Grether’s Pastilles were first created over 150 years ago in London under the name Allen & Hanbury Ltd., quickly rising in popularity for their intense fruity flavor, unique soft and dissolving texture, and ability to soothe sore throats and strained voices. Word of the pastilles reached far and wide Europe – bringing them to their current home in Switzerland, where they became what are known as of late as Grether’s Pastilles. Whilst the name has changed, the formula has not. To this present day, the pastilles are fashioned with the same original recipe and attention to detail that used to be used in 1850. Vegetable glycerine alleviates mouth dryness and creates a protective film around vocal cords. Handpicked berries offer natural soothing effects and bold flavors. Combined with other thoughtfully and purposefully sourced ingredients, each single pastille is aged for 15 weeks to develop its soothing effects and unmistakable taste. Loved by singers, performers, and speakers far and wide the world to prevent and soothe strained vocal cords – enjoy a Grether’s Pastille at the first sign of a sore throat or often to keep your voice in optimal condition. Easily stow in a bag, on a desk, or in a drawer for instant relief – or simply to enjoy the bold, intense flavor of a Grether’s Pastille.
GRETHER’S PASTILLES: Handmade in Switzerland and crafted with the original recipe from 1850 – Grether’s Pastilles use top of the range raw ingredients to create the smooth, chewy consistency and signature fruity flavors
3 PACK: A flavor for each craving, this three flavor pack includes a 2.1 ounce tin of sugarfree blackcurrant, redcurrant, and elderflower pastilles
NATURAL REMEDY: Grether’s Pastilles have been trusted by speakers and performers to relieve sore throats, strained voices, dry mouth, and hoarseness for over 150 years
PROTECT YOUR VOICE: Glycerine sourced from top of the range vegetable oils alleviates mouth dryness and creates a protective film around your vocal cords
ATTENTION TO DETAIL: Several steps in production are still carried out by hand to this present day – pastilles are then aged for 15 weeks to succeed in optimum flavor, consistency, and nutritional benefits