About our goods

About our goods

About our goods

The ingredients for our breads are simply four healthy ones: Top premium imported flour, natural sour-dough, water and a pinch

of salt. 

It’s critical to provide tender loving care to each ingredient throughout the traditional German method we use 

to create that fantastic flavour and unique texture.


Now get ready to start your Journey to mouth-watering loaves of goodness, delicious rolls and our best seller: Pretzels


German Pumpernickel & Nutritional Facts 
The German Pumpernickel is so far the most nutritious of all the breads. It was first baked in the town of Osnabrück during a famine in 1450, when local
officials ordered a special bread to be baked for the poor. 
“C’est pain pour Nicole!” Napoleon Bonaparte claimed when this bread was offered to him by the Germans. The expression “pain pour Nicole” is t he
phonetic for Pum per Nickel . Nicole was Napoleon’s Horse. This is what the legend says is the origin of this exquisite bread’s name. 
Our German Pumpernickel contains no colouring agents, instead relying on the Maillard reaction to produce its characteristic deep brown colour,
dark chocolate, coffee flavour, and earthy aroma. To achieve this, loaves are baked in long narrow lidded pans 8 to 16 hours in a low temperature
(about 250°F or 120°C), steam-filled oven. 
German pumpernickel is often found in boutique shops such as ours aimed at
an upscale clientele, as it is often paired with caviar, smoked salmon, sturgeon,
and other expensive products. German Pumpernickel is the most nutritional bread and it is claimed to even have aphrodisiac properties as it contains: 
Niacin and Riboflavin and B-complex vitamins 
Incorporating German pumpernickel into your diet helps you consume more niacin and riboflavin, two B-complex vitamins that help you metabolize nutrients and produce fuel for your cells. Niacin also supports healthy cell growth while riboflavine boots up your energy levels. 
Pumpernickel contains B-complex vitamins — particularly thiamin, or vitamin B-1, needed to produce energy in the body — and niacin, or vitamin B-3, essential in nervous and digestive system health. Also present in pumpernickel is folate, in the amount of 24 mcg per slice; this B-complex vitamin is important in the production of red blood cells and helps prevent rare neural tube defects in newborns. Pumpernickel also provides manganese. Manganese helps form a potent antioxidant called superoxide dismutase, which scavenges harmful free radicals in the body. 
Selenium and Copper 
German pumpernickel also boosts your intake of the essential minerals selenium and copper. Copper helps you synthesize neurotransmitters and plays
a role in producing melanin, a pigment that protects your skin from the sun. Like riboflavin, selenium acts as an antioxidant and prevents tissue damage
. It also supports healthy blood vessel function and plays a role in muscle metabolism. 
Consuming two slices of pumpernickel bread boosts your manganese. Your body uses manganese to convert food into fuel and to maintain healthy bones
and connective tissue. It also supports brain function, helps you form blood clots and maintains your body’s hormone balance for women this is the best
for that time of the month where hormonal imbalance may be present causing pre-menstrual syndrome. 
Dietary Fiber 
German pumpernickel will help you achieve or maintain a healthy weight by increasing your fibre intake. It helps you feel full after eating, and individuals
who follow a diet high in fibre tend to carry less excess fat than those who don’t. You’ll also enjoy other health benefits associated with consuming fibre,
including a lower risk of diverticular disease and Type 2 diabetes. 
Credits to Healthy Living and Wikipedia for the above info. Disclaimer: 
The content above is for information only. For medical advise please consult your family Dr or GP. 
Some “bakers” will use Soya to re-create the dark colour. Please make sure to ask before buying it in other bakeries as this may not be beneficial
to your heath. 
We are the only German Bakery in the UK to bake this Master piece.
Our genuine German Pumpernickel is made from scratch
every night of the week in our premises to assure freshness
and all ingredients are imported to assure quality. 
This durable bread can remain fresh up to a week.
German 100% Rye Bread to Control Weight 
Rye is more than a flavourful ingredient in baking; research shows that this humble grain packs a serious nutritional punch. Contributing to
cardiovascular health, cancer prevention, and management of diabetes, rye is an important addition to the diet. Not only is this grain healthy,
but it also has been found to promote weight control and digestive health.
