Our high-quality ice cream mostly comes from a family-run company in the region, the “Eis vom Bauernhof GmbH”. Petra Höfler is a professionally certified manufacturer of ice cream of the Eisfachschule in Iserlohn. Right from the first moment on, she has placed great emphasis on using high quality ingredients such as whole milk, cream, egg yolks and delicious fruits for her production. The raw products are solely obtained from reputable, long-established suppliers and in a modern production facility that meets all the required hygiene and quality standards, currently about 40 different flavors of ice cream are produced.
Eis vom Bauernhof GmbH
Zirndorfer Weg 9
Our wines come from the winery Hermann Dereser from Stammheim am Main, directly at the foot of the Eselsberg, which is known for its excellent wines. The family business is in the seventh generation and has received numerous renowned prizes, most recently two of three stars at the AWC Vienna 2013, the largest wine rating in the world and five gold medals and seven silver medals at the Franconian Wine Awards in 2013.
Erlengrund-Fischerei in Diepoltsdorf supplies us with freshly caught freshwater fish such as carp, trout and char, smoked trout, eels and carp.
In addition, we always get the best quality fish from the heart of the Upper Palatinate, close to the Czech border. Fish farmer Hans Kraus breeds and processes, for more than 30 years, trout, chars, carp, salmon trout and tench.
Hans Kraus (Teichwirt)
Am Stadtbrunnen 18
In butchery and kitchen we only use pork from regional production from
Bäuerliche Erzeugergemeinschaft Schwäbisch Hall AG
Haller Straße 20
Our venison originates solely from hunters well-known to us with hunting grounds in
and the Upper Palatinate
We receive fruit and vegetables from the Nuremberg Knoblauchsland from our supplier
Königsberger Str. 14
91207 Lauf a. d. Pegnitz
Plums and cherries
Fruit grower from Igensdorf (Upper Franconia)
Farmer Hubert Pinsel
Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz
Transparency in the processing of the coffee, which of course does not grow local, is important to us too. The coffee roaster Henning & Böhm from Landsberg obtain their coffee beans from organic farming. The strict organic certification includes
- Prohibition of genetic engineering
- Prohibition of chemical-synthetic pesticides
- Avoiding the use of mineral nitrogen fertilizers as well as
- Protection of air, soil and water
The gourmet coffee roaster that roasts in traditional drum roasting procedure at the lowest temperatures (180-220 ° C) very, very slowly (about 22-28 minutes), produces excellent coffee qualities – and the difference in taste is considerable.
Gourmet Rösterei Henning Böhm GmbH
86899 Landsberg am Lech
Bread and bakery products
A small village bakery that has used only natural ingredients with no additives over the last 70 years, provides us with the original and famous ”Nuschelberger Landbrote”, cottage loaves made with pure natural sourdough and baked in a stone oven.
Gottschalk Georg Bäckerei
Nuschelberger Hauptstraße 5
91207 Lauf an der Pegnitz