The best to eat: for the small hunger in between, for the exuberant celebration with friends, savory and sweet. "Aus dem Hinterland" has brought together for you high-quality foods that come from special, owner-managed manufactories. Oils, spices, salt and pepper, pasta and rice, sauces and mustard, pestos and spreads. And of course for those with a sweet tooth: sweet snacks with a good conscience.
Ready for a new world of taste? We’ve put together a great selection of outstanding spirits for you. From the best distilleries near and far.
Edition of the best distillers of Bavaria
The minds behind the concept store “from the hinterland” have been searching for the perfect combination of quality and aesthetics for years. Now they have gone in search of really good spirits. The result is the edition of the best distillers in Bavaria.
All good things come from above
Located in an exposed position on the Domberg, the Diözesanmuseum Freising is known far beyond Bavaria and Germany for the innovative power of its exhibitions on Christian art. The DIMU museum store holds for the visitors many specialties from first-class manufactories, which bring old traditions and forgotten customs to new life.
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The gin of your life
Amuerte – until death. The fourth generation Belgian family business was looking for an excellent ingredient for their gin. In the depths of the Colombian rainforest, they found what they were looking for: Coca leaves.
Unadulterated taste and the best ingredients. Professional chefs and kitchen heroes rave about the products of Torsten Pistol from Lower Saxony. For hardcore moments of pleasure.
The traditional liqueur company Il Re dei Re from Livorno produces liqueurs and spirits with purely natural ingredients and according to traditional liqueur recipes.
Ghost tales for adults
Like a little fairy tale, Fräulein Brösel presents itself to us through the dreamy bottle design. Fräulein Brösel’s schnapps awakening, in apricot, rowan or hazelnut, invigorates every single sense and gives strength for the next, fabulous adventures in real life.
Pure pleasure from Greece
The Zervaki family has been producing olive oil in the small village of Zakros in eastern Crete since about 1890. Meanwhile, the offer has expanded with super delicious specialties and classics from all over Greece.
brandy, schnapps and liqueur by Stilvol
You can’t revive old craftsmanship in a more stylish way. Schnapps and liqueur, as good as before because they are still distilled in the same way: Stilvol unites small distilleries from Baden-Württemberg in Germany and sends them out into the world. read more…
Fox Fitzgerald, along with Eamon Jones and Aidan Smith, had many years of experience in distilling Scotch whisky. Now they have delighted us for the first time with a rum.
Rum full of sun, beach and sea
The Liquor Company from Berlin expresses its love for rum with great care: from the selection of producers to distribution and design.
Whiskey from the Highlands
Nc’Nean goes back to the real and good basics in the production of their excellent whiskey and gin: Scottish barley malt, yeast and water from their own spring, refined with local herbs, sustainably packaged.
Harald Herzog spent about five months tasting and testing until the Bayerol recipe was complete. It is produced in a small manufactory on the Moselle.
Four friends and a gin
In the beginning there was the desire for a gin whose flavors are composed of fine, thoughtful, precise mosaic stones
The four friends Tim, Andranik, Fabian and Simon created it together.
By the way, from Mesano there is still the wonderful, alcohol-free gin Mesano Dry SIN.
The craft beer punks from Scotland
With the best beer in the world and, most recently, quite exquisite spirits. The task is still the same as in the early days: to convey to other people the passion for great drinks.
Herbal bitters according to ancient recipes
These excellent herbal bitters come from the Jagla family of pharmacists in Wuppertal. Handcrafted from crushing to bottling, the dark brown glass protects the precious elixirs.
By the way, Dr. Jaglas also offers the wonderful non-alcoholic aperitif Herber Hibiskus.
Grain and liqueurs with tradition
Whether pure or mixed with Prosecco and Tonic Water to an extravagant Aperó. The liqueurs are produced by Tanja and Johannes Dieckmann in their traditional manufactory in the tranquil town of Helmstedt in Lower Saxony.
Liqueurs from the Hanseatic League
Started as a small crowdfunding, NORK is now indispensable from any bar and surprise us again and again with their loving creations.
Two siblings for the grain
It goes without saying that the siblings Theres and Georg Glitz-Ehringhausen are masters of the grain distillery. But in the same way the distillery produces excellent liqueurs or gins.
A vermouth for the first place
Helmut takes gold: a vermouth that has well deserved its numerous awards. Based on the best Palatinate wine, the selected tincture of herbs, spices and fruits unfolds its perfect taste.
Vodka and tea in impressive combination
Japan is a fascinating country: the nature, the culture, the traditions; and in the middle of it all, Paul and Marc, who lose themselves in tea.
“As a new dad, I’ve learned one thing: time with family and friends is irreplaceable. And it’s for those special moments that Papa’s Herbs exists,” says founder Tom.
The best of the Caribbean
Two friends from Munich created with Tiki Lovers rum blends that unfold pure or mixed the full-bodied expanse of the Caribbean. Jamaican rum serves as the basis for the rum blends.
Well roared, Leonista
The agaves grow in controlled organic cultivation in the semi-desert Karoo in South Africa. Produced in the traditional Mexican process, the agave spirit acquires its characteristic smoky aroma.
Drink good and do good
Quarantini was created to help the gastronomy in the Corona crisis. And Quarantini remains a social gin: with each bottle, one person in a developing country is supported with drinking water for one year.
By the way, from Quarantini there is still the wonderful, alcohol-free gin Quarantini Virgin.
All beginning a winery
Wajos is a family business that began as a winery and has always expanded its range. The name Wajos is a tribute to the founder of the family estate on the Moselle fourteen generations ago: Walter Josef Oster.
The king among tequilas
Rey Jaguar, an excellent tequila from Mexico, confidently inscribes itself in a great line of tradition. For the jaguar was and is associated with grace, power and royal rule.