The company “Aura proizvodi” produces exclusive traditional products such as brandies, jams and other traditional products made of wild herbs and wild fruits picked in an ecologically clean environment on the slopes of the Ćićarija mountain far from roads and inhabited settlements. Starting from production for our own needs, we have developed into a family company putting emphasis primarily on the quality of our products.
Our main goal is that our products have the same quality like the ones of our grandmothers, who had made products at home without any preservatives or artificial ingredients. Our production includes interesting delicacies like jams made of dandelion, blueberry, raspberry, blackberry, fig, plum, cornel and brandies which are aging for three years, half a year in maceration, then settling and being distilled for the next two and a half year up to six times in order to naturally get rid of the sediment. Beside the traditional Biska, Medenica and Teranino, we produce brandies made of sage, cornel, carob, olives and almond, wild pear, wild apple, rose petals, rose hip, forest fruit, peppermint, plum, dried fig, Wild plants, Honey and Mistletoe brandy, Grappa Bianca, Grappa Moscato.
Biska extra is produced from white mistletoe picked exclusively from the apple tree and we are the only company that is producing it on the market. Then there is also the Millefrutti barrique brandy. Our products can be found in better wine shops across Croatia, in delicacy stores, renowned hotels, top restaurants and airports. We also have our own shops in the Istrian Hum, the smallest town in the world, Buzet, the town of truffles where we have the distillery and where the production takes place and in Novigrad. Apart from Istria we have store in Vrbnik on the island of Krk. The “AurA” products have been recognized on the market as a top brand into which a lot of work and an immense amount of love was invested for each of the products; therefore, our slogan corroborates all of the above:
“PICKED BY HAND, PREPARED WITH LOVE.”