Les années ont passé et il ne nous est plus possible de voyager dans votre beau pays. Nous ramenions avec plaisir les fameux chocolats de Salsbourg qui faisaient le régal de nos enfants... eh bien, grâce à internet, nous allons pouvoir renouer avec cette belle tradition et retrouver en partie les souvenirs d'antan.
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.
05.09.2012 21:03 - Ali
Your chocolate is amazing. My friend brought it back with her from Switzerland. The chocolate I could not have consumed to quickly. It is absolutely amazing and I do want more of your chocolate as soon as I possible could. The white chocolate is the best white chocolate...even the best chocolate in general that I have ever had. All of my friends absolutely love love love your Frey Chocolat. It is definitely better than American chocolate. I hope that you can find a way to ship Frey Chocolat over seas so we can all enjoy. I can not find the chocolate at any other website on the world wide web. Is it possible for your chocolate to be sent over seas? I would give this chocolate as a gift because it would be the best present for anyone to ever receive on Easter, Christmas or their birthday! I will always remember this chocolate as it was like eating heaven even though I will probably need to keep working out a lot more because I eat it so much. I only have two very small pieces left. I want to cry. Please tell me you can sent it overseas!
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 first had this at a local beer and wine house on the weekend before the 4th of July; when I ordered it the waitress cautioned me that it was like having three beers at once, and she was right, both because of the delightfully high alcohol content and the depth of flavors I could extract from this wonderful doppelbock. In a small glass like the one from which I drank it pours more like a wine than a beer, with very little head, but a great aroma and is best enjoyed, like a dessert wine, slowly and with the accompaniment of fruit, chocolate, or cheese. It starts out tasting like a super malty candy but it matures if you bother to give it time to rest in your mouth; becoming a fruity treat that tastes like blueberry muffins or bread. After I'd finished the glass it left a taste like cinnamon and sugared toast. I haven't been back to the place since but I can't get this amazing experience out of my mind. This was like no beer I've ever had before and I recommend it to everyone I know so they can share the unique joy of Christmastime in a bottle all year round.
I have to agree with Margaret Stauffer---especially the reference to Sachertorte, which is what I just made and the apricot jam was amazing underneath the icing. The spreadability of the product is excellent, unlike preserves that I have used in the past. My mother brought back a few small jars of this delicious jam from her trip to Vienna, and I am so glad that she did. The rose apricots are indeed tasty, and I love the fact that the sugar does not outweigh the fruitiness of this treat. I enjoy spreading it on whole wheat English muffins, but as I mentioned the main use I will have for Darbo is in the preparation of Sachertorte. I would like to try other flavors, but I am convinced that the apricot will still be my favorite. I am so excited to see this product featured on your website. Thank you!