- Lieken "Rum" Stollen
This Stollen is a fruit bread of nuts, spices, and dried/candied fruit, coated with powdered sugar with additional rum aroma. It is a traditional German bread eaten during the Christmas season
Dresden Stollen is said to have originated in 1329 as a result of a contest offered by the Bishop of Nauruburg. Bakers in the region produced a wonderful bread baked with the finest butter, sugar, raisins, citron, and other specialty ingredients. Because of its long history and cultural significance, this German classic has been awarded the Protected Geographical Indication status by the European Commission in 2010, which restricts the production of Dresdner stollen to the state capital Dresden and twelve municipalities in the greater Dresden area.