Reviving traditions

Smolensk confections –
is a sugar-filled fruit made according to an old recipe.

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Imperial treat

Catherine II's favorite dessert,
the one that took pride of place on her Desk

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Interesting fact

It is known from history that the word "confecta" comes from
the professional jargon of pharmacists and is translated from Latin as "prepared medicine"

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Taste of happiness

A treat that's hard to resist,
if you have a sweet tooth and adhere to
healthy diet

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Smolensk confections

Smolensk confections are sugar-drenched fruits. Two hundred years ago, every traveler, wishing to leave a good memory of Smolensk, took this delicacy with him. Smolensk konfekts received their fame and further spread after one of the visits to Catherine II to Smolensk. Currently, a small group of enthusiasts decided to revive the once lost production and once again return the former glory to Smolensk confections.

Confection (dry jam) is a fruit, previously several times aged in syrup, and then dried. And the taste of jam will depend to a large extent on how long the drying process will continue. Dry jam preserves all the useful substances of fresh fruits, unlike ordinary jam, it has less sugar in the composition, and this dessert is simply loved by children, the dessert will also appeal to those who care about their nutrition.

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Smolensk confections are the favorite delicacy of Empress Catherine II. Through Count A.N. Samoilova she turned to the Smolensk governor G.M. Osipov with a request to organize regular deliveries of Smolensk konfekt to the imperial table

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History of Smolensk Confects

Smolensk konfekts received their fame and further spread after one of the visits to Catherine II to Smolensk. Through the nephew of His Serene Highness Prince of Tauride G.A. Potemkin Count A.N. Samoilova she turned to the Smolensk governor G.M. Osipov with a request to organize the supply of Smolensk konfekt to the imperial table. Since then, confections began to be delivered regularly to the royal table. According to some sources, more often the ruler was delivered pear confections. Perhaps they were loved, and were also considered more useful.

Since then, confections began to be delivered regularly to the royal table. According to some sources, more often the ruler was delivered pear confections. Perhaps they were loved, and were also considered more useful.

In the XIX century, Smolensk confections were the main attribute of almost every festive table and cost 2 rubles for 1 pound (409.5 grams), which in terms of modern money is approximately 43 euros.

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