No trip to Austria is complete without enjoying a delicious Mozartkugel. These delightfully rich chocolates are sold everywhere in the country, and are a typical Austrian souvenir. So, why not learn how to make one of the best and most unique chocolates in the world?
Cafe Konditorei Dallmann located in St. Gilgen offers visitors the opportunity to learn how to make Salzburger Mozartkugel. The seminar includes a uniform, a set of even made confectionery balls, coffee and tea or hot chocolate and a piece of Mozart’s journey cake. Participants graduate as Mozartkugel specialists with a diploma.
The original version of the Mozartkugel was invented by Austrian confectioner Paul Fürst in 1890 in Salzburg. Today, there are several varieties of the chocolates available.
Mozartkugel consists of a core of Marzipan, surrounded by dark and light nougat-crème, and then coated with a layer of dark chocolate.
For more information about the Mozartkugel seminar, visit Cafe Konditorei Dallmann.
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