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Dough balls. Now for Mozart arrive Pralines. In all the Mozart way in Europe

by Saturday, August 3, 2013

PRALINE MOZART

You know the "mythical" Mozart balls, Gold medal at the Paris Exhibition of confectionery 1905, invented in 1890 from the Salzburg confectioner Paul Fürst for the centenary of the death of his fellow townsman? Dimenticatevele. Now fans of the composer who sang the trentino Marzemino can count on an "official" chocolate produced by the end of July to end of may. And everything, ça va sans dire, 100% made in Italy, more precisely in Rovereto, in Vallagarina. At idearlo, In fact, was Walter Tomio, tireless patron of Exquisita, forge of sweetness and ideas adapted in terms of high gourmet calories. After the chocolates for the 10th anniversary of Mart, Here's that churns out Pralines Mozart Tomio, created in collaboration with the International Festival Association W.A.Mozart Rovereto and think for the Mozart Ways, a European network along the historic routes travelled paths to Mozart through ten countries of the old continent. The idea behind the design of these is soon called Pralines: "We have worked on two concepts," explains Tamer – namely that of apricot (very sweet fruit in the tradition of German area, consider for example the Sacher) and the Marzemino telling Rovereto and Vallagarina and, as you know, It was sung by Mozart in the Barber of Seville '. The result? A wonder in two versions, one of bitter chocolate and white chocolate. The filling, Instead, is the same for both white and black: a layer of chocolate cream with a slight touch of Marzemino grappa and a layer of apricot pulp («the grind with the meat grinder on the palate feels surprise»). I got the mouth watering? No fear: today by 16 at 19 You can taste the Pralines Mozart preview and for free, by Exquisita in Rovereto, via Fontana 10.

Otherwise you can find in Berlin, London, Paris, Milan and in all stages of Mozart Ways.

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