Good Things from the Region
Goethe already knew that "good things are so close". He is right. So much good grows and thrives in our homeland. And our industrious neighbors conjure up tasty and sweet delicacies from local produce that are a real treat for the palate. So, help yourself - fresh supplies of regional "superfood" are available daily from our favorite suppliers.
Organic Bread and Pastries from Bauer Bakery | Mühlbach am Hochkönig
The Bauer Bakery is a traditional business and has been in family hands for three generations. Wolfgang Bauer, the grandfather of the current owner of the same name, started the bakery in 1908. From the beginning, the family has placed great emphasis on quality and regionality and continues to implement this philosophy today. Today, with 13 shops in the region and 72 employees, the Bauer Bakery is the only certified organic bakery in the region and the bearer of the AMA Handicraft Seal as well as the AMA Seal of Quality. The delicious and healthy breads are made yeast-free and without chemical additives. This gives the baked goods more flavor and keeps them fresh for a long time. At SEPP, however, the delicious bakery products don't last as long and are eaten while still smelling fresh at brunch. Fortunately, there's a daily supply from the bakery of the baker Bauer...
Herbs from Bloom.s | Saalfelden
Bloom.s is the first indoor farm in the Alps, revolutionizing the organic cultivation of fresh culinary herbs and thus assuming a pioneering role in the world of sustainable cultivation methods. The forward-thinking startup, led by awarded chef Lukas Ziesel, master horticulturist and landscape architect Markus Els, and sales professional and businessman Patrick Müller, specializes in innovative and very high-quality microgreens, cresses, edible flowers and herbs, and offers a colorful selection of around 120 varieties in many different colors, shapes and flavors. The healthy, valuable, certified organic and tested quality products are raised under optimal conditions and land freshly harvested on the plates at SEPP for brunch and dinner.
Honey from the Apiary Höttl | Saalfelden
Since Mathilde and Franz Höttl took over the beekeeping in 2002, the two bee friends have been passionate about producing unique and natural honey products. In doing so, the beekeepers have made it their mission to pass on valuable natural products of the highest quality. For an insight into the fascinating world of bees, there is a show hive in the apiary. Therefore, we know exactly how busy the little bees are to produce the best natural honey for our SEPP Brunch.
Bacon and Sausage from the Liebmannhof | Maria Alm
Quiet and sunny, the family-run and about 450 years old farm is located at 950 meters above sea level very idyllic at the foot of the mountains "Steinernes Meer". Surrounded by extensive meadows and forests with a fascinating view of the mountains of the region, the Liebmannhof offers humans and animals a wonderful living environment. The Herzog family runs a genuine, nature-oriented agriculture with passion. The self-produced quality products are healthy and tasty and come fresh from the farm store to the table at SEPP.
Cheese and Milk from the Dairy Pinzgau Milch | Maishofen
Closeness to nature, sustainability and many years of experience: These are the cornerstones for the specialties of the Pinzgau Milch dairy. As an innovative milk processing company, the traditional company from Maishofen stands for an entire region which, thanks to an intact environment, offers ideal conditions for organic and mountain dairy products. The coveted Almsenner cheese specialties are made by hand from fresh mountain farm milk, organic milk and hay milk. Pinzgau Milch is deeply rooted in the region and its traditions. It originated and grew here, because it comes from farmers' associations and still relies on the good milk quality from original, farmed mountain areas. Lived tradition and contemporary processing methods go hand in hand here - and you can taste it!
Jam from the Tyrolean Fruit Kitchen | Assling
The fruit kitchen "Unterweger Früchteküche" is a family business that has been run by the third generation since 1931. It all started with cranberries, before the increasing demand for local jams led to the expansion of the fruit processing plant and the product range. Nestled in the Lienz Dolomites, in an idyllic little East Tyrolean community, the Unterweger Früchteküche thus developed into a regional quality business. To this day, the family attaches great importance to the careful handling of the special scenic environment in order to produce products of the highest quality and special enjoyment.
Organic Eggs from Thomanhof | Saalfelden
Siegfried and Regina Imlauer completely rebuilt their certified organic farm in 2018. Instead of the former dairy farming, the family now focuses on laying hens. Thus, 18 dairy cows gave way to 1,600 domestic chickens. In addition to the generously proportioned laying hen house, the animals have access to an outdoor run in the summer. In winter, they also have access to a winter garden for plenty of exercise. Every morning, the whole family cleans and sorts the fresh eggs by hand before they are turned into delicious egg dishes at the brunch buffet at SEPP.
Organic Muesli from Verival | Langkampfen
The Tyrolean Biomanufaktur is one of Austria's leading manufacturers of organic breakfast products and is considered a pioneer of the breakfast boom with a unique product range. The young brand with a long organic tradition carefully processes only high-quality ingredients - some even from its own organic contract farming - into unique breakfast products in a modern manufacturing plant. The recipe: premium-quality organic ingredients from controlled organic cultivation, mixed with great care and dedication to create deliciously balanced, diverse breakfast creations. It takes time, but that's how every bowl ends up looking great, smelling fabulous, and most importantly: It tastes simply delicious!