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As a lifelong fan of quality marzipan, I felt compelled to try this venue. Visited the cafe not the museum.
Had the hot chocolate drink and marzipan icecream. The former was divine akin to drinking melted chocolate but without the usual richness associated by actually...More
Stopped in after spending a few hours in Tallinn on the way back. Our tour guide told us about this place and Tallinn's claim as the birthplace of Marzipan. Being off-season end of the day, it is quiet and slow, so out of courtesy I...More
The popularity of marzipan, a Mediaval remedy for headache lies in the history of Reval as Tallinn was then called. It was part of the Northern Hansa towns through which goods moved efficiently, also the recipe for marzipan from Lubeck. You can buy the sweet...More
We stopped by here because i heard of the fun activities for children. For 4€ they are able to make a figure out if marzipan, paint it and take it home in a small box.
They have more delicious treats you can purchase and in...More
A nice place to quickly stop by at to look at marzipan sculptures. I expected a little more from it, but it was nice that they also had a nice selection of marzipan to purchase afterwards, and the offered activities add to it, too.
We went here as part of an 'Estonian Experience' Walking Tour, and our 6 year old had a lot of fun molding her own marzipan figure. Delicious marzipan, and downstairs there was a room filled with amazing marzipan sculptures. Worth a look!
Difficult to resist a small sample of various flavors of marzipan, so stopped in for a snack and drink. Upstairs were groups of little kids making marzipan shapes. Downstairs was the "museum" of lots of marzipan figures (e.g. Putin). Fun, though they could have been...More