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October 3, 2009

Kotanyi Paprika Noble Sweet Spice

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Since 1881 Kotanyi is Austrias most important spice manufacturer. The passion for spices is still Kotanyis key to the magnificent success as it was in its early years.

Kotanyi Paprika Noble Sweet is mild and tastes quite fruity with an aromatic character. This kind of spice can be used in egg dishes, fish and curd, and as well as goulash, chicken dishes and also tomato soups.

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Kotanyi Paprika Spice Hot

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Since 1881 Kotanyi is Austrias most important spice manufacturer. The passion for spices is still Kotanyis key to the magnificent success as it was in its early years.

Kotanyi Paprika Spice Hot guarantees a fiery aroma and can be used for chicken dishes, bread spreads, goulash, tomato soup and hotpots.

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June 24, 2007

Beer Vinegar Rattenberg

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Beer vinegar is not made for beer drinkers. You can use beer vinegar to refine your meals and salads. This kind of beer vinegar is manufactured in a little private brewery in the Tyrolean village Rattenberg.

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January 30, 2007

Horseradish Mautner Markhof Kren

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The horseradish belongs to the family of Brassicaceae plants and is manufactured and sold in Austrias as “Kren”.

Kren is a speciality which has enormous popularity in Austria. Especially during cold snacks or meals a good portion of Kren should not be missing.

The unchallenged number one of horseradishes in Austria is the Kren of Mautner Markhof. The traditional Viennese company manufactures Kren how it should taste: spice and hot, and always made of the best ingredients in premium quality.

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