100 pieces Mirabell Mozartkugeln from Salzburg.
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A friend vacationed in Italy 17years ago and brought this chocolate back and gave it to me. I saved the box ( I still have) and have been looking for it in the USA, no luck, found it online. Once you taste this chocolate you will never forget the flavor. Can't wait for my chocolate!
Hola!! Hace años a mi hermana le regalaron una caja de estos bombones y le encantaron, le parecieron la cosa más exquisita del Mundo. Desde entonces siempre que yo pasaba por algún aeropuerto del centro de Europa los buscaba y se los llevaba, era el mejor regalo que le podía hacer, ya que en España no los conseguiamos encontrar, ni en tiendas especializadas ni en aerpuertos ni tan sólo en El Corte Inglés, una gran cadena de centros comerciales. El año pasado no se los pude comprar en ninguna parte y quería montarle una fiesta de cumpleaños maravillosa, así que por enesima vez intenté encontrarlos en España y fue imposible, al buscarlos por internet encontré esta web, y aunque no tenía referencias me decidí a comprar, todo fue maravilloso el paquete llegó muy bien empaquetado, en perfecto estado y en el plazo estipulado, así que en Navidad volví a hacer un pedido, pero esta vez de dos cajas, todo fue muy bien mi hermana encantada de la vida y yo habiendo hecho un buen regalo de Navidad. Así que aquí estoy de nuevo, se acerca el cumpleaños de mi hermana y nuevamente vuelvo a hacer el pedido de dos cajas de estos maravillosos bombones que aun siendo tan pequeños reparten tanta felicidad y momentos dulces. Gracias!!
i was in vienna for a month in april, and had a fabulous time there. i was able to fully enjoy the concerts, operas, and theatres, but the most memorable pleasure for me was the chocolates. i didn't have enough room to carry back the chocolates because i had limited luggage space, and i have been hunting for some for a long time. i've been meaning to try and spread the word to many others, but have not been able to convince others because of no hard bodied evidence. i'm hoping that this chocolate is exactly what i've been looking for. the mozartkugeln has been famous because of its filling inside where they can sometimes have ground pistacchio and caramel inside. simply tastes amazing. would encourage anyone in the future to order some, or rather to go to vienna and have some mozartkugeln along with some cappaccino at a local restaurant. they can melt perfectly in your mouth or serve as something chewable inside. i really can't wait, and a lot of my friends are begging me to offer them some chocolate once i receive it. many thanks in advance to this online store for being able to send this across the ocean for me and my friends!
My son just married a lovely girl from Austria and they had these at the wedding. They are absolutely wonderful and I have to say, I ate more than my fair share. These will make wonderful Christmas gifts for people in the States.
I used to work for a company that had an office in Vienna, and when one of the sales staff visited California, he brought me a small box of Mozartkugeln. Everyone in the office went crazy for them, and every time I've gone to Austria or Hungary, I've brought back several boxes of these delicious chocolates. It's possible to get the other brand here in California, but they're just not the same. It has to be Mirabell! Once, I filled an entire carry-on bag with various types of Mirabell products and everyone I knew got Mirabell chocolates for Christmas that year. There should be a Mozartkugeln Anonymous group for people like me...
I met my to be wife in 1994, and we went on a ski trip in January 1995 to Salzburg where we found what we call Mozart Balls. We travelled to Salzburg because my father was director at the Salzburg Seminar at the time we, we fortunate enough to stay on the fabulous Schloss Leopoldskron where the Salzburg Seminar is situated (http://www.schloss-leopoldskron.com/). Well the Mozart Balls were a magical part of the trip and I am certain it did not hinder my to be wife from falling in love. We brought several packages of Mozart Balls back with us to the States. Of course we can not find them here in the States at all. My father still teaches a course at the Salzburg Seminar every October, and he is under strict instructions to always bring some Mozart Balls back for us. He always gives them to us at Christmas and we share them with the family, but invariably our daughter and son will offer them to their friends and thus we always run short before next October. I am so pleased to have found these at your store and for those of you that think it is just chocolate, think again. Mozart Balls are one of the finest confections you will find in the world. Just don’t let your kids share them :-)
My cousin would visit us from Austria and bring us these chocolates all the time and we would devour them. They are without a doubt the best chocolate out there. Unfortuantely, he hasn't brought them with him the past few years and I have been in search of them. I decided to finally go ahead and purchase them.
