Fine Food Products from Saxony

Get to know fine food brands originating in Saxony with links to where to purchase them and to their manufacturers.

Coat of Arms of Saxony

Boehme — One of the original brands of the “Delitzscher Schokoladenfabrik,” founded in 1894 Delitzsch, between Halle and Leipzig. When Germany was separated by a wall, the East German factory operated under national ownership, while the company Wissoll marketed the brand in West Germany. In 2008, the Halloren chocolate company took over the Delitzscher Schokoladenfabrik, making Boehme one of several brands still marketed successfully worldwide. (Saxony)
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Dr. Quendt — A baking company based in Dresden, making some of the best delicacies, stollen, fluffy cookies called Russisch Brot, and other delicious Christmas treats. Now part of the Lambertz group. (Saxony)
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Dr. Quendt — Opened in 1876 as an elite royal bakery in Dresden, serving the King of Saxony. After WWII, they added Russian Bread to their offerings, and in 1994 they begin to make original Dresdner Christmas Stollen and the unique chocolate Domino squares. These three are the best known products of this brand. (Saxony)
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Gosebrauerei Bayerischer Bahnhof — Produces house-made beer for local and US market in various styles. All beers are served unfiltered, so there is a little yeast left from the brewing process, and are produced using special malts from the company Weyermann and hops from the Elbe-Saale area. (Saxony)
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Kreutzkamm — An independent confectioner with cafe-restaurants in Dresden and Munich, exporting very high quality Stollen and fancy cakes and pastries. (Saxony)
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Laroshell — A brandy-filled praline brands produced by in the Delitzscher Schokoladenfabrik located in Delitzsch, near Leipzig and marketed by Halloren (Saxony)
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Radeberger Pils — (Saxony)
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Riesa — A traditional Saxon noodle producer based in Riesa, north-east of Dresden. Established in 1914. (Saxony)
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Werner’s — Werner's is another traditional Saxon food producer, located south-east of Dresden. Today, the company produces potato dumplings and other dry products. (Saxony)
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