Since 1957, the confectioners and bakers have been making crusty breads and delicate desserts for discerning connoisseurs. This cake paradise offers a huge selection of seasonally changing products. Purely natural ingredients are used to create something delicious. And also many unique products that are not available elsewhere, such as the fine chocolate temptation “Lozärner Rägetröpfli”. These are the highlight among the heavenly praline variations from the house of “Heini Luzern”. They are such fine works of art that they have even been included in the official inventory of Switzerland’s culinary heritage. The Heini cafés are meeting places for the people of Lucerne. Here you meet friends, here you get to know people, enjoy the carefree get-together and feel at home. It surprised no one that at the time over 16,000 Lucerne residents voted Heini the “friendliest shop in the city of Lucerne” with their vote.
Treichler, the inventor of the Zug Kirschtorte, is part of the Heini family. Treichler’s Zuger Kirschtorte tastes so delicious that it has been included in the official “Culinary Heritage of Switzerland” inventory. Fine Japonais bases, spread with aromatic cherry buttercream, topped with golden biscuit, generously drizzled with first-class cherry liqueur, sprinkled with roasted, sliced almonds, and last but not least, the surface dusted with icing sugar and decorated with the typical diamond pattern.