Discoveries at the Jungle Oktoberfest Edition: Gerolstiner Mineral Waters and Dallmayr Coffee

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Oktoberfest has a rich history dating back to 1810, when Crown Prince Ludwig married Princess Teresa of Sassonia-Hildburghausen. They invited all of the citizens of Munich to attend the celebration, which was held in the fields in front of the city gate. From that year on it became an annual celebration, which then evolved into the Oktoberfest that we know today.

Now, Oktoberfest is celebrated around the world. Coincidentally, Cincinnati actually hosts the second largest Oktoberfest second only to Munich itself! Since we have such a deep German heritage here in Cincinnati, we thought taking some time out this month to celebrate would not just fun and educational, but delicious, as well!


Gerolsteiner – Mineral Waters

​Offering both sparkling and still versions of this incredible mineral water, Gerolsteiner is the number 1 sparkling mineral water in the world! Lively and refreshing, the water itself comes from the Volcanic Eifel region, this soft and pleasantly drinkable water is a great way to stay hydrated and enjoy something unique.

Where you can find these: Fairfield Location: Orange 20 // Eastgate Location: Yellow 6

Did you know? If beer isn’t your thing there is one tent dedicated to Wine at Oktoberfest in Germany.

Dallmayr – Coffee

​Dallmayr is one of the best known coffee brands in Germany. They roast approximately 57,000 tons of coffee every year, or about 114 MILLION pounds. They also boast over 115 different types of tea.

​Where you can find these: Fairfield Location: Orange 20 // Eastgate Location: Yellow 6

Did you know? Oktoberfest in Munich is so large that it has its own post office complete with special edition stamps!

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