My boyfriend from Linz introduced me to Mozartkugeln when we visited Salzburg 3 years ago. Maybe it was the beautiful mountains or my wonderful Austrian boyfriend, but I immediately fell in love with the little chocolate delights of Mozartkugeln. I stocked up on Mirabell Mozartkugeln at the local SPAR back in Linz and brought them back to England for my friends and co-workers to enjoy. Naturally, everyone adored them. The following year, we again stocked up on Mozartkugeln in Austria and brought them to my family while we visited them together in Canada. Here again, the chocolates were a hit. It seems they are an international sensation, fit for even the blandest British or roughest Atlantic Canadian palettes. It is perhaps a good thing for the cardiovascular health of the rest of the world that original Mozartkugeln, upon which one is initially hooked, are only available in Salzburg. Of course, that also makes a fine excuse to visit Salzburg. More recently, my boyfriend and I have become engaged and so obviously we need a fresh supply of Mozartkugeln to give to our wedding guests. And so I find myself writing an essay on my love for both my Austrian fiance and Mozartkugeln in order to save 10 Euro for our wedding treat!
I had tasted these Mozart chocolate balls before thanks to some friends that brought them after going to Austria on vacation. When I decided to go to Vienna myself I knew I had to buy some too. I never thought they would be so popular. You can get them anywhere and in all types of boxes and souvenirs. Definitely this is one of my best memories of Austria
Almost a decade ago I was on a family trip over Europe, my dad and I loved your Chocolates so we went to Salzburg and bought a lot I mean a really lot of them like 7 pakages, does were supposed to last till we go back to mexico and give them as gifts, after that we went to Italy Venice to be precise, we were cgonna stay there for 3 days and my dad put the bag with chocolates inside an old closet on the room of the Hotel after a few minutes on the last day on Venice we were taking the train to Milan when I wanted a chocolate and then bum they were left on the room, on the closet of the Hotel and I was so sad about it!! a few years bak a friend brought me one chocolate back I remember that experience once I tasted!! thank you love your product
I just went to Europe for the first time and stayed in Germany. While I was in Germany, my Aunt had told me about them and suggested that I buy them. I read that they were half marzipan and half pistachio and didn’t really seem interested in them. So as our journey continued to Prague and Bavaria I still couldn’t get myself to buy the Mozartkugeln ( I just wasn’t really feeling the pistachio part of the bon bon.) On my way home I saw these Mozartkugeln at the airport and bought a box to try at home. Boy, were they DELICIOUS!! I bought the box with the dark chocolate bon bons. The pistachio was a pleasant surprise with the marzipan. The pistachios must have been toasted before they were made into the candy because the nuttiness of the pistachios with the marzipan was like magic in your mouth! I am salivating as I am remembering the bon bon. After I had consumed probably half the box, I was really regretting not buying more of them. I have been searching on Amazon and many specialty stores and they were very very expensive. I was thinking I was going to have to go back to Germany instead :D Now I have found them here!! What a wonderful surprise and it will make a great Christmas stuffer.
I got hooked in 1988 when I vacationed in Salzburg/Seeham with my father. Next year I plan to take my boyfriend for a visit.
