Friday, June 15, 2018

mozartkugel -

Mozartkugel or Mozart Ball is a type of spherical chocolate in which the contents of nuts pisctachio and marzipan. The cake was first made in 1890 in Salzburg by a cake maker named Paul Fürst, who named it from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who was born in the city. The original name is Mozartbonbon which was later changed to Mozartkugel.

Unfortunately, Paul Fürst did not know that the name "Mozartkugel" would be used by others who modeled his product and used the name "Mozartkugel". After several times reporting the case to court, it was finally agreed that only the Fürst company use the product name "Original Salzburger Mozartkugeln".

Another Mozartkugel company uses its product name "Echte Salzburger Mozartkugel" (Genuine Salzburg Mozartkugel) currently used by the Austrian company Mirabell and "Echte Reber-Mozartkugeln" (Genuine Reber Mozartkugeln) made by German company Reber in Bad Reichenhall since 1938. Reber exports Mozartkugeln to 40 countries and make as many as 500,000 items per day.