A light tonic with the aromatic power of northern Italian mountain peaks. Yarrow and wild lichen, carefully collected by hand, give this special soda its unique flavor. The pinnacle of refreshment.
The Sicilian Countryside is the prime example of a soda with sense. For the fine tart tonic, Lippia Citriodora, also known as lemon bush or lemon verbena, is collected in addition to wild rose. The former is an invasive plant in Sicily, so the collection helps maintain a balanced flora here as well. And it just tastes fabulous, so a definite win-win for everyone.
The main actor in this surprisingly exotic-tasting soda from the nomadic workshop of Selvatiq is the aromatic fig leaf. Fresh, fruity and yet somehow full-bodied, a mind-boggling taste experience!
Anyone who has ever walked through a coniferous forest in spring is sure to be familiar with them: the bright, light green shoots of the spruce. They give the Alpine Forest its unmistakable, tangy-fresh aroma. What we find particularly beautiful: the fresh branches of the fragrant conifer are collected where the forestry authorities place them or where they fall naturally to maintain the forest’s natural balance.