Discovered these many years ago on a holday with my parents as a teenager. Mum adored them and by the end of the holiday so did I. Years later I took my own family to Salzburg and they too fell for the charms of the city as well as its chocolates, particularly the silver wrapped mozartkugeln . We were fortunately staying in beautiful St Gilgen so stocked up everyone's suitcase with the silver treasure. We were very reluctant to share with anyone, even family and friends as we knew we wouldn't be able to get them at home. We then found Mozarttaler in a specialist shop in York and treated ourselves. Memories of evenings spent in the square in St Gilgen came to life and out came the photos. It may be many years before we can return to Austria but thanks to the internet and discovering your site, we can still enjoy chocolate mozarts as we call them. My daughter is studying German and has just discovered her language tutor was born is Salzburg! He goes home at Christmas and we've given him a shopping list. In the meantime your site can provide our Christmas after dinner treats. Happy memories.
quel souvenir ces chocolats Mozart !
c'est une madeleine de Proust dans ma famille.
Y a environ 30 ans, j'en ai gouté pour la 1ere fois, mon père nous les avait ramenés de Cologne ou il avait été a un congrès. Les chocolats ont voyagé jusqu'en France et dans le temps car meme 30 ans après, mon frere et moi nous en rappelons.
j'ai décidé d'en commander pour offrir a Noel comme souvenir des bons moment passé.
I first tried these when my grandmother came to see us and had a box of them. They were so beautiful that at first I did not eat it because the wrapping was so pretty, but then when nana said to take a bite, I was hooked! These are divine. Nana is no longer on this earth and these little pieces of heaven remind me of where she is now! Thank you!
I first had these as a present from my Austrian Au Pair as a child , we never had them other than that as they weren't available, but growing up and even into Adulthood we always remembered them - twenty years later we went over to Austria to visit our old Au Pair and the first things she greeted us with was a hug and a big box of these!! They are still as delicious now as they were back then - if not nicer!! I remember she used to give them to us for being good and we were always on our best behaviour when there was a chance of getting a Mozart as a reward. These have since become a popular chocolate amongst our friends and family - so much so that they place orders for them every time we go to Austria now. It's great that we can now get these online at a decent price to save all the overweight baggage charges we have paid down the years due to Mozarts!! Of all the chocolates I have ever had these are definitely my favourites and I think by all the requests I have had that it will stay that way.
I first saw this at a sale in supermarket. The packaging of this chocolate drew my attention. Though I do not have a fantasy towards the mint-tasted chocolate containment, I fell in love with it with the first bite. The chewy and truffl-y centre tastes really well with the milky chocolate on the outside - the ingredients are the best match of all. I can ensure you that, it is the best chocolate ever on earth - well you cacn see this from the long - standing history of this chocolate. It had been such a popular and wonderful chocolate of centuries, and this can confirm that the creator has been a very devoted, talented dessert maker, who could comprise with the taste of people over times.
This is one of my mother's favourite chocolate as well, even though this is not often seen in my hometown. Everytime when we saw it, we just went straight ahead to buy tonnes of it - but this happens only during holiday seasons. Now it is approaching a white Christmas while I am not with my mother, I hope to send her this kind of chocolate as a token of my regretfulness of not staying by her side, and as a token of my virtual presence.