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MARLENKA Honey Cake A golden start ...


The story begins in 1704, when an Armenian founded the first Czech coffee lounge in Prague, named The Golden Snake. Nearly three hundred years later, in 1995, the Armenian Gevorg Avetisyan came to the Czech Republic to settle there with his family. He begged God to show him the right way to support his family and promised that if He helped him, he would have the Saint Jost Church cross restored.


Not long after that, he recalled a miracle - a honey miracle; a traditional Armenian family recipe of his favourite layered honey cake. Initially, the cakes were baked just for his friends, but later on he offered them to local coffee shops and confectioners and the honey delicacy quickly gained great popularity.


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The fragrant, sweet and smooth cake was named after his mother and daughter - Marlenka. Popularity and reputation grew, and in 2012 MARLENKA established itself in Edinburgh and now supplies delicious, all-natural products to fans all over the UK. In 2013 MARLENKA Enterprises was crowned one of the best in the UK in the country’s leading parenting Netmums Awards (www.netmums.com). The popular cake company in Edinburgh was voted runner up in the Scotland Region Best Children’s Party Supplier. Dubbed the UK’s ‘Parenting Oscars’, more than a million parents and child carers were eligible to vote for the huge UK-wide prize. Netmums founder, Siobhan Freegard, said: “Putting on parties for little ones is very big business and the competition has been intense


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