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Marmalades (12 pcs)
Homemade marmalades made by the Metropol confectioners following the traditional recipes will be a treat for children and grownups alike. It’s the taste of childhood in a modern exquisite format.

Ingredients: fruit and berry puree, sugar, pectin, glucose, citric acid.
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Macarons (8 pcs)
Almond cakes available in all colors of the rainbow melt in your mouth, and this is not a figure of speech! Light, tender and incredibly tasty: you don’t need a special occasion to give yourself a treat.

Ingredients: almond powder, sugar powder, egg whites, fruit and berry puree, dairy butter, white chocolate.

1 200
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Truffle candy (12 pcs)
Dark truffle candy handmade by Metropol confectioners will be a good finishing touch to a celebratory dinner. Smooth chocolate taste with a touch of brandy flavor is a noble combination rightfully considered classical.

Ingredients: dark chocolate, dairy cream, dairy butter, cocoa powder, brandy.
1 950
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The Moskva Cake by the Metropol Pastry Chef
Our signature dessert consists of four egg whip layers interleaved with caramelized milk cream and hazelnuts. The cake is topped with red mirror glaze and chocolate images of Moscow’s landmarks.

Ingredients: Dacquoise hazelnut sponge cake, hazelnut and caramelized milk cream, chocolate (55% cocoa), currant berries, mirror glaze.

Weight – 1.8 kg

2 250
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Pre order in 48 hours.

Our operator will contact you within two hours after your order from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. or next day in case payment was done after 6 p.m.

You can take your cake away in Chaliapin Bar: Moscow, Teatralny proezd 2.

Please, show payment confirmation you will receive to your e-mail to Chaliapin Bar employee.


Feel the spirit of historyl!

Metropol is a legendary Moscow hotel, which traces its history back 110 years. Its treasury contains hundreds of antique items and works of art of the 18-19th centuries.

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