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    Aesthetics of Court Livery and Folk Costume

    https://www.thetasteofgermany.com/al...bs-11-2-fl-oz/

    About 12 hours ago, I drank Almdudler for the first time and saw this on its can:


    Other than naturally enjoying my refreshment, I was initially taken aback by the imagery employed. Does anybody else see what looked immediately to me like a Spanish or Mexican fashion? My theory is that Habsburgs developed a similar aesthetic throughout their realms, as a sort of livery and this was adopted by the commons. The most telltale sign is in the hats worn, as I can envision them fitted with fringe as the figures dance with castanets.

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    Very cute drawing. These traditional images inspire more credibility in the product. It seems like it has been in production for so many years and the like. Not a bad marketing ploy.

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