Confectionery Art
since 1786
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Christmas at Demel

Welcome to the Christmas World of K. u. K. Hofzuckerbäckerei Demel.

Chocolate, cinnamon and Christmas scents - enjoy the most festive and sparkling season of the year with Demel's confectionery art in its utmost perfection. Our gingerbread figures are small pieces of art - each piece is lovingly produced and decorated by hand. Or may we offer you our handmade Christmas tea biscuits, typically Austrian Stollen and Strudel or Demel‘s hot chocolate, a delicious blend of Demel‘s dark- and milk chocolate... Choose your most favorite Christmas specialities for you and your loved ones.

Enter Demel's Christmas Online-Shop


Across the Viennese Kohlmarkt and through the originally kept portal, explore what Demel’s wonderful world entails.

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Demel's Cakes

Whether Demel's Sachertorte, Apple Strudel, the famous Annatorte or our Fächertorte - choose your most favourite seasonal cake directly from our continuously changing display case selection at Kohlmarkt 14 in Vienna.

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From tea biscuits and cakes to seasonal specials. Those who like treats are on the right lead.


"HAS...CHOSEN YET?"Savoury or sweet? You would like to know exactly what the fabulous world of Demel’s menu entails? Click here!

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Whether birthdays, weddings, corporate events or "just-because", our talented confectioners will turn your dreams, ideas and wishes into magnificent reality.


Demel's Apfelstrudel

The secret behind our beloved Apfelstrudel. Whatch our Demel pastry chefs while they perform the perfect Strudel Dough Stretch!


Demel's displays: Almost impossible to des-cake!


Demel’s store display can be considered a true piece of Vienna. It was the winter of 1933 when Baron Federico Berzeviczy-Pallavicini first stepped foot into the establishment on Kohlmarkt. The artist, who Josef Hoffmann once referred to as “the last romantic”, married Klara Demel, significantly shaping Vienna’s cityscape henceforth. During the war he first emigrated to Italy, then America in order to further develop his artistic career. After his return he immediately commenced staging store displays as Vienna had never seen them before. This tradition has since continued – at times even provocatively, when concerned with certain events of the day. To this day, the store displays exhibit the increasingly forgotten confectionery art – carefully designed and crafted by our confectioners and our creative industrial design team.