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  • And while I was duly enlisted to serve as second in command during the mixing of his signature German "Sachertorte" cake, I remained a picky child and eventually decided that gastronomy wasn't engaging.

    Susan Weissman: I Am a Relucant Foodie

  • Originally crafted for Emperor Franz Josef, the Imperial Torte, with layers of chocolate crème between almond parchment and topcoats of marzipan and chocolate, easily beats its more famous cousin, the Sachertorte.

    The Most Agreeable Hour

  • Look out for the famous Sachertorte cake, or the Mozart chocolate and marzipan balls, with a picture of the composer on the wrapper, you will find all over the city.

    Vienna: a Gem at the Heart of Europe

  • Among a handful of grandes dames hotels, the 149-room Sacher (, tel: +43 (0)1 - 51 456 0), famous for its Sachertorte chocolate confections, is a very good option.

    Vienna: a Gem at the Heart of Europe

  • I guess I missed it on my forays to Demel for Sachertorte since it's stuck in a corner and because, frankly, $1,200 ladies' cashmere sweaters aren't in my budget.

    Warming Up to the Plaza

  • It was here the Sachertorte was created, and subsequently became a Viennese delicacy.

    The Viennese Cafe | Edwardian Promenade

  • Later that afternoon we arrived in Vienna: home of Sachertorte, cafes, opera, and never-ending souvenir shops in which any mildly famous Austrian is condemned after death to a new lifetime of appearing on chocolate boxes.

    New Year episode « The expat numbat: from AU to NL

  • This report, in full HERE, is just the sort of thing that has us ordinary mortals bug-eyed at the sheer effrontery of the Austrians (who, we should frequently remind ourselves, are the Huns who gave you Wiener Schnitzel, The Blue Danube Waltz, The Sachertorte and, of course Adolf Hitler) in springing this exciting news on an unsuspecting world.

    The German & Austrian Reparations Commission

  • The Demel, like the Hotel Sacher itself, is claimed to be the only other place where you can buy the Sachertorte and listen to music.

    Vienna: Coffee, Art, Pastries

  • The Sachertorte and other recipes made him famous, and in time he ran several cafes and rest­aurants.

    Vienna: Coffee, Art, Pastries


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