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Belevskaya Marshmallow Museum
15.02.2015 19:56
Belevskaya Marshmallow Museum

A modern interactive museum of Belevskaya marshmallow will open this year in Belev of Tula Oblast.

      According to the Press Service of the regional government referring to the Minister of Culture and Tourism of the region Tatyana Rybkina, the museum will give the visitors the opportunity to learn the secrets of cooking of marshmallow from different manufacturers and even participate in the cooking of the old Tula delicacy. The museum is being created at private expense. Belevskaya marshmallow is the main brainchild of the famous Russian merchant Amvrosiy Pavlovich Prokhorov. It has been exported to the royal court, to the tables of VIP persons of of France, Spain and Italy, Bulgaria and Georgia since 1881.

      The marshmallow was sold only in the company’s family store in Moscow. It is cooked by hand from aromatic pulp of baked Antonovo apples grown in specially planted apple orchards around Belev. Currently there are about 10 kinds of marshmallow – classic one, those with pieces of cherry and cinnamon, raspberries, cranberries, strawberries, honey, nuts, apples and cinnamon, as well as lenten one.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Marshmallow Museum Tula    

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