YOU ARE SO SWEET

Where Berlin - - DINING -

Whether it's "Happy Mother's Day," "Happy Birth­day," or sim­ply "I love you," here are the sweet­est ways to ex­press your feel­ings.

KADÓ

For licorice lovers, a visit to Ger­many’s first licorice spe­cialty store is a must. Their so­called black trea­sures are lined up in glass bon­bon jars, wait­ing to be mixed ac­cord­ing to your de­sires. Grae­festr. 20. T: 030 69041638. www.kado.de

WALD KÖNIGSBERGER MARZIPAN

What was once re­served for em­per­ors and kings can now be en­joyed by all. Marzipan here is made by hand ac­cord­ing to 100-year old tradition, us­ing only nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents of the high­est qual­ity (pic­tured be­low). Pestalozzistr. 54A. T: 030 3238254. www.wald-koenigs­berger- marzipan.com

RAUSCH SCHOKOLADEN

This shop is not only home to re­put­edly the long­est pra­line counter in the world, but also has mon­u­men­tal choco­late sculp­tures of Berlin’s main at­trac­tions and serves di­vine hot choco­lates at their in-house café. Char­lot­ten­str. 60. T: 0800 0301918. www.rausch.de

MR MINSCH

Carry on the tra­di­tional Ger­man Sun­day cof­fee and cake in good fash­ion at Mr Minsch. They of­fer a daily se­lec­tion of up to 20 clas­si­cal tarts and cakes, to be en­joyed at their out­side ta­bles, but the real draw are their choco­late and sugar sculp­tures. Yor­ck­str. 15. T: 030 52664903. www. mr- minsch-torten.de

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