Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte, literally “Black Forest Cherry Cake”, originated in Germany. It consists of several layers of chocolate cake with whipped cream and cherries between each layer. The cake is decorated with additional whipped cream, sour cherries, and chocolate shavings. Kirschwasser (clear liquor distilled from tart cherries) is added to the cake, although other liquors are also used (like rum, common in Austrian recipes). German statutory interpretation states Kirschwasser as a mandatory ingredient, otherwise the cake can legally not be marketed as Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte. True Black Forest cakes are decorated with black cherries. The cake was first mentioned in writing in 1934. At the time, it was particularly associated with Berlin but was also available from high-end confectioners in other German cities. In 1949, it took 13th place in a list of best-known German cakes and has since become world-renowned.
Kitteh, get baking.
NO! let’s go to the fancy cafe again :>
Yes !!! I loved that place !! When we get married and I’m your trophy wife I’m just going to hang out there all day while you’re at work earning the big money !!!