Rodney A. Reindl
In 1996, my wife and i made a trip, our first, to Germany to visit my cousin and family for the first time.During our visit, we were able to visit Salzberg, Austria for a couple of days where we were introduced to Mozart kugeln. We found them extremely addictive. On each trip subsequently to Germany, we have loaded up on kugeln to the extent that our baggage would hold. Our last trip (concluded 3 days ago) we brought back a number of packages to give as gifts to my Oncologist, our son and daughter And sev eral dear friends. Would that we could have brought back several baggage containers. We hoard what we have but, discovering this website, our hoarding days may well be over! They are one of the most uniq1ue sweets that we have had the opportunity to taste. Those with whom we have shared feel the same. When my oncologist discovered that we were going to Germany and V ienna, Austria, he almost begged that we bring back some of the Mozart kugeln and we obliged. My wife took some down to the senior choral group that she belongs to; the girls were suitably excited and very complimentary (and scarfed them up).
There are certain foods whose flavour encompasses all five taste sensations - sweetness, bitterness, sourness, saltiness and umami (deliciousness and the feeling of a lingering flavour). Mozart Kugeln embraces all of these and in doing so are able to evoke for me a feeling of place. When I mention place, I do not mean a location or site, a city or part of the countryside, but instead I mean a space to which I attach meaning; a place where I feel for one reason or another I belong or some part of my identity has been formed there. This is the case for me with Salzburg. I visited it only once when i was young, and found it to be a beautiful city, with sharp mountains rising up in the background, the air stiff with freshness, and a wondrous, cyan sky that unfolded above us. We seemed to be protected. Our family had travelled to many countries in the world, and each had their individual character. Biting into a Mozartkuglen was like experiencing an entire universe, wrapped in its distinctive golden paper. This little orb signified to me Salzburg and, even today, still reminds me of the Salzburg of my youth and, wider still, the Austria that Salzburg recalls. It is a world in miniature, a taste that triggers memory, place, and imagination.
I discovered these delicious Mozart Kugeln chocolates last christmas when I purchased the gorgeous looking box in our earthquake striken city. Imagine my delight to discover these delicious chocolates inside the delightful looking box. I am what you would consider a conniseur of chocolate from around the world, sampling many of Europe's delights despite living across the other side of the world from these amazing countries. I have a wonderful relative who sends me regular parcels of various chocolates he comes across in his travels through out Europe. He had yet to send me some of these however. When I questioned him about this after discovering these delicious delights he thought he had already sent me some. I have only ever purchased one box from a shop which specialises in chocolates from around the world. After tasting them, of course I needed more. When I went back to get more they had all sold. I questioned the shop owner if he would be importing more but he said not until next christmas. Despite looking everywhere for them I have yet to discover them again in my city. The memory of the chocolates linger in my mind and I look forward to being able to taste and enjoy their parcels of chocolate supreme once again. And now I have discovered this site I can order them for my own delight. Thank you for delivering world wide.
My father visited Austria sometime in the mid 1980s, when I was about 5-6 years old, bringing these ones with him when coming back (together with a heart shaped pillow smelling of lavender for me, which I still have); I can so vividly remember him coming home, to me it seemed very late and I was in my pajamas all set & sorted for bed, when coming home he came into the dining room, standing by the dining table unpacking his luggage, including a round little plastic tub of these Mozartkugeln. To me, back then, the flavor of these confectioneries was rather complex but I remember being very fascinated by the green marzipan and I taught the shape and sort design of the chocolate really wonderful. Nearly ten years later I visited Austria myself, where I myself visited a shop selling Mozart chocolates in all wonderful shapes and forms - the smells, flavors and wonderful vivid colors of this shop is still with me now almost twenty years later (together with the memories of Sachertorte and Vienna coffee). Unfortunately, the availability Mirabell Mozartkugeln is rather limited her in England, where I live now, only online supplies available, have occasionally purchased 'alternative' Mozart chocolates but nothing can compare to Mirabell's kugeln.
I had this 13 years ago when I was in the United states, but still cannot forget the taste of this succulent treat. Have been trying to remember the name and voila only today I remember and start googling it. Wonder if they can ship to Indonesia????
