Reber Mozart Kugel (12pieces) 240 g

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Reber Mozart Kugel (12pieces) 240 g

Reber Mozart Kugel (12pieces) 240 g

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There are different ways to enjoy the Mozartkugeln. Many just plop the whole ball into their mouth and let the layers melt away, whereas others (myself included from time to time) like to eat the outer layers until the center, pistachio marzipan remains. There really is no wrong way to eat them! For example, I eat McDonald’s Big Mac as two, separate burgers (where the bottom half is eaten last) when most likely dig into the whole sandwich with each bite. The best Mozartkugel matches perfectly with a good, blended coffee. Whether you’re going for a sweet afternoon The most famous among them is, without a doubt, Reber’s Constanze Mozartkugel . Named after Mozart’s wife, it utilizes milk chocolate instead of dark chocolate for the candy coating.

The world famous chocolate confection that originated in Salzburg, Austria in 1890 in honor of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart! Filled with marzipan, pistachio and nougat, they are irresistibly delicious. This homemade Mozartkugel recipe will give you everything you need to create these incredibly decadent chocolates entirely from scratch! Store your Mozartkugeln in an airtight container in the fridge where they will keep for a couple of months.

What are Mozartkugeln?

But did you know that Mozart chocolate isn’t a specific singular candy but comes in many varieties? It was likely supposed to be, and its inventor certainly intended it to be. And yet, these days, there are over a dozen companies that manufacture the iconic candy, each giving it its own unique spin. The second is a bit more prosaic: the height of Paul Fürst’s career came at a time when naming things after Mozart was a tried-and-tested trend. Po uvedení výrobku na trh vroce 1890 byla tato specialita vyráběna jako kopie i vjiných cukrárnách vSalcburku, např. vdnes stále existující cukrárně Holzermayr und Schatz. Jedna znich – založená roku 1880 Carlem Schatzem – začala tento výrobek prodávat vroce 1900 poprvé jako Mozartkugel. [1] Práva ke značce [ editovat | editovat zdroj ]

It might sting a little, but Reber Mozart chocolate is currently undoubtedly the market leader. Reber puts out over 180 million candies every year , which is about half a million candies every single day .

If you are interested in the history of food, I also wrote an article about the origins of the Brussel sprouts and about the first banana. Extra: How the Mozart candy (Mozartkugeln) is made The Mozartkugeln are a way for me to remember the many, many good memories of my family’s time in Vienna, and I hope that they will eventually catch on in popularity in the United States like Nutella, a staple in Austrian school breakfast, finally did after the early 2000s. Where To Buy The stinging must still be there for Austrian, and especially Salzburg-based confectionery companies, but yes. Courts have spoken, so Reber Mozart chocolate candies are undoubtedly as authentic as Fürst, Mirabell, Hofbauer, etc.

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