12 German-Made Products to Seek in Munich

Germany, Munich Guide (B): 12 German-Made Products to Seek in Munich

The Bavarian capital Munich, much as the whole state of Bavaria, form an inseparable part of the German image, although a very unique part in its difference to the rest of the country, including the language. Bavarian beer occupies an important place in German heritage, from the infamous 1920s Beer Hall (Munich) Putsch to the annual Oktoberfest enjoyed by thousands of tourists and locals these days. Still, if you're neither an avid beer drinker nor FC Bayern Munchen supporter, perhaps you wouldn't know much what else is there to pick up as a memento from the trip. Luckily, there are quite a few such things available in Munich and you will learn exactly which with the help of this guide!

Developed in the deep south of Bavaria in 1955 by Karl Heilemann, Heilemann Chocolates have always carried a strong reputation for being exceptionally high in quality and presentation. Available in the Heilemann lineup are a whole slew of fine chocolate bars in many different flavors: white chocolate with a hint of vanilla; milk chocolate; dark chocolate infused with orange; dark chocolate with spicy ginger; and smooth melting fine milk chocolate with whole caramelized hazelnuts, just to name a few. As well as chocolate bars, Heilemann produces rich pralines and carefully, hand-crafted hollow figures as well. According to the Heilemann website, each piece is “crafted with a lot of love and artisanal skill” using recipes that have been handed from one generation to the next. There are no preservatives in any of their products, and the essential ingredients of fresh cream and butter come from Allgäu, which is also located in Bavaria. A typical bar of chocolate should cost no more than 5 Euros. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: 12 German-Made Products to Seek in Munich
Guide Location: Germany » Munich
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
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