The first time I had this small bundle of luscious chocolate treat was in United States of America during my college years. From the first bite I know that this is what dream was made of. I just could not resist this delicious treats every time we stopped by to the specialty shop near the apartment. During that time as a college student this chocolate ball is quite expensive but believe me if you try once you will never ever stop eating them. I always buy them around 10 - 20 pieces and always hide them from my room mates as I know they like them also. Now I live in Indonesia and believe me I have been trying to find this little bugger every where and just not available. Went to Singapore as well and could not find them. Imagine how happy i am now that you guys are selling this online. I am married now and have one daughter, will let her try as well and we will she if she love this chocolate as much as her father does. I do hope you deliver this to Indonesia because if you don't I really do not know where else to find this.
We are going to be in Austria for our 25th wedding anniversary trip in the Spring. I have heard about these from some friends who have travelled there before. I am very excited to buy some and bring them home for myself and my family!
nice chocolates :)
I work in a multilingual office in Spain and my colleagues and myself travel a lot. Everytime we go on vacation, we always bring sweets, chocolates or drinks that are popular in the country we have visited. That's how I got to know these Mozart chocolate balls a couple of years ago, since everytime one of my colleagues went on a trip to Austria, they always brought many of them. Finally this year I travelled myself to Vienna for a few days and I saw these mozart balls everywhere: souvenir shops, supermarkets, the airport... I ate lots of them and bought them in different packages :) Definitely these are one of the best chocolates I have ever tasted. Unfortunately I have not managed to find any place in my home city where I can get them... I guess they're not that popular abroad yet! So searching the net in order to find out how to buy them and that's how I came across this website. I'm not sure how often I will buy Mozart balls here - I should look after my weight :P - but at least I will get a few soon to sweeten my next Xmas.
I love marzipan and this chocolate goes over and beyond anything I could have ever expect out of a chocolate. The first time I tried this chocolate was as a kid at my grandparents place. They had a mini bar in the living room that was under the key. Sometimes, with whiskey and liquors, they would put there boxes of chocolates from guests. I knew where they held the key, and sometimes, when they would have their afternoon nap, I would check if there is any chocolate in the mini-bar. One time a funny shaped box with Mozart was there. It was unopened-which meant no, but the scent of it was just incredible. I knew there was something good in that box. I remember that afternoon waiting for my grandparents to wake up so that I could ask them for some chocolate. Every minute seemed like an hour. When I finally tried it, it was heaven. I found my perfect chocolate. Since the first time I tried Mozart Kugeln I have been obsessed of trying to find them again. It is somewhat difficult to find them in UK stores so I mostly buy them on airports when travelling. However, I have noticed that there are different versions of the chocolates (from different companies) and it was quite underwhelming to eat this after knowing what the real Mozart Kugeln tastes like! Just perfect.
My wife & I visited Salzburg in June 2012. We had a great time in the city of Mozart & of course, visited all the Mozart related sites. While in Afghanistan, my wife told me that she wanted Mozartkugln for Christmas. I told her it might be something of a challenge as the Afghans aren't known for their Mozartkugln, but she said my daughter had found them online...so here I am.
I was at school in the UK back many years ago and my sister and I spent our holidays when we could using our student Eurailpasses to go all over. As teenagers, we were always interested in different foods, but especially chocolates! When we visited a friend in Dusseldorf, Germany (this was so long ago, it was still West Germany!), she took us shopping at the Krist Kinder marts and we found so many terrific sweets, but the best of all were the Mozart Kugeln.Whenever we were in Germany or Austria, and in fact any time we were in sweet shop or duty-free anywhere on the continent, we would always look for Mozart Kugeln. To say that we rejoiced whenever we found them would be an understatement! Ever since then, when either or both of us have travelled back to Europe, we always look for them, as it is extremely difficult to get them here in the States, which I really don't understand! They are so wonderful, you would think that they would be sold everywhere. The few times my sister or I have found them here in the States, we've been thrilled. We also know which are the best, and they are difinitely here!
