_I thought @marblely mentioned, although...
The brand Mirabell makes way more that carries the name Mozart.
I wonder if Mozart was a chocolate lover and alcoholic. All chocolates contain alcohol (I hate that) and Mirabell sells tiny, expensive bottles alcohol too.
I really hope my ice cream was flavoured with fake.
With fake, I mean homemade, something real. There was no alcohol in it which is good to start with.
Here we see the ingredients of the "Mozart Kugeln".
Interesting fact is they do not tell you everything in every language (let customers believe in fairy tales).
If you hope to find real marzipan in the chocolate you are wrong (we all know where it is originally made from, almonds).
- Almonds you can hardly find in it 🔎 2%,
- but therefore you get hazelnuts 🔎 4%,
- pistachio 🔎? (how come no % since they say it is pistachio-marzipan they use),
- aromatic undefined chemicals 🔎,
- soya lecithin🔎,
- palm fat 🔎
And the nougat this chocolate is famous for? No nougat!
How come I find it so hard to believe these ingredients were used from day one this chocolate was made (1890 by the Salzburger confectioner Paul Fürst) and this is a quality product?
7 Originall Mozart Kugeln and 2 chocolate pennies cost 14,90 euro!
(The good news is you get them in a box you can throw away immediately after poisoning your body).
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