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Straight out of the history book
Steep,cobble stone,can be hard to walk
In a nutshell
It's worth a short visit
This store is a very lovely, little, cute shop in the quiet, old town of Bad Wimpfen, where at many different teas can be purchased, and all sort of sweets one can think of. Also very nice souvenirs of the region, and decor are provided at this store. The green cans show a part of that store's tea selection whether it's high English or local lavender tea. All absolutely tempting at least for tea lovers.
Updated Apr 18, 2013
Usually, when you go to a Christmas market in Germany and get a glass of Gluehwein, you pay a deposit for the cup, which you'll get back when you return the cup. In Bad Wimpfen, the market is held on the small and narrow streets and on the market square. It is too narrow to have extra waterpipes laid out to the stalls to do the dishes. So the vendors cannot clean the cups. That's the reason why in Bad Wimpfen you have to buy the cup when you order your Gluehwein of Feuerzangenbowle. You can get it refilled without any problem. You can also bring your own cup from home and have it filled.
Written Dec 7, 2006
During the Christmas market red,mulled wine - Gluehwein - is sold, but also the much stronger Feuerzangenbowle. This is hot orangejuice, in which burning rum is dripping over a sugarcone.It looks very nice, but you should keep in mind that rum doesn't burn unless it has a very high percentage of alcohol. So the Feuerzangenbowle heats you up very fast, but also does some other things to you. Try pronouncing the word "Feuerzangenbowle" after two or three glasses of it. Or you suddenly see fairy tale characters walking around.
Updated Dec 29, 2005