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Baking with body and soul Bread with the Bodabeck’ character. Every day, the traditional baker from Sigmaringendorf supplies us with freshly-baked goods, produced the old-fashioned way. The most important ingredients for the ‘Bodabeck’ also come from the local region: the flour from Gammertingen and Bittelschieß, spelt and wheat for the various whole grain products come from the organic farmer...
Josefslust herbal liqueur
A digestif par excellence: ‘Josefslust’ gets its strength from over 40 exquisite herbs, roots and aromatic forest berries. The recipe is an old, well-guarded secret. Unmistakable in taste, with a fruity flavour, ‘Josefslust’ is just the right thing for a cosy evening. www.josefslust.com
A family tradition since 1897! The brewing of beer in Zwiefalten was first documented in 1521 in the chronicles of the Benedictine monastery. To this day today, this precious, traditional knowledge contributes to the brewing process. www.zwiefalter.de
Lindauer fruit juices
Since 1936, pure natural juices, organic juices, fruit squashes, fruit ‘schorle’ (juice with carbonated water) and ciders have been pressed and bottled in Lindau. The juicy apples, cherries, damsons, currants and pears of the Lake Constance region guarantee the high quality of the local fruit juices. www.lindauer-fruchtsaefte.de
Graf zu Königsegg-Aulendorf
The roughly 200 ha of farmland consist of 150 ha of arable land and 50 ha of grassland. All the farmed areas are managed from the Stefansreute estate near Königseggwald. Cereals, rape and maize are grown on the arable land. Since 1989, about 100 Galloway cattle have been put out to pasture on the grasslands from April to November...
Mozzarella from Hohentengen
The milk for the mozzarella is provided by our partner Ernst Mayer on the Hagelsburg in Hohentengen. His dairy farm produces especially tasty milk. Our local mozzarella is made fresh on a daily basis in our small cheese dairy without the use of preservatives. The milk is no more than 8 to 12 hours old at the beginning of...
Fürst von Hohenzollern wild game
Wild game from the Fürst von Hohenzollern fields and forests. The Fürst von Hohenzollern group of companies manages a total hunting area of 20,000 hectares. Approximately one third of this area is hunted and managed by the owners themselves. As partners of the House of Hohenzollern, we market a portion of the game in our guesthouse and can therefore...
Lautertal ice cream
The Bachmann family from Hayingen/Indelhausen in the beautiful Lautertal valley began specialising in the production of dairy ice cream and sorbets in 2002. Experts and connoisseurs appreciate the great care that goes into their ice cream production. Their main concern is to take advantage of the characteristics of the local landscape (UNESCO biosphere area Schwäbische Alb, Lautertal) in order...