The Marzipan Museum Room gives a good overview of the history of marzipan — how a medicine, made in the pharmacy during the Middle Ages, became a popular candy later. There are 200 marzipan figurines, cards and cakes on display, which are made using molds that are more than a hundred years old. Here you can watch the art of painting marzipan: an artist works at the museum room, painting marzipan figures just as the guests wish.
Researcher Otto Kubo, who has worked for Kalev for 60 years, can tell interesting stories about marzipan and its history to visitors at the museum room.
I walked past this cafe on a walking tour through the Old town of Tallinn and was told it was a famous chocolate brand you could find everywhere in Estonia. After finishing the walking tour and...
Very interstaing process of preparink those marzepan dolls,the hand made paint and the awsome taste of it
Have a cup of coffe at the cafe. This is the old kalev factory. The history is long and interesting. Worth a quick walk in