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January 2, 2008

Gross Chocolate

Filed under: German Chocolate — admin @ 8:40 pm

germanyGross Chocolate is manufactured in the German town of Peine, which is located close to the bigger cities Braunschweig and Hannover.

The item is a premium chocolate made of original trinitario from the best places of the plantations of the province Tocache in the Amazonas jungle.

gross chocolate

This place has the perfect conditions for the ingredients of the chocolate. The cocoa content of 60% is another part which fits exactly in the whole picture of this chocolate delicacy.

gross chocolate

I have experienced the Gross Chocolate as a wonderful treat with the right character. The German product is something for people who likes the chocolate not too sweet and not too bitter. Gross Chocolate has the perfect mixture. A wonderful enjoyment.

The tender character makes it possible to finish this chocolate in a very short time.

December 22, 2007

Björnsted Ecuador Chocolate

Filed under: German Chocolate — admin @ 11:15 pm

germanyBjörnsted Ecuador Chocolate consists of 70 percent cocoa, and is manufactured in the German town of Herford, which is located in the Western part of Germany.

The product is made in the chocolate factory of “Eco Finia”.

bjornsted ecuador chocolate

Björnsted is a new chocolate brand and available since just one or two years. The special thing about the chocolate is that the ingredients are only taken from the best sources.

bjornsted ecuador chocolate

At first you experience a bitter sweet chocolate. After you take your first bite, the chocolate evolves its unique flavour and taste. The reason of such kind of special flavour is a very rare cocoa bean called “Arriba”.

This kind of cocoa bean was imported from the South American country of Ecuador. Ecuadorian farmers plant such cocoa beans under strict ecological requirements. This “Arriba” cocoa bean counts to one of the best cocoa beans in the world. You are going to taste that in the chocolate. Extremely tasty.

November 4, 2007

Schogetten Trumpf Chocolate

Filed under: German Chocolate — admin @ 9:11 pm

schogetten chocolate trumpfSchogetten is a chocolate brand, manufactured by the chocolate manufacturer Trumpf, which is located in the Western German city of Bergisch-Gladbach.

Trumpf Chocolate was founded in 1857 in Aachen. The chocolate factory is connected with following chocolate manufacturer: Lindt & Sprüngli, Mauxion, and Krüger chocolate group.

trumpf chocolate

The company started to place its advertise on arrowplanes in 1924.

schogetten trump chocolate

Trumpf employs 1.000 workers and is one of Germans biggest manufactuters for “cheap chocolate”.

schogetten chocolate trumpf

Schogetten Chocolate is the most famous brand of Trumpf. The special thing about Schogetten is that the chocolate is already cutted into pieces.

schogetten chocolate

I have tried the “Schogetten Halbbitter”. This chocolate consists of 50% cocoa and tastes bitter and sweet. Maybe a bit too sweet for a bitter chocolate. Schogetten has also a tight and crunchy bite. The taste is not too bad. For a self-proclaimed “cheap chocolate” even very good. I won’t buy Schogetten chocolate in the future, but I am also not disappointed or upset about my experience in that chocolate brand.

October 28, 2007

Ritter Sport Dark Milk Chocolate

Filed under: German Chocolate — admin @ 11:45 am

Ritter Sport Dark Milk Chocolate is a combination of sweet milk chocolate and dark bitter chocolate.

The combination is a true success. The chocolate is a very nice treat and deserves to be called a “good piece of chocolate”.

40% content of cocoa makes the chocolate not too sweet and not too bitter. Just the perfect proportion for the sophisticated chocolate gourmet.

ritter sport chocolate dark milk chocolate

Ritter Sport is a traditional chocolate brand from Germany, which was sold the first time in 1912. The choclate factory is located in the South Western city of Stuttgart.

ritter sport chocolate dark milk chocolate

The name of the chocolate consits of “Ritter”, which is the second name of the founder (Alfred Ritter), and “Sport”, which should keep in mind that this practical quadratic chocolate bar fits in every sports jacket.

ritter sport chocolate dark milk chocolate

October 21, 2007

After Eight Thin Chocolate Mints

Filed under: German Chocolate — admin @ 2:46 pm

after eight“After Eight” are thin plates of bitter chocolate, filled with peppermints cream.

The sophisticated chocolate creations are manufactured by Nestle in the German city of Frankfurt/Main.

after eight peppermint chocolates mints thin

The idea of “After Eight” was born 1962 in England. It was the English company “Rowntree’s” who created this kind of chocolate product. In 1988 Nestle bought Rowntree’s and received the marketing rights for “After Eight”.

peppermints chocolates after eight

The peppermints cream filling of “After Eight” has a very refreshing effect. It’s quite a good product, and the success prove the popularity. The only negative thing I have experienced about the thin peppermints chocolates is the too distinctive sweet taste of the peppermints cream.

after eight chocolates

after eight chocolate mints

September 8, 2007

Sarotti Chocolate (Bittersweet 70% cocoa)

Filed under: German Chocolate — admin @ 10:34 pm

sarotti chocolateSarotti is a chocolate from Germany.

The story started in Berlin in 1852, when a guy called Heinrich Ludwig Neumann opened a chocolate shop in the Friedrichstrasse. He sold imported chocolate from France. In 1881 Hugo Hoffmann bought the shop and stopped importing chocolates from France. He started to produce the chocolate himself. This was the birth of “Sarotti”. His chocolates were sold under this name.

After the first world war, a negro character became the symbol of Sarotti Chocolate. You can find this kind of symbol on all chocolate bars of Sarotti. The so called “Sarotti Moor” became very famous in Germany during the 60’s when he appeared in many TV spots of Sarotti.

sarotti chocolate bittersweet zartbitter

I tried the Sarotti bar “Bittersweet 70% cocoa”. The chocolate tastes, as you can expect by a 70% cocoa content, quite bitter. The sweet taste stays in the background. I would say the bar is also a bit dry. The bitter flavour is quite on the border. Of course you can eat it, but for me the enjoyment was not that big. It’s just a tad too bitter.

sarotti chocolate bittersweet zartbitter schokolade

September 4, 2007

Ritter Sport Chocolate “Alpine Milk”

Filed under: German Chocolate — admin @ 7:57 pm

Ritter Sport is a chocolate from Germany. The choclate factory was founded in Stuttgart, a city in the South Western part of Germany, two years before the first world war in 1912.

The name of the chocolate consits of “Ritter”, which is the second name of the founder (Alfred Ritter), and “Sport”, which should keep in mind that this practical quadratic chocolate bar fits in every sports jacket.

The first Ritter Sport chocolate bar in its quadratic format of today was sold in 1932. It was the idea of Clara Ritter, the wife of the founder, and it turned to a real success story since today. The quadrat chocolate bar became to an unmistakable tradmark of Ritter Sport during the decades.

ritter sport chocolate alpenmilch alpine milk

I tried the “Ritter Sport Alpenmilch”, the Alpine Milk Chocolate of Ritter Sport. The first impression of Ritter Sport Alpine Milk is its milky and creamy flavour. The chocolate is not too sweet, not too bitter, but very tasteful. No wonder this kind of chocolate is a world wide success.

ritter sport schokolade chocolate alpenmilch alpine milk

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