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Edition 2 / 21. August 2017

Barely any other city in the world offers so many ­typical specialties as Vienna. Here are a few samples.




Mozart balls by Haas & Haas

Whoever isn’t satisfied with the quality of manufactured  Mozart balls, will find just the thing here. Haas & Haas make them by hand using the best marzipan and Piedmontese nougat.


Grand Gugelhupf

Vienna is famous for its coffee culture and delicious pastries – especially for its Gugelhupf. The most Viennese can probably be found in the Grand Hotel on Kärntner Ring 9, 1010 Vienna.



Hink pâtés

Since more than 75 years, the finest handmade pâtés have been produced according to traditional recipes. Glasses are available in specialized supermarkets.




“Punschkrapferl” chocolate

Celebrating its 170 th birthday, Gerstner surprises with an exclusive anniversary edition: apple strudel (€ 3.90) or chocolate shaped “Punschkrapferl” (€ 5.30). A must taste!



Staud’s jams

Since 1883, the jam manufactory has been in the possession  of the Staud family. At their production site in the 16 th district, they process fruit and vegetables with great passion and offer over 200 varieties. One of the highlights is the famous apricot jam (€ 7.99). Available in many supermarkets.