A2013010Regular price $34.95
Emil Reimann's "Edition Frauenkirche" Dresdner Stollen is a celebrated symbol of traditional Christmas pastries, deeply intertwined with the city of Dresden. This centuries-old baking tradition has brought us the purest form of Stollen quality.
Premium German butter, rum-soaked sultanas, and quality spices are the key components of the Emil Reimann Stollen dough. This dough is expertly hand-formed into the traditional shape, baked, then hand-finished with butter and sugar.
The Dresden Frauenkirche was built by George Bähr between 1726 and 1743. The world-famous dome of the sacred building, the "Steinerne Glocke", is an architectural highlight. It has crowned and characterized the unique silhouette of the city of Dresden for many centuries. It was severely damaged by the air raid on February 13, 1945 and collapsed shortly afterwards. For many years it was just a ruin, a memorial to remind of the war, until it was rebuilt after reunification: on October 30, 2005, a festive consecration service took place in the new Frauenkirche. The ruin became a symbol of tolerance, peace and reconciliation.
All Emil Reimann Stollen come with an extra package of powdered sugar.
NOTE: This is the only commercial Stollen available with NO HYDROGENATED OILS!
Net Weight: 750 g. / 1.65 lb.
Country of Origin: Germany