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What are your FAVOURITE Chocolate products?

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Posted 11/30/18 , edited 12/4/18




OK BOIZ LETS GO



-Galaxy: Ripples are my personal favourite but Minstrels are a close second.

-Toffee Crisp: Brings back memories of when I would buy one after my swimming lessons when I was younger.

-Kit Kats: No-one says no to a kit kat. They have been essential to every person's life at some point.

-Twix: Yo you finish the first Twix and then you're like "Damn that was good..." and then there's ANOTHER ONE!

-Toblerone: My dudes, the Swiss know what they're doing.

-Bueno: These are the reason Hazelnut is my favourite nut.

-Aero Mint: A strange pick, but there's just something about Aero Mint that I can't quite explain.

-Flake: I used to have those little chocolate pots you'd get at the supermarket, and I'd always get the flake one. They're also great in all types of ice cream, but are the best in whippy ice cream

-Lion: Makes me think everything the light touches is my kingdom.

-Lindt: Those Lindor boxes will always be my favourite, but pretty much any Lindt is gonna taste amazing most days of the week. Thanks to RavingDragon for reminding me it existed.

-Ferrero: Finally, we come to the best tasting food product of all time imo. They may be expensive, but are completely worth it. Sometimes I'll prefer to have a certain other type of chocolate (probably listed above), but if you randomly ask me on any day on any week if I want a Ferrero Rocher, I will most likely begin foaming at the mouth and asking you where the nearest corner store is (and that after i've already eaten).


SO, what do you guys think? What is currently your favourite chocolate product?

I'd love to know
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Posted 12/2/18 , edited 12/2/18
Ferrero, Lindt, crispy crunch, coffee crisp, chocolate covered almonds, kitkat
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Posted 12/2/18 , edited 12/2/18
Dove is amazingly smooth and good chocolate.
Ghirardelli is quite good as well.

I also date a Norwegian so I eat shit loads of Freia brand chocolate which is pretty amazing. I feel sorry for you kitkat loving plebs who haven't tried Kvikk Lunsj before.
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Balzack wrote:

Dove is amazingly smooth and good chocolate.
Ghirardelli is quite good as well.

I also date a Norwegian so I eat shit loads of Freia brand chocolate which is pretty amazing. I feel sorry for you kitkat loving plebs who haven't tried Kvikk Lunsj before.



I just looked Kvikk Lunsj up and damn, you get 4 in a pack?! Revolutionary, I'm gonna have to try some. Somehow.

And yeah Dove is pretty too, but I don't see it very often in shops where I live so I rarely get a chance to buy some
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Posted 12/2/18 , edited 12/3/18

RavingDragon wrote:

Ferrero, Lindt, crispy crunch, coffee crisp, chocolate covered almonds, kitkat


YO I TOTALLY forgot about Lindt, that shit is tasty af. I might add it to the list actually.
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Posted 12/2/18 , edited 12/3/18
I'm not a huge chocolate guy but I enjoy a chocolate stout every once and a while:

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HardLight0 wrote:


Balzack wrote:

Dove is amazingly smooth and good chocolate.
Ghirardelli is quite good as well.

I also date a Norwegian so I eat shit loads of Freia brand chocolate which is pretty amazing. I feel sorry for you kitkat loving plebs who haven't tried Kvikk Lunsj before.



I just looked Kvikk Lunsj up and damn, you get 4 in a pack?! Revolutionary, I'm gonna have to try some. Somehow.

And yeah Dove is pretty too, but I don't see it very often in shops where I live so I rarely get a chance to buy some


Dove is more or less the same as Galaxy chocolate.
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Posted 12/3/18 , edited 12/3/18

zangeif123 wrote:

I'm not a huge chocolate guy but I enjoy a chocolate stout every once and a while:



/thumbsup

I'd have to go with my gram's chocolate cake. But she's too old to bake anymore, so that exists purely in the past. Couple relatives tried, but its never the same.
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Posted 12/3/18 , edited 12/3/18
Reese cups and Oreos. Chocolate alone is good, but it gets elevated when you mix the right flavors with it.
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qwueri wrote:

Reese cups and Oreos. Chocolate alone is good, but it gets elevated when you mix the right flavors with it.


Hmm yeah true. Chocolate and nuts go together really well in my opinion, especially hazelnut.

Reece cups are pretty tasty, but Oreos... I don't really know... I tend to eat one if it is there and available, but I wouldn't say I particularly like the taste... Maybe I've just seen Oreos put into too many forms that I kinda feel gross whenever I see one. Like, there's Oreo ice cream... why? Not quite my cup of tea.
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Posted 12/3/18 , edited 12/3/18
brigadeiro - chocolate truffle covered in chocolate sprinkles.



Alpino is pretty tasty too!
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Posted 12/4/18 , edited 12/4/18

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brigadeiro - chocolate truffle covered in chocolate sprinkles.



Alpino is pretty tasty too!



Ahh damn now I'm hungry...
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Posted 12/4/18 , edited 12/4/18
Lindt Excellence: Supreme Dark 90%. I eat it as is, as well as cook with it. I find that it goes very well in mole sauce.

I find that Baker's semi-sweet and unsweetened bars are reliable choices for baking.

Reese's, Oreo's, and Hershey's Kisses are purely guilty pleasures of mine, and rarely indulged. I'm just about fed up with Reese's and American Hershey's, given how much they keep sweetening the recipes.

Taza. Stepping into Mexican-style is interesting, and Taza's multitude of variances are fun.

I can't say that I've tried any of them yet, but I am very, very interested in Japanese KitKats. From Miso to Ume Sake, I intend on trying most all of them. I don't care for how sweet American KitKats have become, so I'd like to see if the Japanese versions will win me over.


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Posted 12/4/18 , edited 12/4/18
Not a big fan of chocolate but Hershey's Cookies n Creme drops are sooo good.
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Posted 12/4/18 , edited 12/4/18

Chuepomi wrote:

Not a big fan of chocolate but Hershey's Cookies n Creme drops are sooo good.




I wish Hershey's was more common over here in the UK because all the Americans and Canadians I talk to say its really tasty. We have like... one flavour: Hershey's.
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