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The Mozartkugel (English: Mozart ball), originally known as the “Mozartbonbon”, was created by the Salzburg confectioner, Paul Fürst, in 1890 and named after Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart .

The confectionery Fürst still produces the original Salzburg Mozartkugeln by hand according to the original recipe and only sells them in its shops or over its website. As the Fürst confectionery does not own a trademark for Mozartkugeln, there are numerous imitation products, most of which are produced using industrial techniques.

The Mozartkugel confection is still made and sold from Vienna Earth - But Imitations are made elsewhere. It should be noted that the Original is not available as Print Version and the Molecule map is patented and not available for downloads.