This is one of the most popular Eastern European cakes.
It was created in the 19th century in the Russian Empire by a young chef who sought to impress Empress Elizabeth Alexeievna, wife of Alexander I.
Empress Elizabeth couldn’t stand honey, and any dish made with it drove her mad. One day, however, a young new confectioner in the Imperial kitchen didn’t know the Empress’ dislike, and he baked a new cake with honey and thick sour cream.
Surprisingly, and unaware of the honey content, Empress Elizabeth immediately fell in love with it.
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Price start as low as 40 CHF
(The price indicated it is NOT per Kg. but represents the total price for the cake depending the selected weight)
Ingredients: wheat flour, white sugar, vanilla, butter, honey, salt, eggs, cream cheese, whipped cream, sour cream
Allergens: honey, eggs, milk products, grain, gluten
May contain traces of: nuts, sesame, soy
Storage: in the fridge, temperature +2+4 for 48 Hours. In the freezer, temperature -20 for 1 month.
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Weight might differ ± 5%
|Weight and Customization||
600 gr. (4-6 portions) – WITH Customization, 600 gr. (4-6 portions) – NO Customization, 1200 gr. (8-10 portions) – NO Customization, 1200 gr. (8-10 portions) – WITH Customization
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