"Gdansk Goldwater" sounds incomparably noble. In fact, flakes of real gold float in this high-proof liqueur. The recipe for the herbal liqueur is said to have been invented by a Dutch immigrant, a religious refugee, as early as the 16th century in Gdansk and produced in the house "Der Lachs". Hence the name "Der Lachs" or "In the Salmon".
We are content with the noble shine of the old labels that never reached the bottle, but our magnet. We stick it on the fridge and it looks much classier.
The strong magnets measure 8 by 7.2 cm and are covered with bookbinding linen in different colours.
Each of these objects from Cornelia Kurtz's workshop is unique. Rummaged up by Cartobook in forgotten cardboard boxes and drawers, the individual paper antiques are now appearing in public and seem as fresh now as they did when they were made and distributed with care.
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