Many years ago, when I was at schoo lin the UK, on most of our holidays, my sister and I would use our Eurail student passes to travel around as much as we could. We managed to visit a friend who lived in Dusseldorf, Germany (this was so long ago, it was still West Germany!). SHe took us to all the sightes as well as to a couple of the Krits Kinder Markts, where we found many fun gifts and tremendous sweets, but the best of all were the Mozart Kugeln! We had never even heard of them before where we lived in the UK, and made a habit of any time we travelled on the Continent to get our Mozart Kugeln. Now that we live in the States, it is nearly impossible to find them, which is very sad. The few times we've found them over here, it has always been just around Christmas, and then, for some reason, the shop never gets them back in. Needless to say, I was happy to see that I coul dorder them on line, and will be surprising my sister with a gift of Mozart Kugeln this Christmas (with a few for myself, of course!) Thanks so much!
I first tasted these in Salzburg when I visited with my parents when I was 13 years old. Since then I have never gotten back but I have been fortunate enough to hunt down the liquor and different versions of this unforgettable candy.
My first time in Salzburg was in 1996 when I was studying German at a Goethe Institute in Prien am Chiemsee. We made a group trip there as well as to Vienna. I don't recall if I had my first Mirabell Mozartkugeln on this first visit or on my second visit to Salzburg after I completed my studies at the institute. But I remember how much I liked it and never could get enough of it. While there I also remember buying the Reber brand, and it is was not good. Since then, I have been very careful to remember that I must get the Mirabell which I did on my last trip to Salzburg in 2003. Also, I was so excited to find it in Singapore on my visits there in 1996 and 2001, usually at the airport shops. I have always brought some home with me when I could. It is so wonderful, and I am a chocoholic so it is hard for me to share it with anyone else. I wish it was easier to get here in the US, but I am sure I would gain a thousand pounds eating too much of it. I am so happy to find it in your online shop!!!
I took notice about this chocolate in 2007 when my friend from Germany, came to here, Brazil by first time.He brought many mozartkugeln as a gift. It´s a God´s gift. Very delicious.
Mi madre estuvo en Viena en 1992 y me trajo a casa estos inolvidables bombones Mirabell. 20 años mas tarde le pedí a mi novia que me los trajera porque jamás olvide ese sabor tan especial. Y aquí los tengo, como hace 20 años. Olé. My mother was in Vienna in 1992 and brought me home these unforgettable chocolates Mirabell. 20 years later I asked my girlfriend to bring them because I never forget that special flavor. And here I have, like 20 years ago. Olé.
Ich wohne in Amerika und es ist immer wieder schoen, die guten Sachen aus Oesterreich, besonders zu den Feiertaken, zu kosten un daran zu schleckern, vielen Dank.
Mozart’s make everything better. They serve to bond my husband and my mother; they are the perfect Christmas gift, surprise gift, or decadent treat; they are a guiltless pleasure; they are a little piece of heaven wrapped in gold and adorned with the portrait of a musical mastermind. They are next to impossible to find. There are a few secret places local to me in New York where they can be found … supposedly. And I won’t tell where. First, because I haven’t found them in these places myself, and second, because if I do find them, I want them for myself! Either way the boxes are too small to sufficiently satisfy my taste buds. I need more! Alas, I found the mother hub from where they come. And so now I can order them in bulk! My family and I are gluttons for Mozart’s. Just today my husband said he is craving them and hopes my mom will find some soon. Little does his know she stopped by tonight to drop off a box. In fact, she even dropped off 2 boxes! He will be so excited when he gets home from work! You have not experienced greatness until you taste them. Once you do life will never be the same. Thank you for your delicious creation.
Hello, I am Nina from Canada. I am so addicted to those chocolates, and because they are very difficult to find in my country, I must order from your site. I hope I get to visit your country one beautiful day.
