So I've recently learned that I've been living in chocolate ingnorance?

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  • So I've recently learned that I've been living in chocolate ingnorance?


Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 10:07
Galaxy! :)
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 10:07
Try some Swiss chocolate for comparison (Milka,Lindt etc) If you want to try English chocolate the standard brand of everyday chocolate is Cadbury's (for both milk and plain). A quiet upmarket one is Green and Blacks which is organic Another very European one is Nestle Where you can get them in the US I don't know. I live in the UK (near a USAF base) so we get quite a lot of Hershey's around here. I won't say I dislike it but it is quite a different taste.
Answer #3 | 22/12 2013 10:58
I am in the US and we have Lindt and Nestle. Nestle has been here since the 1800's. Lindt has a factory in New Hamshire US I don't think it makes a difference as to company names but I think that the US chocolate, even made by Nestle or Lindt is still different. I have had some German chocolate and it is very different as well.
Answer #4 | 22/12 2013 11:16
There is a big difference. I'm Canadian and grew up on Neilsen's Jersey Milk bars, and Cadbury's, instead of Hershey's. I don't like Hershey's at all. You might not find a Jersey Milk bar in your local stores, but you may find Cadbury's. It's a UK brand. There is Lindt chocolate. There is Toblerone, it its distinctive triangular box.
Answer #5 | 22/12 2013 22:58
For comparison, Bosco.
Answer #6 | 22/12 2013 20:55
Try to compare between Toblerone /Lindt (European) with Godiva or giradelli chocolate even with Dove (US) you can taste the big difference '

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