FEODORA Chocolade GmbH & Co. KG developed out of a sugar refinery established in Tangermünde on the Elbe River in 1826. Following World War II, the company was expropriated and parts of the factory were dismantled. It found a new and fitting site in Bremen where the company then relaunched its chocolate and praline production. Since then FEODORA has been made in the heart of Bremen.

The FEODORA brand of high-quality chocolates and pralines came into being in 1910 and owes its name to Princess Feodora. Sugar industrialist Hermann Meyer from Tangermünde developed a new, very elegant chocolate recipe and asked Empress Auguste Victoria for permission to name his chocolate after her sister, Princess Feodora. She agreed and since then her sister’s personal signature as well as the crown and coat-of-arms of the royal house of Schleswig Holstein have adorned the noble packaging of fine FEODORA chocolates. Even today FEODORA’s fine chocolate specialties are made according to the original recipes.

The cocoa is roasted in the hot air flow of a spherical roaster and then pulverized by means of a rolling and breaking process until it is extremely fine. Conventional consumer products never achieve this degree of fineness. The chocolate mass is blended for up to 72 hours in a so-called “conche”, a shell-shaped container, while moisture, gases and acids are released. What remains is the unmistakably smooth flavor so typical of FEODORA’s exclusive and exquisite products. The highest standard of quality combined with traditional recipes, decades of experience and love of detail go together in producing unique pleasure.

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