When I was on honeymoon, I tasted Mozart Kugeln, it was so amazing!! I couldn't forget the taste. Luckily, I got the box from one of my friends. The box reminded me my lovely and sweet honymoon. :)
My first teast was in 1980 during family visit to Austeria. I was hooked. Whenever I am traveling I vist the candy stores at the airport to pick Mozart. last week I was presented with the chocalate and decide to secure my supply through the internet.Her I am trying to place the first order.
Mi mujer y yo los descubrimos en nuestra luna de miel en Austria en 1998 y nos encantaron. Ya los hemos comprado más veces por internet y los encargamos a amigos que iban de viaje a Austria.
En 1998 me casé con mi mujer y nuestro viaje de luna de miel fue a Austria. Hicimos un recorrido por Viena, Salzburgo e Innsbruck. Recorrimos el Danubio en un crucero, visitamos los preciosos lagos y montañas y fue un viaje increíble. Descubrimos los bombones de Mozart y nos encantaron igual que todo el viaje por ese precioso país. Hemos comprado estos bombones en más ocasiones por internet, asimismo los hemos encargado a amigos que han ido de viaje a Austria. Guardamos un recuerdo maravilloso de aquel viaje del que los bombones Mozart y la tarta Sacher son dos sabores exquisitos. Nos gustaría volver a visitar Austria cuando tengamos posibilidades y recordar aquel estupendo viaje. Austria nos sorprendió gratamente, esperábamos disfrutar de la luna de miel pero superamos nuestras expectativas. un país precioso, paisajes de ensueño, calidad de vida, respeto y buena educación, calles limpias. Recorrimos Viena con su Ringstrasse, sus palacios y tranvías, la ópera, la catedral de San Esteban, el ayuntamiento,los museos gemelos o el salón del concierto de Año nuevo. Salzburgo nos encantó, cenamos en la plaza de Mozart y visitamos los jardines sorprendentes del arzobispo Marcus Citicus. Terminamos en el Tirol con el tejadillo de oro y los castillos del rey loco. Los bombones nos ayudan a recordar este fantástico viaje.
I went to Vienna for vacation a month ago, and I had a wonderful time there. I just loved everything about that place. I of course had to go to the most famous chocolate store and buy this awesome MIrabell Mozatkugeln. I think I had purchase the whole store to bring to my home in USA!! now I am ordering from this site now :) can't wait to have them here already!! :)
We hosted a German student last week. She brought these candies with her to share with us - we were hooked! When she moved into her new flat she left a few behind for us. I just had to see if I could find them online… they are just so yummy.
We first enjoyed these delicacies while in Vienna in 1997 for AdventSing. Our tour guide introduced them to us & they easily became one of our all-time favorite sweets. We had never tasted anything quite like them & soon were enjoying them on a daily basis. We also stocked up & brought several boxes home to our whole family; we have all been hooked ever since. I saved two of the boxes that we brought home, hoping to find them again here in the States, but I had not had any luck in the past & had finally given up, storing the boxes in a kitchen cabinet & hoping that I would eventually find a source for more of these incredible treats. I recently ran across the saved boxes while cleaning out that kitchen cabinet & decided to try searching online. After all these years, the delicious memory of those decadent chocolates was still very strong, prompting me to see if I could find them once again. I was thrilled to find your website & have the opportunity to order your yummy chocolates. My mouth will be watering with anticipation until they arrive, & I know just getting to enjoy them again will bring the memories of our trip to Vienna alive again. Wonderful!!
