All Christmas presents together already? There is still enough time to take care of them. And we want to make it easy for you this year, because Berlin is of course also well positioned when it comes to gifts. Made in Berlin - is the motto. We have looked around the capital and put together some tips for you. Most suppliers even provide for a nice packaging. Have fun and a nice pre-Christmas season.
Tip 1: Sweets from Berlin chocolate factory Sawade
Sawade Berlin is the oldest chocolate factory in the city. For 140 years, the finest pralines, truffles and chocolate specialities have been produced in the Berlin manufactory. Besides classics, there is also a large selection of non-alcoholic and also vegan chocolates. Specialities for the Christmas season are of course also available, packed in lovingly designed boxes.
Tip 2: Marzipan from Wald Königsberger Marzipan
Delicious fine marzipan according to old tradition can be found in this stylish store in Charlottenburg. The marzipan is flamed according to a classic secret family recipe and is not only enjoyed by those with a sweet tooth. At Christmas, of course, there are Santa Clauses and angels made of marzipan.
Tip 3: Even more fine chocolates from Erich Hamann
Where shopping is already in style: the Erich Hamann chocolate shop in Wilmersdorf is furnished in the original Bauhaus style - designed by Bauhaus icon Johannes Itten. Here you can browse in the beautiful ambience and stock up on delicious chocolates, fine dark chocolates, mocha beans and other treats for the festive season. By the way, the ginger sticks are especially recommended.
Tip 4: Berliner Kaffeerösterei - Coffee and cakes
Another traditional house in Wilmersdorf is the Berliner Kaffeerösterei, whose delicious coffee aroma wafts through Uhlandstraße. In addition to a large selection of coffees from all over the world, you will also find delicious teas and everything you need for a coffee chat. In the adjacent café, you can relax with coffee and cake after a shopping spree on Kurfürstendamm.
Tip 5: Chocolate binge at the Rausch Chocolate House
A perfect gift for your loved ones at Christmas. The winter wonderland in the Rausch Schokoladenhaus welcomes you with Christmas chocolate creations and a festive atmosphere. Surely you will find the one or other sweet present. In the gift service it will be wrapped up festively.
Tip 6: Berliner Bohne – the fair capital chocolate
What does fair chocolate mean? Climate-friendly and socially responsible economic activity. What does fair chocolate taste like? Well, sweet and delicately bitter, full-bodied round and with corners & edges. All in all: 100% fair. 100% organic. Ideal as a Christmas present.
Tip 7: Knalle Popkorn
You know popcorn sweet and salty? Then have a look at Knalle Popcorn, they have the most incredible flavours: dark chocolate roasted almond, peanut butter salted caramel, Malabar pepper salted caramel, white chocolate salted pretzel and and and - the choice is enormous and an ideal crunchy gift. Either as a box or as a gift companion. Let it pop.
Tip 8: Délicieux Macarons: Makrönchen Manufaktur
For over ten years, the Makrönchen Manufaktur has been making its delicate macarons in soft pastel colours that melt in your mouth. The macarons are made with the best ingredients, without gluten, alcohol or gelatine, and are a fine gift for all those who love something special.
Tip 9: Sweet or spicy: Bonbonmacherei
Whether sweet, sour or spicy, caramel or malt liquorice, honey or medicinal herbs: they are all delicious, the colourful sweets from the candy maker's shop Bonbonmacherei. The shop is located in the Heckmannhöfe, so it's easy to combine a flying visit with a stroll through the small shops and boutiques in Mitte.
Tip 10: Winterfeldt Schokoladen
Another tip for all those with a sweet tooth: the beautifully decorated store Winterfeldt Schokoladen in Schöneberg is a feast for the eyes. Here you can buy exclusive chocolates in the rooms of a former pharmacy from the Wilhelminian era. Rummage through the drawers and cupboards and put together a selection of pralines and chocolates from all over the world.
Tip 11: Hamper from Mutter Fourage
In summer, the Mutter Fourage culture barn with its cozy courtyard café is a popular destination for anyone out and about in south-west Berlin. But in winter, too, the café invites you to linger after a long walk. In the farm store, you can have a gift basket filled with selected delicacies put together for you, making it the perfect gift.