Are you already waiting for your German candy Christmas subscription boxes? Here comes this year’s first one, the November box! This and the following month you will only find Christmas treats in your monthly candy box from Germany. You can order your December box until December 10th. We will ship it some days earlier as usual, so we try to make sure everyone gets it until Christmas. But for now enjoy your November Candy German box!
Dominos, better known as Domino Steine (Domino Stones), can be considered as a mixture of flavors and textures. From the inside they have three layers. On the bottom there is a spicy gingerbread layer, the second is a fruity jelly one and the third is marzipan. From the outside the Dominos are covered by thin dark chocolate. Sounds good, doesn't it? Yes, the Dominos taste phenomenal, we love to eat them in Germany and I’m sure you will love them too. Bye the way, Lambertz is the No. 1 producer when it comes to German Christmas treats.
This German Christmas candy simply is called tree trunk = Baumstamm. From the outside it resembles the tree bark, so that’s basically where the name for this German candy comes from. The Wintertraum Baumstamm has a fine marzipan heart that is surrounded by a rich nougat cream and delicious milk chocolate from the outside. I don’t know how many of this German candy I already ate this year – I only know that it must have been a lot. I love the combination of marzipan and nougat!
Near the Dutch border there is the German city of Aachen. Aachen is one of the most traditional cities when it comes to German holiday treats. Aachener Printen are a special sort of German Lebkuchen (gingerbread) that is baked in Aachen since 1820. You can compare it with a honey bread or spiced bread. The term Aachener Printen is a protected designation of origin, and so all manufactures can be found in or near Aachen. Kinkartz is a brand of the German candy company Lambertz that is also located in Aachen. They are famous for their gingerbread, biscuits, tartlets and other traditional confectionary products which are mainly sold before and during the holiday season. The Aachener Kräuter Printen are one of their most eaten products. "Käuter" is the German word for herbs. The Printen are very crunchy, perhaps you need a cup of coffee or tea to soak them in. They have a light spicy flavor and tiny crunchy sugar pieces inside – delicious!
In your package you will find ten delicious fondant stars with a dark chocolate bottom. The creamy treat is a harmonious composition that melts on your tongue. The German producer Riegelein Confiserie exists since 1953 and is very well known for its Christmas an Easter treats.
No German Christmas without marzipan. These individually wrapped marzipan chunks are covered in dark chocolate. The marzipan has a very mild almond taste, the dark chocolate fits perfectly to it. The German marzipan producer Erasmi & Carstens is a guarantee for delicious marzipan chocolates.
This Kinder-Sortiment = children’s assortment is a very simple treat but so delicious. The little figures consist of creamy milk chocolate. So good, your children will love it!
Here comes a little chocolate Santa in the shape of a Lolly. Yummy!
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