A Hamburg Speciality: ‘Kemm’ Brown Biscuits.
These crisp, fresh-tasting biscuits have been made by the Kemm Family bakery in Hamburg since 1782 – the recipe has been handed down generation by generation – and they have slowly become the family ‘trademark’. Their slightly gingery, spicy taste is hard to describe – you just have to try them! People usually eat them by themselves, with butter, or as coffee-biscuits: a real German habit is to eat them for breakfast on top of buttered rolls! A clever idea – use them in gravy to give it a special touch!