A local butcher, András Stéberl, who was born in Bratislava, has created an industrial plant in the beginning of 1930. The development of the plant was primarily based on the conquer of Budapest market, then later he carried out significant exports.
It has become a concept now. Sausage in pairs, with paprika, not hot, at least not for the Hungarians. People of some nations find its taste a little hot because of black pepper, in Hungary even children do not protest about it, even their eyebrows do not run up when they taste it.
Our grandmothers knew only the lumpy liver, which was sliced onto the bread if anything else was made besides black pudding and sausage during pig slaughter. Then in the middle of 80’s the product developer thought of a big one, and dreamt of the liver paste.