Rye is more than a flavourful ingredient in baking; research shows that this humble grain packs a serious nutritional punch. Contributing to cardiovascular health, cancer prevention, and management of diabetes, rye is an important addition to the diet. Not only is this grain healthy, but it also has been found to promote weight control and digestive health.
Rye is a grass that is a close relative to wheat and barley. It grows in poor soils and cold conditions. Rye flour has far lower gluten content than wheat and is excellent for use with a sourdough starter. 
Rye is very nutrient dense, supplying high levels of iron, calcium, potassium and zinc as well as vitamin E and a variety of B vitamins. It is also a good source of protein and soluble fibre. Soluble fibre helps one to feel satisfied longer as it slows down the breakdown of carbohydrates and sugars. 
Rye has been shown to reduce heart disease and cancer risk while supporting diabetic health. Since rye is an outstanding source of
cholesterol lowering soluble fibre, cardiovascular health is enhanced. This nutritious grain is also magnesium rich which helps control high
blood pressure. Another advantage of rye is that it ferments in the gut, producing arabinoxylan, a short chain fatty acid. This in turn supports
the immune system by triggering lymphocyte production while balancing blood sugar levels and lowering cholesterol. 
Rye provides an abundance of lignans, a phytoestrogen that protects breast tissue from the cancer inducing effects of oestrogen. Additionally
, a study in Finland found that consuming rye bread offers protection against colon cancer. Rye binds to bile acids that may trigger this disease
while safely eliminating them from the body. A separate Finnish study also found that consuming high fibre dark positive news for diabetics.
Moreover, Rye is a natural cure for constipation and haemorrhoids. For centuries, Rye has been used to enhance insulin secretion while
improving B cell function, which cleanses the stomach and intestines of impurities and parasites. 
Rye can help with weight management. Volunteers who consumed rye bread for breakfast felt less hunger throughout the day than those
who consumed whole grain wheat bread. Dark 100% rye bread was found to be the most successful in reducing hunger. 
Modern wheat’s intolerance v Rye and Spelt. 
An increasing number of the world populations are suffering from wheat-intolerance. Wheat is found in most of the breads sold in the world. 
(CBS News) Modern wheat is a “perfect, chronic poison,” according to Dr. William Davis, a cardiologist who has published a book all about
the world’s most popular grain. 
100% Rye bread and 100% wholemeal Rye has the following benefits: 
Improves digestion 
Help to loss weight 
Increases energy levels 
Help with eliminating sugar from Blood 
Improves bowel movement 
Improves mental function and a happy mood 
Spelt bread, although still wheat, it’s called the good wheat
as it is an ancient wheat compared to modern wheat that
has been modified in the early 60’s with the intention to
eradicate famine around the world. 
Please visit us for genuine wheat-free selection of breads,
all baked nightly, free of chemicals and additives
by a German Master Baker. 
Pretzels, Brezeln History or Legend? 
Documentation shows that pretzel were used in the bakery emblems of baker guilds in Southern Germany since 1111. In the 12th century
Hortus Deliciarum from the Southwest German Alsace (today France) may contain the earliest depiction of a pretzel. In the 16th century,
the Souther German tradition of eating pretzels during Good Friday dinner is introduced. 
Within the Catholic church, pretzels are regarded as having religious significance for both ingredients and shape. Pretzels made with a
simple recipe using only flour and water could be eaten during lent, when European Christians were forbidden to eat eggs, lard, or dairy
products like milk and butter. As time passed, pretzels became associated with both Lent and Easter. Pretzels were hidden on
Easter morning just like eggs are hidden today an are particularly associated with Lent, fasting, and prayers before Easter. 
he classic pretzel’s three-hole shape begins to take form. The three holes represent the Christian Trinity of “Father, Son and Holy Spirit,” and pretzels are thought to bring luck, prosperity, and spiritual wholeness. 
The wedding phrase “tying the knot” got its start when a pretzel was used to tie the knot between two prominent families. The Pretzel’s loops stood for everlasting love. 
The Laugenbrezel is accredited to the Bavarians. The saga goes that on the morning of February 11, 1839, Anton Nepomuk Pfanenbrenner, the baker for the Munich Royal Café, was preparing some sweet pretzels for his guests. He wanted to brush the pretzels with sugar-water, but accidentally used the Natronlauge, the sodium hydroxide solution being used to clean and disinfect the bakery. The baker decided to bake the pretzels anyway. The pretzels came out of the oven with a unique brown crust, soft center, and delicious taste.