Danish pastry, a famous delicacy that any traveler visiting Denmark must try. Price starting from 7 DKK (Danish Krone) or 1 Euro, pastries sold in Denmark are among the best that you can have in this world. It is so popular that you can always find one in the next few shops which ever street you stroll down in Denmark. I’ve tried the pastries made from one highly acclaimed cafe in Copenhagen and they did not disappoint me, so I snapped a photo of them…
Some EXIF info: Captured with Nikon D7000 and Nikkor 18-105mm lens attached. Shot in Program Auto mode, with Shutter speed 1/40 sec and Aperture f4.5. Focus distance was set to 35mm. Auto ISO 1600. Auto White Balance. No flash fired and +2/3EV exposure value being compensated with Matrix metering.
In Denmark, Danish pastries are normally topped with chocolate, sugar or icing, and are stuffed with either fruit jam or custard. Shapes can be either circles with filling in the middle (known as “Spandauer’s”), figure-eights, spirals (known as snails), or pretzel-like kringles. Those we tried were filled with raspberry jam and custard. They are simply marvelous!
Other than Danish pastries, Danish butter cookies are another top bakery product from Denmark. While Danish pastries can be found everywhere on Copenhagen streets, Danish cookies are more easily seen available in the Copenhagen airport, which was to my surprise! Whatever it is, eat Danish pastries in Denmark and buy Danish cookies home to your country! – Travel Feeder, your ultimate travel photo blog