Reber is a chocolate manufacturer from Germany, located directly on the border to Austria.
The company is Germanies market leader in Mozart chocolates.
The factory of Reber produces 500.000 Mozart chocolates in one single day.
Reber exists since more than 140 years and is still in family property.
I bought the Reber “hochfeine Confiserie Praline Pasteten” and had a lot to taste in the past days.
This is the extra chocolate box of Germanies traditonal chocolate manufacturer “Reber.
So here we are going to have the main item of the Reber chocolate factory: the Echte Reber Mozartkugel.
The coating consists of tender milk chocolate which melts smoothly on the tongue. The filling is an ennourmos mass of pistachio with an intensive character. It’s almost that strong you might expect an alcoholic filling. But officially there is no alcoholic filling. The Echte Reber Mozartkugel is quite unusual in the taste, compared with a Mozartkugel from Austria, but I would say it taste not too bad.
Rebers Malakoff Pastete.
Covered with dark chocolate and filled with raisins and a heavy cream. Quite a tough chocolate for the stomach, but I would characterize it as “interesting”.
Esterhazy Pastete is a crispy bite with marzipan and nougat, covered with milk chocolate from Bavaria.
Biedermeier Pastete has an alcoholic filling of egg liqueur. The fancy chocolate is also filled with marzipan and curacao. The dark chocolate is very thin and cracks loudly.
Nuss Pastete has a refreshing taste of nuts and a coating of fine milk chocolate.
Hazelnuts nougat in brandy truffles and pistachio covered in fancy milk chocolate.
No this one tastes disgusting. There is just too much cream inside.
The pistachio filling of this chocolate ball is very strong and intensive. There is also nougat in the core and you might also find roasted hazelnuts. The ball is covered withe the finest milk chocolate from Reber.