History

For centuries there has been a traditional gift for newlywed queens and kings.

 

It was the Gold Tapli which was prepared by the tribes and different clans for their leaders as a present and sign of appreciation for the honeymoon.  


The pure sweet honey from mountain flowers, apple and pear trees combined with the gold flakes out of clear wild rivers made it a very special gift.

 

It was the ancient symbol for health, wealth and beauty.


In the 19th and 20th century this unique tradition got extinguished and the peoples  forgot about their old tradition.

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