Ingredients: Rye flour 71%, Wheat flour 29%, water, rye malt, sugar, yeast, salt, coriander. Borodino bread can rightfully be ranked among the most popular food products, which are in great demand not only among the majority of the inhabitants of the Russian Federation, but also in countries that were formerly part of the USSR.
Cake "Mishka Kosolapiy" is an assortment of mini-cakes in a convenient box with individual cells. Layers of air crisp wafers are smeared with a fragrant nut-cream cream, covered with chocolate glaze and a sprinkle of chocolate and nut crumbs.
Canned foods are irreplaceable helpers for any housewife. You can always keep at home useful goodies, not worrying for their shelf life. Carrots "Lukashinsky" in Korean sharp 340g perfectly fit into the diet of any family!
A delicate, airy marshmallow in the glaze made of gorgeous dark chocolate was created more than half a century ago by the confectioners of the Moscow factory "Udarnitsa". At the heart of this light, the treat is natural apple puree, egg white, agar-agar, a unique useful substance that is derived from seaweed. Creamy tastes of marshmallow "Sharmel" perfectly matches with chocolate icing.
Blue Nun EISWEIN is the ultimate natural German Ice Wine in terms of quality and refinement. This EISWEIN shows sweet, rich peach fruit with a fine apple palate and some lemon notes. A fine sweetness on the finish rewards with intense grapey fruit.
Salmon caviar is an excellent, delicious, delicacy product, the use of which in cooking is not limited to snack sandwiches. Caviar is a part of a variety of salads, sushi and rolls, it is used as a filling for pancakes and tartlets.
Black sturgeon caviar is an expensive and rare delicacy. Due to its high cost, this caviar is available only to a small population of people. In the world, black caviar is traditionally associated with Russian and Iran cuisine. In any country in the world, among many other delicacies, sturgeon caviar is still the queen of the table, being a symbol of luxury and gastronomic sophistication.