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Taste Of Tradition And Luxury

Switzerland is a veritable paradise on Earth. That is undeniable. When travellers visit this paradise, they would also like to taste the best Swiss flavours, to match the level of fantasy it creates. Switzerland does have some of the best products that are luxurious and make travellers feel high class

OONA – PURE SWISS ALPINE CAVIAR

At the foot of the Bernese High Alps lies the Tropenhaus Frutigen, the production site for Oona, pure Swiss Alpine caviar. Mountain water, fish farming and a tropical garden – a harmonious trio under one roof and with three times the appeal, along with an innovative energy concept.

Oona is the first Swiss caviar produced from sturgeon bred in naturally warm mountain spring water. “Oona”, derived from Celtic, means uniqueness and genuineness, so it’s no wonder that you are able to feel the exceptional nature of each grain of caviar.

BREGAGLIA CHEESE OF SWITZERLAND

An entire country is dedicated to producing high-quality cheese. Dairy farmers lead their cows up the Swiss mountainsides each spring, encouraging them to graze in the meadows and natural pastures. The cows thus trim and fertilise the fields, which keeps the Swiss countryside looking as vibrant and green as a postcard.

This practise also ensures that all dairy products in Switzerland are sourced from grass-fed animals. Milk from grass-fed animals is more flavourful than conventional milk, which makes for better cheese.

Authentic to the Val Bregaglia, a valley pass that connects Italy and Switzerland, Bregaglia cheese is slightly sour and has a stunning natural rind. This cheese’s uniquely delicate flavour can only be produced in the Val Bregaglia from milk supplied by local farmers.

THE FAVARGER ETHOS

High standards, an appreciation for both tradition and innovation, the courage to try new things – these are all characteristic that make the Favarger Manufacture stand out, and further supporting this claim is the fact that Favarger has been honoured by all chocolatiers throughout the generations. Favarger has preserved its legacy and knowhow by passing the tradition down to new generations, interweaving it into its new products and combining it with innovation.

Favarger is a Swiss chocolate making company located in Versoix, Canton of Geneva, Switzerland, that was founded in 1826 by Jacques Foulquier.

LINDT, CHOCOLATE PIONEERS

It all began with the opening of David Sprüngli’s small confectionery in Zurich. The business grew quickly, thanks to Sprüngli’s entrepreneurial spirit and passion for chocolate, and Sprüngli soon achieved renown among chocolatiers.

Lindt & Sprüngli is today a household name signifying bliss, quality and chocolate delight the world over. The company has expanded its brand portfolio over the years and ventured abroad, acquiring other chocolate businesses. Despite its global growth, Lindt & Sprüngli maintains its Swiss roots – in fact, the Swiss remain the biggest champions of this brand, with each citizen consuming an average of one Lindor truffle a day.

ALPINE APPEAL: GERMANIER

Swiss wines might not be well-known beyond the country’s borders, but Switzerland boasts a wealth of characterful viticultural areas and many autochthonous grapes.

Few wine lovers are fully aware of Switzerland’s viticultural beauty. This country of Alpine peaks, countless lakes, velvet green pastures and even palm trees boasts some of the world’s most dramatic and breath-taking vineyard vistas. These are wines at their highest level of character and expression, and only the best vineyards – capable of yielding the most noble and concentrated fruit – are selected. Vinification in oak barrels lends them all the complexity and aging potential of wines worthy of the finest occasions.

EDIBLE ALPINE WILD FLOWERS

One of the most wonderful things about hiking through the Alps are the wild flowers. In summer, petals displaying all the colours of the rainbow fill mountain meadows everywhere, and hikers encounter countless different species growing right beside the hiking trails. Wild flowers surely brighten the trail, but did you know that they can also brighten up your salad?

Adding wild flowers to your salad really adds something special. Lettuce forms the base of the salad, while various species of Alpine mountain wild flowers can be added. Rosebay willowherbs, common mallows, harebells, wild thyme and oxeye daisy petals all add their wonderful colours to this delicious salad.

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