Schwermer, "Holunder-Bluten" Dark Chocolate Bar, 50 g
Reviews of purchase Schwermer, "Holunder-Bluten" Dark Chocolate Bar, 50 g
Chocolate bar is dark brown with creamy white filling.
Bar has a characteristic taste of dark chocolate, emphasized by hints of liqueur from elderberry flowers.
The aroma of chocolate bar a pleasant blend of rich shades of cocoa beans and Buzinova liquor.
Chocolate bar is served with tea and coffee, it can also be used as a light snack.
Chocolate bar "Holunder-Bluten" Dark Chocolate Bar offers an unusual combination of natural dark chocolate, and intriguing liqueur from elderberry flowers. The content of traditional German liquor in bars, the Holunderblutenlikor reaches 2.8%, and cocoa beans - 50%. A special shade of taste truffle stuffing gives concentrate sparkling wine Riesling. The delicacy will be an original dessert with tea or coffee.
Schwermer The company was founded by Henry Schwermer pastry chef in 1894 in Königsberg (Kaliningrad), which at that time belonged to East Prussia. Schwermer trained Pastry at the legendary Café Kranzler in Berlin. The experience, he successfully applied in practice, and its coffee shop and pastry was the best producer of Konigsberg marzipan, fine chocolates and cakes Baumkuchen puff. Puff cakes Schwermer received "gold" at the World Exhibition in 1900.
In 1918, the management of the company Schwermer took over the founder's daughter, Charlotte. After the Second World War, the owners had to leave the city. The new bakery was opened in Bad Wörishofen. The rooms of the restored café Schwermer were extremely small, and in 1968, the son of Charlotte, Dietrich decided to increase and business expansion.
Now Schwermer company occupies production area of 15 thousand sq. M. m. The enterprise manages the great-grandson of Henry Schwermer, Peter Stihl. Made by sweet delicacies are exported to 25 countries. Chocolates Schwermer even managed to conquer space. In 1992, they took on board the station "Mir" German astronaut Klaus-Dieter Fada, and in 1993 they carried out the output into orbit on the shuttle "Columbia" with scientists Hans Wilhelm Schlegel and Ulrich Walter.