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- Reber Mozart Kugel 8 Piece Cello Bag, 160gram - 5.6 Ounce
Reber Mozart Kugel 8 Piece Cello Bag, 160gram - 5.6 Ounce
Even if there are some inconsistencies about the MozartKugel (Mozart ball) and until today still is a quarrel about who produce the "original" Mozart balls, one is however completely obvious: what was created by the Salzburg confectioner Paul Fürst in 1890 is today one of the most refined and delicious chocolate specialties in the world. An ingenious composition of the finest pistachio-premium marzipan, fresh almonds and hazelnut nougat, double wrapped with alpine milk and noble dark chocolate. The world's largest producer of Mozart balls is Paul Reber from Bad Reichenhall, Bavaria-Germany.
Reber produces annually more than 180 million balls (500,000 daily) and has a market share of 90%
Pralines of dark chocolate (17%) and alpine milk chocolate (18%) with a hazelnut nougat (10%), pistachio marzipan (30%) and almond marzipan filling (25%) Cocoa: 60% at least in the dark chocolate Cocoa: 35% at least in the dark chocolate Chocolates (17%) and alpine milk chocolate (18%) with a hazelnut nougat- At least in alpine milk chocolate Ingredients: sugar, almonds (36% in marzipan), cocoa mass, cocoa butter, hazelnuts (36% in hazelnut nougat), whole milk powderFarm milk powder, invert sugar syrup, pistachios (3.5% in pistachio marzipan), milk sugarMilch sugar, Invertase, glycerin), emulsifier sunflower lecithins, alcohol rum (alcohol content of 0.480%), natural flavor.
Nutritional values per 100 g: caloric value 2126 kJ / 509 kcal - fat 28.4 g - of which saturated fatty acids 10.1 g - carbohydrate 54.1 g - of which sugar 48.1 g - protein 8,0 g - salt 0,05g