On March 7 it is my sisters 40 years birthday. And one of her favorite chocolates is the ‘Mozartkugeln’. The first time she tasted the ‘Mozartkugeln’ is 18 years ago when she and I went for our first trip to Austria. We spend 14 days in Saalbach in the summertime where we hiked in the mountains and went out on mountain bikes. We were first introduced to the ‘Mozartkugeln” in the hotel we stayed. The landlady placed each night a little bit of chocolates on our pillows as a treat. Most of the time it was either Ritter Sport or Milka but one night we got a ‘Mozartkugeln’ instead. And then we were ‘hooked’. Next day we went to the nearest supermarket and bought some of our own. Naturally we made sure to buy some home with us as we returned home to Denmark. Unfortunately you cannot buy ‘Mozartkugeln’ many places here but when they on a rare occasion are on offer in a shop I make sure to buy some. We are both very fund of this little chocolate. On one trip to Salzburg the guide had been so kind to buy a kind of ‘Mozartkugeln’ so we could taste it. We all looked forward to this after a long and exciting day but we were a bit disappointed when we found out that it was the wrong kind of ‘Mozartkugeln’. It was not our favorite Mirabelle. Not to worry as we had our own supply of the right ‘Mozartkugeln’ at the hotel. As a special gift to my sister I will give her 100 ‘Mozartkugeln’. And I know she will appreciate the gift very much.
On March 9th, our music school organises a Mozart happening. We couldn't and wouldn't miss the famous Mozartkugeln as a gastronomic apetiser for the lectures and concerts! They will certainly add to the atmosphere!
I first tasted a Mozartkugel in 1980 while visiting Salzburg. It was love at first bite and I have been enjoying them and gifting them ever since. (I actually had one of the wrappers framed and keep it in my office!) They are one of life's true pleasures and should be on everyone's bucket list.
As a dutch affliate from a austrian company in healtcare we will severe these wonderfull Mozartkugeln at our booth during a natioal congres. For sure opur customer will visit us for our fine Austrian products but also to grap and taste a bit of Austria
My Dad(Viennese) met my Mum (Australian) in 1952 at the Grossglockner when she was hitchhking through Austria with her New Zealand girlfriend. Dad had a Norton motorbike with side-car. Mum got in and Dad said he picked her up for life. When they married in Australia, they had these little delicacies so that Dad had a little bit of Austria at the Wedding.They have become a family tradition for us - at my and my sibling's Christenings, all our Weddings and all our childrens' Christenings. I now live in a small country town in Northern NSW, Australia where we have just started the Donau-Rhein Verein Club for locals with European ancestry. Apart from resurrecting traditional recipes and activities, I introduced the Club to these wonderful little chocolates and they just can't get enough of them now. I will only serve Mirabell !!! I have given up trying to source them in Australia. I'm delighted to have found your site as your service is outstanding - an excellent product delivered in excellent condition and very promptly. And at a very competitive price. I am thrilled that I am able to carry on my family tradition as well as spread the word elsewhere in Australia.
My husband and I went to Austria 5 years ago and came upon these most delicious chocolates. We have never tasted anything like them before. Now when ever friends go over there we ask them to bring us some back. Now I have found them online, Thankyou.
I just cant get enough of these bad boys! Pure awesome!
There are certain foods whose flavour encompasses all five taste sensations - sweetness, bitterness, sourness, saltiness and umami (deliciousness and the feeling of a lingering flavour).Victor Schmidt's Bag embraces all of these and in doing so is able to evoke for me a feeling of place. When I mention place, I do not mean a location or site, a bathhouse, a city or part of the countryside, but instead I mean a space to which I attach meaning; a place where I feel for one reason or another I belong or some part of my identity has been formed there or taken away. This is the case for me with Salzburg. I visited it only once when i was young, and found it to be a beautiful city, with sharp mountains rising up in the background, the air stiff with freshness, and a wondrous, cyan sky that unfolded above us. We seemed to be protected but it was just an illusion. Our family had travelled to many countries in the world, and each had their individual character. Biting into Victor Schmidt's Bag was like experiencing an entire universe, wrapped in its distinctive golden paper. These orbs signified to me Salzburg and, even today, still reminds me of the Salzburg of my youth and, wider still, my own lost innocence. It is a world in miniature, a taste that triggers memory, place, and images of my first police line up.