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.
my sister as part of her university course spent a year in leipzig in germany. every time we went to see her she would always have milka schoko chocolate and it was her favourite. when she came home from germany she brought lots with her including my favourite one the trio one where it is a layer of milk chocolate with a layer of dark chocolate on top and then topped of with a little bit of white chocolate that is the best but according to her no its not its this one thats the best. Often we have been lucky enough to get the chocolate in duty free including in cardiff, bristol, paris and edinburgh but unfortunately lately we havent been able to get this chocolate what so ever. When my parents were in turkey recently they got us one with rice in it which didnt sound very nice but i was actually of but i think she deffinately prefers the first one she ever tried the milka shoko and keks so i thought for her christmas i could suprise her by getting her some of her favourite chocolate bars since it has been so long since she has managed to get it. so here is hoping that she likes this idea.
pensavo che le marmellate fatte bin casa fossero le cose migliori del mondo fin quando qualcono mi ha portato da Bressanone lavostra di mirtilli neri e rossi.Da allora il mio più grande desiderio è comprarne altre direttamente da voi.Ci provo.
Après le décès de mon grand-père, ma grand-mère nous a emmené, ma sœur et moi, en Autriche. Nous avons d'abord visité Vienne, puis, l'année suivante, nous sommes allées à Salzbourg. Nous aimions beaucoup l'Autriche et nous y sommes revenues à plusieurs reprises. A Salzbourg, la ville de Mozart, nous avons visité les lieux propres à Mozart. Un jour, à la fin d'une visite, nous sommes passées à la boutique souvenirs. Il y avait des chocolat Mozart, dont on nous avait vanté le délice si particulier. Nous en avons goûter un et il est rai que le charme a tout de suite opéré. Nous en avons alors acheté plusieurs boîtes, pour nous et pour les membres de notre famille. Ainsi, eux aussi ont pu goûter les chocolat Mozart et, eux aussi, ont adoré ce chocolat.
Plusieurs années plus tard, alors adulte, j'en trouve par hasard dans un hypermarché en France pour les fêtes de fin d'année. J'en ai tout de suite acheté et beaucoup de bons souvenirs me sont revenus en mémoire. Malheureusement, l'année d'après, il n'y en avait pas et je n'en ai plus jamais retrouvé en France. En cherchant sur Google, pour voir s'il était possible d'en acheter par internet, je suis tombée sur votre site et j'attends, maintenant avec impatience, d'être livrée!
My father was working on the movie The Lady Vanishes and brought home some of the Mozartkugeln as a gift for me, I was about 12 years old. I had never tasted a sweet like it and our family nickname was Mozart Eyeballs! I always try and get a box for Christmas but it is very difficult to find them in the UK, as they do stir memories of childhood. I saught them out when I was lucky enough to visit Vienna many years later.
I first tasted Mozart klugen when I visited Salzburg with my husband - a huge Mozart music fan. My father-in-law adores these, and I always buy them for his birthday/chirstmas.
They are eaten with relish!!
Amazing delightful chocolates.. surprisingly so as many told me they did not like them .. I found these to be one of my favorite things of my entire trip on the Danube. Certainly the most delicious!
Are they available in the USA?
Well. I am from Konstanz in Germany. Frankly, I had never ever heard of Mozartkugeln. So why am I here ordering these things? Well, it is a long story. But to cut a long story short, let me start. My work among others involves inbreeding depression and in reading literature on the subject I often came across the words “lethal equivalents”. I could not exactly figure out the meaning of that, and so I started digging, until I found a paper with the promising title: Lethal Equivalents and Genetic Load. I was pretty sure the answer would be in there, but this 1992 paper was only available behind a paywall. So, what does a scientist do? Pay? Not with my current funding level. Give up? Never ever. This leaves one option, to write the authors of the paper. And against all odds, I found one of them, at least I thought. He turned out to be the editor, and did only have a paper copy. So I tried one of the other authors. But in the meantime, the nice editor had actually scanned the chapter for me! Hurrah! The only favor he asked in return was a box of Mozartkugeln. They turn out to be from Salzburg. Which is not so close to Konstanz. Hence my attempt to find them online. And, Dutch as I am, I could not resist trying to get them for free. I am sure this boring story interests absolutely noone. But I sure hope it will win me a voucher with which to buy the desired Mozartkugeln…