In the heart of Switzerland, in the Emmental Valley, Kambly has been producing the world famous Bretzeli biscuit for 110 years. Discover the rich history of the iconic Swiss brand Kambly at the visitor center and bake your own Bretzeli. There is nothing better than tasting an oven-fresh Bretzeli!
The idyllic Emmental Valley with its rolling green hills and the nicely decorated farmhouses is home to Kambly, Switzerland’s most popular and best known biscuit brand. Kambly's history began with a love story, as the young Oscar R. Kambly followed his heart to settle as a baker in Trubschachen in 1906. Baked fresh every day according to his grandmother's recipe, Oscar's masterly touch with the thin Bretzeli biscuits from the Emmental soon made them so popular that he decided to dedicate himself entirely to his promising star product. This was the beginning of a tradition of fine baking, a tradition of unique specialities of unrivalled quality and exquisite variety that have been baked everyday with the same love and devotion and very best ingredients for three generations for connoisseurs both near and far.
The program „Make your own Bretzeli“ is held at the Kambly visitor center in Trubschachen. The Kambly Maître Confiseur assists the group in baking the Bretzeli. Afterwards the freshly baked Bretzeli can be tasted as well as handmade Swiss chocolate, crafted by the Kambly Maîtres Confiseurs. Besides the Bretzeli baking the Kambly visitor center offers a Café, a multimedia show where visitors discover the rich history of Kambly, the show confectionary and the factory shop where around 100 different types of Kambly biscuits are on display and can be tasted at one’s heart content.
- Baking Bretzeli with the Kambly Maître Confiseur
- Exclusive tasting of oven-fresh Bretzeli and handmade Swiss chocolate, crafted by the Kambly Maîtres Confiseurs
- Souvenir: 125g Kambly Bretzeli.
- Visit to the Kambly visitor center
- Tasting of all Kambly specialities in the factory shop
2 to 4 hours (half day)
Group & pricing information
German, English, French
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