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Liqueur production Stift Engelszell

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The fruits of the work of the monks of Stift Engelszell visitors can enjoy, shop and take home. The monastary has always been famous for its liqueurs. Especially digestible is the "Magenbitter". The recipe of the herbal mixture acquired by the Engelszeller Trappisten 1929 from a Swiss pharmacist - and it is still top secret. Since then, the monks have expanded their assortment of liqueurs again and again.



Contact

Liqueur production Stift Engelszell
Stiftstrasse 6
4090 Engelhartszell

Phone: +43 7717 801027
Mobile: +43 664 8622460
Fax machine: +43 7717 20420
E-Mail: likoererzeugung@stift-engelszell.at
Web: www.stift-engelszell.at

Contact person
Mr Reinhard Moshammer

We speak the following languages

German

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  • Suitable for groups
  • Suitable for single travelers
  • Suitable for friends
  • Suitable for couples

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Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter

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Liqueur production Stift Engelszell
Engelhartszell

The fruits of the work of the monks of Stift Engelszell visitors can enjoy, shop and take home. The monastary has always been famous for its liqueurs. Especially digestible is the "Magenbitter". The recipe of the herbal mixture acquired by the...