Over two centuries of tradition
The legend tells that in 1817, in England, a monk named William of Doncaster prepared herbalteas and tisanes to help its brothers treating seasonal diseases.
By mixing menthol and eucalyptol, he developed a candy with a full and intense flavour, which combined balsamic benefits with the pleasure of a long-lasting freshness. This practical, yet efficacious remedy could be used for every occasion, also outside the abbey. Therefore, it was used to treat a growing number of people.
Very soon, people started talking about the incredible candy created by the monk and a growing number of people started to like it.