The Zwack Museum tells the story of Unicum, the Hungarian herbal liqueur concocted by Dr. Zwack, royal physician to the Habsburg Emperor. A blend of more than 40 herbs, the formula has been a closely guarded secret of the Zwack family which produces the bitter to this day. The museum also showcases a collection of 17,000 miniature alcohol bottles.
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