you are looking for the right gift for your wedding guests, you should check out the products from Dr. Check out Jaglas!
The artichoke elixir in its 50 ml bottle is perfect as a gift. Placed on the table, the elixir is an eye-catcher and puts a smile on the guests' faces. The unusual design of the bottle as well as the entire branding of the brand meets the requirements for high-quality guest gifts .
Advice for Dr. Jaglas products at your wedding
Here you will find the appropriate quantities for preparing the Limello Spritz, Herbi Spritz and Gin Tonic. (calculated at 4cl per drink)
Number of wedding guests
Number of bottles of Dr. Jaglas