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Mamor Chocolates M'OzArt Truffles


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    The Sound and Taste of Mozart

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    Australia’s most innovative chocolate couturier does it again.

    From April through to November, Melbourne music lovers will be able to get both the sound and the taste of Mozart, with the creation of a new chocolate sensation: M’OzArt Truffles.

    Created by renowned chocolate innovator and food scientist Hanna Frederick, M’OzArt Truffles will bring the spirit of Mozart to the Melba Hall, University of Melbourne as The Melbourne Musicians pre
    sent a series of performances within their 38th Concert Season; “Mozart Plus”. Performances will include Austrian-born maestro Frank U. Pam, as well as several overseas artists from the U.S.A and Austria itself.

    Hungary-Austrian-born, Hanna Frederick of Mámor Chocolates & High Tea Szalón just couldn’t resist the opportunity to create something sensational for the event; a combination of her Hungary-Austrian heritage and tradition, and two years’ worth of Australian experience. And she has donated the M’OzArt Truffles so all proceedings go directly to the Melbourne Musicians. The great music of Mozart can be enjoyed by all.
    The M’OzArt Truffles are a graceful fusion of Austrian passion with local Australian flavour. Each truffle contains hazelnut-, pistachio- and almond marzipans, combined with the Aussie twist of macadamia nut marzipan, Mildura oranges, and Queensland ginger. The result is a both smooth and brightly sweet mix of chocolaty and fruity goodness that dances on one’s palate like a romantic couple to the Mozart’s music. It is a must-have for music lovers; two works of two brilliant artists, to be enjoyed at the same time.

    As such, Hanna’s experimentation of European and Australian flavours does not end with Mozart Plus. Old European flavours such as plum Slivovitz, and marzipan orange are already developed, as well as down-under blends like feijoa lemon myrtle, and pineapple flambé.

    And like Hanna, the Melbourne Musicians will continue to bring more brilliant works to Australia, with many more incredible pieces from other famous musicians, all year round.

    Mámor’s M’OzArt Truffles are available for purchase at their Collingwood shop, (153 Johnston Str, Collingwood, VIC 3066) after their debut at the 29 April Mozart concert. For more information on the Melbourne Musicians, their performance times and up-and-coming dates, get onto their website at

    For further information, please contact:

    Dr Hanna Frederick
    Mámor Chocolates & High Tea Szalón
    153 Johnston Street, Collingwood (Melbourne), VIC 3066 Australia

    T: 03-9419-3869, M: 0435-622-446, email:
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