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A Finnish liqueur flavoured with lingonberries, which we’re reliable informed are a favourite of Grizzly bears.
This beautifully packaged liqueur is flavoured with buckthorn, a wild berry from Finland’s archipelago.
This Finnish liqueur is flavoured with cranberries harvested in the spring from Finland’s arctic marshlands, which are apparently a delicacy for passing cranes flying north.
This Finnish liqueur is flavoured with cloudberries (hjortron), a rare wild berry that grows in bogs and wetlands and in some Arctic areas. Lapponia is very popular in its home...
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