Sour apple liqueur "Iduns gift"; goddess of youth and spring; 22% vol.; in the 16,91 fl oz (500 ml) bottleOrder number: 92.235
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Idun, the goddess of youth and spring, gave this liqueur its name.
Idun is the consort of the god Bragi, who won her over with a song. Idun is the guardian of the golden apples, which give the gods eternal youth and thus immortality. Your tree is the apple tree.
When Loki was robbed by the giant Thiazi, he only wanted to release him if he delivered Idun along with her golden apples. When this happened, the gods began to age and forced Loki to free the robbed from the giant's power. Loki, dressed in Freya's hawk robe, turned the prisoner into a nut and brought her back to Asgard, chased by the giant in the shape of an eagle, from whom the refugees only escaped by a hair. Thiazi was killed by the Ases by burning his wings.
- Bottle contents: 16,91 fl oz (0.5 liters)
- Alcohol content: 22% vol.
Manufacturer / responsible for food: Nordwelt Versand GmbH, An der Windmühle 1, D-31079 Sibbesse
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