The most famous chocolate cake in the world was invented in Austria almost two centuries ago. A rich combination of chocolate and apricot jam, Sacher Torte is still prepared in an artisanal manner today, following a secret recipe.


Since the time of the Ancient Greeks to the present day, wedding cakes have been a symbol of the union of the bride and groom. Let’s take a step back in time to discover the origins of this tradition.




“Millefoglie” cake is an apparently simple dessert with a rich flavor – the combination of crusty puff pastry with soft pastry cream creates a perfect balance of flavors and textures.


One of the most exceptional dessert entries in the Guinness Book of World Records is a slice of cake that symbolizes a twentieth-century fairytale romance – a slice of cake from the wedding of Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson. In 1998, it was sold at auction for the record price of $29,900.