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Top 5 Most Delicious Russian Sweets
January 19, 2019 13:12


All the countries can be proud of their national sweet delicacies. In Russia, these are chocolate sweets. Their diversity is really surprising: an uncountable number of tasty sweets with a rich variety of fillings are produced in every region of this country. Our Top 5 includes the most delicious and famous chocolate sweets in Russia. The list is based on user feedback from large Internet resources and is subjective.
5. KaraKum
Kara Kum by the “Red October” chocolate factory are favoured by more than one generation of the Russians and deserve to be among the best Russian sweets. Their taste has not changed since Soviet times. The classic wrapping of the sweets has not changed much and still depicts camels wandering in the desert. The inner layer of the dessert is a soft praline with pieces of waffles and nuts. Delicious filling is covered with a delicate chocolate coating. One of the advantages of these sweets is that they are still made in accordance with the USSR State Standard. The tentative cost of the Kara Kum sweets is 600 rubles per 1 kg.
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Among the most delicious Russian sweets is Chio Rio produced at the Yashkino factory. The brand boasts an unusual refined taste. Chio Rio sweets have a combined filling of chocolate, cookies, and caramel and are chocolate glazed. It should also be noted that the design of the Chio Rio wrapper was inspired by Japanese motifs. 
The advantages of these extremely tasty sweets include their low average price – around 47 rubles for a 180 g box.
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3. Little Red Riding Hood (Krasnaya Shapochka in Russian)
Most of Russians have loved the taste of the Little Red Riding Hood chocolate sweets from the Red October factory since childhood. The delicacy is rightfully listed among the most delicious and popular Russian sweets. The chocolate glazing, filling, and waffles create a harmonious blend for the taste of the Red Riding Hood sweets. Their average price makes around 640-700 rubles per 1 kg.
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2. Bruin Bear (Mishka Kosolapy in Russian)
The Bruin Bear sweets produced at the Red October factory are not only one of the most delicious, but also the oldest chocolate sweets in Russia. Their recipe, ingredients, and packaging, have come down to us almost unchanged. They came to be produced at the Einem manufactory (presently the famous chocolate factory Red October) even before the October revolution, presumably in the 1880s -1890s. The sweets wrapper was designed by the artist Emmanuel Andreev, who adopted Ivan Shishkin's famous painting "Morning in a Pine Forest" as a basis for it. The recipe of the oldest sweets by the factory "Red October" has not changed: gentle praline between two waffles is coated with chocolate glazing. The price of the legendary delicacy ranges from 700 to 800 rubles per kg.
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1. Inspiration (Vdokhnovenie in Russian)
The Inspiration sweets with their delicate almond cream and whole almonds inside are one of the most delicious and favourite sweets in Russia. The almond kernel is enclosed in a nut cream, covered in a crispy waffle and dressed in fresh chocolate glazing. The waffle is sprinkled with pleasantly crispy little nut pieces. Almond cream is outstandingly soft and tender. It is a most harmonious combination of a tender filling, a crisp whole walnut and strong chocolate coating. The average price of the Inspiration sweets is 257 rubles per pack of 240 g.
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Sources: http://top10a.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Cuisine Russian Desserts Russian Souvenirs Gourmet Tours  

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