sacher torte


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sa·cher torte

 (sä′kər tôrt′, zä′KHər tôr′tə)
n.
A rich chocolate cake filled with apricot jam and topped with chocolate icing.

[German Sachertorte : Sacher, surname of a family of 19th- and 20th-century hoteliers + Torte, torte; see torte.]

Sa•cher torte

(ˈsɑ kər ˈtɔrt, ˈzɑ-)

n.
a chocolate cake filled or spread with apricot jam and covered with a chocolate glaze.
[1905–10; after the Sacher Hotel, in Vienna, Austria]
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