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A tall chocolate covered prinzregententorte cake on a white cake stand in front of plants

Prinzregententorte

This Bavarian cake’s name gives little away, except perhaps that it is fit for royalty! Created for Prince Regent Luitpold of Bavaria in the 19th century, the Prinzregententorte (Prince Regent’s Cake) consists of eight layers of delicate thin sponge and luscious chocolate buttercream to represent the Kingdom of Bavaria’s eight districts. While these days Bavaria has just seven districts and most German Konditoreien followed suit by removing a layer from this cake, our Prinzregententorte stays true to the decadent original and is coated in a rich chocolate ganache.

Pricing

Our Prinzregententorte is currently available as a:

  • 20cm whole cake (serves 16): $110.00

Dietary Information

This cake contains:

  • gluten (flour)
  • eggs
  • milk (butter, milk & cream)

A low gluten version is available. Please note that traces of this product may still be found in the cake as other cakes containing these ingredients are made in the same kitchen.

Gallery

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    A close up of the top of a prinzregententorte cake with chocolate buttercream rosettes, chocolate discs and gold leaf flakes, in front of plants
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    A prinzregententorte cake from above with chocolate buttercream rosettes, chocolate discs and gold leaf flakes
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    A tall chocolate covered prinzregententorte cake on a white cake stand in front of plants
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    A slice of prinzregententorte cake showing all eight layers of chocolate buttercream and sponge on a white plate in front of plants