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The "blossoming confections" by artist-chocolatier Michael Diewald are unique. In his workshop in the 6th district, he crafts beautiful chocolate treats decorated with wild fruit, herbs and dried flowers. Chocolate and marzipan are organically sourced, while the berries and aromas come directly from the Viennese Woods. In the shop customers will find a selection of season treats changing throughout the year. On Thursday drop by the confectionery workshop to watch the team at work and sample the produce.
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