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Sacher torte

[ sah-ker -tawrt; German zah-khuhr -tawr-tuh ]
/ ˈsɑ kər ˈtɔrt; German ˈzɑ xər ˈtɔr tə /
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noun, plural Sa·cher tortes, German Sa·cher tor·ten [zah-khuhr -tawr-tn]. /ˈzɑ xər ˈtɔr tn/.

a chocolate cake covered with apricot jam and chocolate icing, usually served with whipped cream.

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Origin of Sacher torte

First recorded in 1905–10; after the Sacher Hotel, in Vienna, Austria
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