DEMEL "Sachertorte"I actually bought and tried "Sachertorte" from DEMEL, a long-established Western confectionery brand purveyor to the Royal Warrant of Vienna. The size is No. 3.5 and the price is 2,000 yen (excluding tax).
"Sachertorte" is a famous confectionery representing Vienna, which was devised in 1832 by Franz Sacher, who served the mansion of the Austrian Chancellor Metternich. There are several sizes, but this time I bought No. 3.5.
Untie the cute wrapping paper and you will see a wooden box! It contains Sachertorte (the cake is also wrapped in a bag). It has a luxurious feel and is exciting when you open it ♪ The chocolate coating on the surface is glossy and it looks like a jewel ...!
Demel's "Sachertorte" is made by applying apricot jam on a chocolate sponge and then coating the entire surface with chocolate. This chocolate is called Sacher Grazur, and the advanced technique of refining it on marble to round the particles creates a unique texture. The triangular chocolate seal has the words "Genuine Sachertorte by Franz Sacher's son, Edward." It is a dish that makes you feel the history as well as the beauty.
The chocolate coating, which allows you to enjoy a crispy and unique texture, is thick and melts with the heat of your tongue. The sponge cake has a solid and solid finish. The chocolate is rich and the mouth is happy! An occasional apricot jam flavorful accent.
When eating, it is recommended to add plenty of whipped cream. It is true that Sachertorte alone has a very strong sweetness, so eating it with sugar-free whipped cream will improve the balance.
By the way, I made a slight mistake, but to cut it cleanly, "Use a knife warmed with a little hot water to make a notch on the side, then move the knife on the top and if the chocolate melts. "Cut the sponge inside".
Demel "Sachertorte" is very rich and you can fully enjoy the flavor and sweetness of chocolate. It looks fashionable and luxurious, so it is also recommended as a gift.