Premium Baumkuchen Cake by Shimizu 7.7 oz
This thin layered cake is called Baumkuchen, German word meaning tree cake named after the layers resembling a cut tree trunk. Indeed, Baumkuchen were invented in Germany but are most popular in Japan. Japanese love for Baumkuchen started in 1919 when Karl Joseph Wilhelm Juchheim baked traditional Baumkuchen at a German exhibition in Hiroshima. Since then the Japanese have embraced these cakes and it has become part of the Japanese food culture. Enjoy this soft and classic Japanese Baumkuchen with coffee or tea.
- Facts 7.7 oz. Product of Japan.
- Ingredients Egg powder, sugar, wheat flour, vegetable oil (rapeseed, palm), margarine (palm, rapeseed, soybean, corn), corn starch, western liquor - (rum/0.04%), sweetener (sorbitol), emulsifier (palm), baking powder-(sodium bicarbonate), artificial flavor, carotene, lecithin-(soybean derived). This product is produced in the same facility as product containing wheat. Contains egg, wheat & soybean.