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Darbo Apricot 200g

22.08.2012 11:03 - Margaret Stauffer

This is definitely the best apricot jam we have ever tried. I bought it during a special European food fair in El Corte Inglés (Valencia, Spain) and since we have tried it, I have been looking for a way to purchase it. I returned to El Corte Inglés to buy more, but to no avail, as it was sold out. I then started to lookin gourmet shops to see if I could find some, but no luck! Finally, I found your website and I can now buy it! The apricot jam is fabulous! The high fruit content is evident when spreading it on toast. It is neither too sweet nor too tart as other jams can sometimes be. I am also planning on using it when I make my next Sachertorte, in which the filling must be apricot marmelade. I also think that this jam would be great for accompanying certain meat dishes, as it is not overly sweet. I am also interested in trying other fruit jams from D´Arbo, especially the blueberry jam for my cheesecake recipe. I am looking forward to trying more of your products in the future and I highly recommend D´ Arbo jams!

Almdudler 24x0,5l

21.08.2012 11:49 - vikas thapar

Went to austria ona vaccation, my son's friend told jim to have alam dudler, wee had it ,its an amazing drink, we carried some wid us to dubai, now want more, just can't live without alamdudler.

Mozart Gold

21.08.2012 04:42 - Diane Hauschildt

I bought a tiny bottle of this when I was in Austria and tried it wh.en I got back to Colorado. I loved it and am sorry I didn't buy more! So, with that said I will order on line

Almdudler 4x2l

21.08.2012 02:47 - Karen Stankiewicz

I was an au pair in Germany, and the host family took me on a ski vacation in Bavaria. While there, they insisted that I try this drink! At first, I didn't notice anything special about the flavour, but the more I drank it, the more I loved it! I was really sad when I could not find it where I was living, but then I went to visit my friend who was an au pair in Austria, and found it there again! I tried to stock up on it while I knew where I could find it, but I drank through it quicker than I thought I would. At the end of my contract with the family, I flew to London, not knowing when I would ever find it again. Luckily, while trekking through Europe in the weeks leading up to going home, I found it again in Germany and Austria. My suitcases were already so incredibly stuffed that I couldn't fit much more in them, but I managed to bring back 2 0.5L bottles. I drank one almost right away once I got back to Canada, and the other had been sitting in my fridge for so long, because I was waiting to give it to my friend once she got back from Austria. She said it was the nicest thing anyone has ever done for her. I'm glad I gave it to her, but now I really want more! Though I wish I could find it in Canada, buying it online is the closest thing I've got.

Ottakringer Beer Can

21.08.2012 00:01 - Sam

The Ottakringer Brewery was opened in 1837 by the master miller Heinrich Plank under the name of Planksche Brauerei, after the ruling diocese of Klosterneuburg had granted approval for brewing. In 1850, it was taken over and expanded into a large brewery by the cousins, Ignaz and Jakob Kuffner from Lundenburg. Within ten years, the production increased from 18,318 hl to 64,183 hl. When Kaiser Franz Joseph ordered that the city walls be pulled down and a large number of residential building began to be built, the Ottakringer Brewery grew as well. A new fermentation cellar and a larger warehouse went into operation. Around 1890, the production was already at about 170,000 hl. Moriz von Kuffner, the son of Ignaz von Kuffner, took over the brewery in 1882 and increased the production to over 350,000 hl in the last year before the war, a quantity which was not again reached between the World Wars. Before the First World War in 1905, Kuffner converted the brewery into a joint-stock company. Even before the annexation of Austria by Nazi Germany, Moriz von Kuffner was forced to sell his business because of his Jewish background. It was sold for a rather low price of 14 million Austrian schillings (about 36 million euros at today's values) to Gustav Harmer, who was also forced out of the business for two years after the war. After the liberation by the Allies, the brewery was temporarily managed by the Russians, before the Harmer family managed to legally prove their purchase and again manufactured 150,000 hl as of 1955. The heirs of Moriz von Kuffner, who had died in Zürich in the meantime, were compensated because of their explusion and the threats of the Nazi regime, which had led to the sale of the business to the Harmer family.

Kaiser Doppelmalz

20.08.2012 21:56 - Manfred Johann

Wir Fahren jedes Jahr ins Stubaital und holen uns 7 Kisten Kaiser Doppelmalz mit nach Hause, es wäre ja gut wenn man das Dopellmalz auch in Deutschland bekommen würde.So müßen wir uns das Bier einteilen.

Milka Chocolate Hazelnut 5x100g

20.08.2012 10:03 - shashwat

will you ship milka to delhi, india?

Mozart Black

18.08.2012 20:12 - Teresa Garcia

I first tried this product in Salzburg, Austria while I was visiting from the United States. Immediately, I was blown away by the quality of the dark chocolate liqueur. The other two were also impressive, but I quickly took to the Dark. I have tried chocolate alcohol in the past and none seem to measure up or deliver the taste I was looking for. From the first taste of Mozart Black I knew that no other chocolate alcohol would be good enough anymore. It is clear that the ingredients chosen are only the best. It is one of the few liqueurs I have had that can be enjoyed straight. As good as it is right out of the bottle, it truly shines when mixed with your choice of drink or food. Some of the more popular choices include whiskey, orange liqueur, or even ice cream. Anything that could normally be topped with chocolate will go well with this liqueur. If you are a chocolate fanatic like myself there is no reason that you would not enjoy this drink. I can not recommend this enough and truly believe that the Mozart chocolate line is some of the best chocolate available on the market today.

Mozart Black

18.08.2012 20:10 - Teresa Garcia

I first tried this product in Salzburg, Austria while I was visiting from the United States. Immediately, I was blown away by the quality of the dark chocolate liqueur. The other two were also impressive, but I quickly took to the Dark. I have tried chocolate alcohol in the past and none seem to measure up or deliver the taste I was looking for. From the first taste of Mozart Black I knew that no other chocolate alcohol would be good enough anymore. It is clear that the ingredients chosen are only the best. It is one of the few liqueurs I have had that can be enjoyed straight. As good as it is right out of the bottle, it truly shines when mixed with your choice of drink or food. Some of the more popular choices include whiskey, orange liqueur, or even ice cream. Anything that could normally be topped with chocolate will go well with this liqueur. If you are a chocolate fanatic like myself there is no reason that you would not enjoy this drink. I can not recommend this enough and truly believe that the Mozart chocolate line is some of the best chocolate available on the market today.

Mirabell Mozartkugeln 100pcs

18.08.2012 17:51 - Miguel

I had tasted these Mozart chocolate balls before thanks to some friends that brought them after going to Austria on vacation. When I decided to go to Vienna myself I knew I had to buy some too. I never thought they would be so popular. You can get them anywhere and in all types of boxes and souvenirs. Definitely this is one of my best memories of Austria

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