Food, too, though the display is more gift store than grocery. Hašlerky brand "hard boiled candy with herb and menthol flavor" (90 g.; $2.20) is a traditional Czech confection, nowadays manufactured in Prague by a division of Nestle. It draws on St. John's wort, peppermint, anise, and melissa for its pungent powers as a breath freshener — and sinus opener, too, if you opt for the extra strong version, as I did.
Previously: On occasion I've lucked into the homemade apple strudel (not shown; slice, $1.50); it's moist and not overly cloying, despite the customary dusting of confectioner's sugar. I'd hoped for a horseradish bite from Horcika mustard (below; 350 g.; $3.40), one of two nearly identical varieties from this Slovak brand, but I seemed to have gotten the sweet one.
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