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Where Can I find Mozartkugel Choclate From Austria?

sj01 Mar 3, 2010 11:07 AM

im looking for mozartkugel chocolate from Austria does anyone know where i could get it with in the 416 or preferably east somewhere? Your assistance will be greatly appreciated.


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    Brianna7117 Jul 27, 2011 08:27 PM

    Swiss Pastries (a chain in Ottawa) carries these at their Carlingwood mall location, 2121 Carling Ave.

    Carlingwood Restaurant & Bar
    , Ottawa, ON K1N, CA

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      Tatai Mar 14, 2010 05:47 AM

      All of this being said, the Reber Mozartkugeln are much better than the Mirabell. But the very best are the originals -- made by Fürst in Austria -- that are probably not exported. These carry the label "The original Salzburg Mozartkugeln."

      I was actually misled by the "real/echte" label on the Reber brand. They're good, but it's been years since I've been to Austria and had the "originals."

      1. BeanerSchitzl Mar 13, 2010 10:34 PM

        Vienna Meats on Birchmount Road, just north of Eglinton Ave E has a wide selection of Mozartkugeln and many other sweets.

        1050 Birchmount Rd
        Scarborough ON, M1K 1S4

        Phone #: 416-759-4481

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          Tatai Mar 13, 2010 12:19 PM

          Just found the real ("echte") thing at Daferner's, a European deli in Erin. They're made by Reber http://www.reber-spezialitaeten.de/website/parser.php?topic=a0&lang=en and the quality of both the chocolate and the marzipan are far superior to that of the mass-produced Mirabelle brand.

          Turns out they're distributed by Husky Food Importers & Distributors of Woodbridge. www.huskyfoods.com

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            Kagemusha Mar 13, 2010 01:59 PM

            Believe Brandt carries that brand, as do others around the GTA. Erin's not exactly close nor much of a destination, food-wise.

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              Tatai Mar 14, 2010 05:41 AM

              Depends what you mean by destination-worthy food. Small family farms providing organic eggs, naturally raised meats, and vegetables in season constitutes a great destination for many.

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                Kagemusha Mar 14, 2010 08:25 AM

                Not exactly next door. If Husky's distributing Reber candy, then what you're after should be way closer than Erin. Better advice might be to contact Husky for GTA retailers, no? Erin's not got a lock on "local," either.

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            AverageJo Mar 4, 2010 08:20 AM

            I saw these yesterday at Domino's. That's in the St. Lawrence Market (south market), lower level, at the very north end of the building. They were near the cash register.

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              Tatai Mar 3, 2010 02:55 PM

              Not all Mozartkugeln are created equally, though. The one available here does not compare to the best in Austria. Unfortunately, I've never found the great one here.

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                Boodah Mar 3, 2010 05:02 PM

                That'd depend on which ones you're buying. The most common commercially produced ones in Austria are made by a company called Mirabell. If you get those here it's likely the exact same thing you'd get in most stores in Austria. See the link for more specific information:


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                  Tatai Mar 3, 2010 06:05 PM

                  And it's the Mirabell brand of Mozartkugeln (now apparently owned by Kraft!) that are the lousy ones, "the most common commercially produced ones in Austria..." as you've noted. Anyone who's had Mozartkugeln made by the smaller Austrian producers (the packaging for which are very similar) will notice the difference immediately.

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                    sj01 Mar 3, 2010 10:32 PM

                    Thank you all bunch of life savers !

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                      Nelson Mar 4, 2010 05:50 AM

                      You said 416 or east: try Vienna Fine Foods, 1050 Birchmount just north of Eglinton.

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                        peasontoast Mar 4, 2010 06:45 AM

                        If you're downtown I'd be willing to bet that Reither's Fine Foods near Church & Wellesley has what you're looking for. I believe the owner is Austrian.

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                Boodah Mar 3, 2010 02:38 PM

                International Food Depot on Jutland in Etobicoke, it's a full-on German grocery store and carries all kinds of Austrian and German chocolate (Mozartkugeln, Milka, etc...)

                1. Kagemusha Mar 3, 2010 01:22 PM

                  Brandt Meats just over the Etobicoke line in Mississauga always has 'em.

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                    Sadistick Mar 3, 2010 12:00 PM

                    HoneyBear sells them.

                    On Sheppard between Yonge and Bayview.

                    Make sure you buy a few of their cabbage rolls while you are there - awesome stuff!

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