VIROPA Fruit Tea Hüttenzauber In South Tyrol "Hüttenzauber" is an enjoyable get-together at an alpine cottage in the winter. The best time to drink this tea is during the cold season. With its unique, slightly spicy taste, it creates a special atmosphere. Also children love the great taste!
Infusion time: 7 - 8 minutes
Viropa is a renowned manufacturer of tea and herbal blends based in Bressanone, a town in the Italian province of South Tyrol. The company was founded in 1978 by Josef Kerschbaumer and has been producing high-quality teas natural ingredients ever since.
Viropa attaches great importance to the quality and purity of its products and uses only natural ingredients without artificial additives. The herbs and tea leaves used are carefully selected and come mainly organic cultivation. The tea bags are environmentally friendly and biodegradable.
The company offers a wide range of teas, including classic varieties such as black, green and herbal teas, but also special blends such as Ayurveda and wellness teas. Viropa attaches great importance to the use of local herbs and spices the South Tyrol region, such as mountain mint, yarrow and gentian.
Viropa is now internationally known and exports its products to many countries worldwide. The company is also an important employer in the region and is committed to sustainable production methods and environmental protection.
Orange bitter marmalade 340 gr. - Buongargano
Lemon marmalade 340 gr. - Buongargano
VIROPA Mulled Wine Spice The preparation of mulled wine during the cold seasons has a long tradition in South Tyrol. The composition of the ingredients follows an old recipe "Grandma`s times". The ingredients provide this drink with a special touch.
VIROPA Stinging Nettle ORGANIC The leaves of the upper herb tips of the Urtica dioica L., of the large nettle, are picked May to July and then dried for the production of tea. Nettle leaves and herbs are amongst the most widely used household remedies of all tim.
For the gourmets among us, the delicious wild boar ham is recommended. The meat of the wild boar is not comparable to that of the domestic pig. It is aromatic and dark red in colour. Furthermore, the meat is leaner and firmer than that of the domestic pig.