100 years KAISER17/04/2019
Happy Birthday KAISER
100 years of creativity and inspiration!
Get the confetti, party hats and glitzy deco ready, because this year, KAISER is celebrating its 100th birthday! And what could mark this special occasion better than a series of the most popular baking pans decked in festive gold? On trend with its shiny metallic finish, the 100 GOLD Edition includes classics like the springform, bundt and fruit cake pans, not only in their standard sizes, but also in a mini format for smaller baking creations – perfect for parties offering a selection of different cakes. KAISER has also thought of the muffin fans among us and has rounded off the collection with a 12-cup muffin pan.
To ensure your homemade baked goods can be easily removed, each pan is lined with KAISER’s renowned non-stick coating and impresses with its outstanding quality, Made in Germany. A trip back in time: The origins of the brand It all started in 1919, when Wilhelm Ferdinand Kaiser founded a wholesale company for metal products in Germany’s Erzgebirge Mountains. Just 10 years later, KAISER was supplying German department stores with its baking pans. In 1968, the company invented the first non-stick baking pan, which is still considered the “original” baking tin today. The company moved to Diez an der Lahn in the German state of Hesse in 1978, where it continues to have a manufacturing site. In the years that followed, the brand developed a number of further innovations, including the first springform pan with a completely smooth base (La Forme Plus) and a springform pan with a non-leak base. There are simply no limits to creativity and individuality: today, products range from classic round or rectangular springform pans, tartlet moulds, forms with decorative bases and quiche pans to accessories like whisks, piping bags and icing spatulas. These enable baking lovers to create an enormous range of sweet and savoury options, from cakes, muffins and cake pops to bread and pizza.
Trend tip for birthday parties Who wouldn’t love a homemade birthday cake? To top it all off, however, why not try out the latest food trend: botanical flavours! Floral notes like rose or lavender along with savoury aromas such as thyme, rosemary or basil have the power to transform your cakes into an indulgent pleasure. Mysterious and subtle botanical flavours enhance each cake with an element of edible flower power, making for a truly unforgettable taste experience. And for that extra-special wow factor, you can even decorate the cake with edible gold leaf. So what are you waiting for? Put on your apron and get creative in the kitchen!