Lapponia Finnish liqueurs
Hand-picked berries from the untamed Northern woods are used to make Lapponia Liqueurs. The berries provide the liqueurs with all of their flavour and wonderful scents thanks to unique manufacturing techniques. Lapponia Liqueurs' exceptional quality is built upon centuries-old production practices.
In 1867, Czar Alexander II authorised Anders Nordfors, the company's founder, to produce alcoholic beverages. This Finnish berry liqueur tradition is still carried out in Turku, Finland, by Lapponia Liqueurs. Lapponia, which translates to "Lapland" in Latin, refers to the arctic region.