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Dr. Jaglas

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For decades, the Jagla family of pharmacists has been producing a high-percentage bitters with the name Kloster-Elixir based on a medieval monastery recipe. The bitter herbs used once grew in monastery gardens and were particularly valued after rich meals. Already in the days of the great-grandparents' colonial goods store Max Jagla, the monastery elixir was very popular as a house specialty with friends, family and regular customers and was carefully refined.

The basis of the monastery elixir (gastric bitters) is in the Pharmacopoea Germanica, the old German Pharmacopoeia. It functions to this day as a valuable reference work for herbalism, quality testing and essential manufacturing steps - also for the further developments to the artichoke elixir, ginseng elixir, maca ginseng elixir, mulled wine herb elixir, sugar-free Dry GIN (seng) and the alcohol-free Hibiscus aperitif (San Aperitivo).

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Eco friendly
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For decades, the Jagla family of pharmacists has been producing a high-percentage bitters with the name Kloster-Elixir based on a medieval monastery recipe. The bitter herbs used once grew in monastery gardens and were particularly valued after rich meals. Already in the days of the great-grandparents' colonial goods store Max Jagla, the monastery elixir was very popular as a house specialty with friends, family and regular customers and was carefully refined.

The basis of the monastery elixir (gastric bitters) is in the Pharmacopoea Germanica, the old German Pharmacopoeia. It functions to this day as a valuable reference work for herbalism, quality testing and essential manufacturing steps - also for the further developments to the artichoke elixir, ginseng elixir, maca ginseng elixir, mulled wine herb elixir, sugar-free Dry GIN (seng) and the alcohol-free Hibiscus aperitif (San Aperitivo).

Social good
Eco friendly
Handcrafted
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