Bremen is not only considered the city of the Bremen Town Musicians, but also the city of emigrants. As an old Hanseatic city with a port, it had an extensive range of fish from the North Sea and the Weser, as well as exotic spices and wines. As in Hamburg, many goods and taste influences were and are sourced from the Lower Saxony area. Typical regional specialties are Labskaus, Pinkel and kale (a smoked Grützwurst), wedding soup and Knipp are some of the culinary specialties. But there are also some sweet specialties to be mentioned: Bremer Klaben , Babbeler (candy canes with peppermint oil), Bremer Kluten and Bremen coffee bread .
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The Bremer Mops are a sweet pastry specialty from the Bremen region. Crunchy, spicy and with an almond on top