Erich Hamann Bittere Schokoladen Berlin was founded in 1912 by, you guessed it, Erich Hamann, a confectioner who came from the Memel Territory in East Prussia. The first retail store and production facility was located in Kurfürstenstraße, just next to several girl’s boarding schools, whose residents expressed their need for dark (bitter) chocolates with less sugar; Erich Hamann happily complied, making this the main focus of his young company.
Archive: February 2012
This is Wibke Deertz in her living room on Torstraße, Mitte.
Marlene and James are a fashionable couple living in Prenzlauer Berg, her being a fashion journalist writing for Sueddeutsche and ZEIT, him being a talented designer creating classic clothing for men and women.