Master confectioner Hansjoerg Haag combines the best traditions of Swiss chocolate making with new flavours and innovative techniques at Haag Confectionary in Landeck, deeply steeped in tradition. Handcrafted in small batches, Hansjoerg Haag’s goal is to create something extraordinary—and the results will astound you. Using local ingredients that have been sourced in the surrounding mountains are added, including mountain mint, rhododendron honey, cranberries, finest Stanz plum brandy and of course the freshest milk from the famous Tirolese Grey Cattle breed. “Tiroler Edle” chocolates come in 46 different varieties and are all made of pure cocoa beans from small farmers in Venezuela, Ghana und Ecuador. Dedicated chocoholics shouldn't miss the “Tiroler Edle” Taste of Place Tour, offered from early June through late September: From Zams, ride the gondola atop Venet Mountain and stroll over wide open grey cattle grazing pastures to Gogles Alpine Pasture Hut. Taste the freshest and best-tasting milk you’ve ever tried and watch the cheese making process (by appointment only). Your walk continues to Gachenblick Nature Park Visitor’s Center. The hiker’s shuttle bus takes you back down to the valley and to the small town of Landeck. This is where your senses will soar with the aromas, sights, and flavours — not to mention samples — of rich Tiroler Edle chocolate, produced from the finest milk of the famous Tyrolese Grey Cattle breed.
Haag Confectionary (“Tiroler Edle” Chocolate)Landeck
Mondays – Fridays 7:30am – 7:00pm; Saturdays 8:00am – 1:00pmGo to opening hours
Mondays – Fridays 7:30am – 7:00pm; Saturdays 8:00am – 1:00pm
“Tiroler Edle” Taste of Place Tours: Once a week from June through September
- Family friendly
- Possible in rainy weather
There is paid parking in the town of Landeck; paid garage parking is available at nearby Rathaus Garage.