Now I have found a chocolate from Hungary, which can be called a chocolated indeed.
It’s a bar of “Gerbeaud Budapest Anno 1858″. The wrapping looked very fancy, and also the content did not disappoint me.
The chocolate factory from Hungaries capital was established by a man called “Henrik Kugler” in 1858.
Gerbeaud Chocolate received its biggest fame at the end of the 19th century. The chocolate was known around the world. The chocolate bars of Gerbeaud are not industrial made. Every chocolate bar is made by hand.
Gerbeaud is still manufactured the same way as back in 1858.
My first experience with Hungarian chocolate was quite a disaster. But this time it was so different. Gerbeaud tastes milky and creamy. The chocolate has a very tender character. It is milk chocolate of the finest kind. Unfortunately the content of cocoa stays a secret, but this doesn’t matter. The enjoyment of Gerbeaud Chocolate was a true pleasure.
After that I know that also Hungarians are able to make very good chocolate.