Luhačovice herb is a liqueur, which is produced from 13 types of herbs, spices and herbaceous shoots from the surrounding forests. It is known that herbs have a favourable effect on the digestion and improve the function of the respiratory tract. This original recipe contains, among others, mullein flower, chamomile, peppermint, wormwood, cumin, cinnamon, cloves and orange peel.
It got its name from a local spa, located near Vizovice. Here is has become an integral part of the spa atmosphere.
With its exceptional smoothness, delicate aroma of herbs and bittersweet herbal flavour, Luhačovice herb was awarded the gold medal in the Siesta food exposition in Prague in 1996.