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11. Posted by waranty777 (Budding Member 10 posts) 6y

Ha ha~ Red Paper inside the chocolate? It must be really strong and spicy!! I only tries the one with wine inside the chocolate. Today, I just heard the radio. It said the way the Maxion chocolate made. It was said that Maxian chocolate is different from the way other countries make. They boiled the chocolate till the boiling point. I am wondering how it will taste instead of the traditional way of chocolate? and How is chocolate made?

12. Posted by waranty777 (Budding Member 10 posts) 6y

Quoting flyingbob

Belgium.... Best chocolate and finest beer in the world.
Have a go at Belgian chocolate beer. Best of both.

13. Posted by waranty777 (Budding Member 10 posts) 6y

Hi everyone,

I'm thinking of Swiss chocolate. The only chocolate I can remember is "Toblerone." Is it the most common and plain one in Swiss? Can anyone tell me more information about it? Thanks.

14. Posted by Malapascua (Budding Member 12 posts) 6y

The best Chocolate in the world is IMHO the german brand "Kinder". Forget about expensive stuff like Toblerone, try "Kinderschokolade".

15. Posted by waranty777 (Budding Member 10 posts) 6y

Quoting Malapascua

The best Chocolate in the world is IMHO the german brand "Kinder". Forget about expensive stuff like Toblerone, try "Kinderschokolade".

THanks, I'll take it as a consideration.

16. Posted by LoreleiLee (Budding Member 70 posts) 6y

For me Cadburys form the UK is the best chocolate! Although I do love Kinder as well! The worst by far to me is Australian chocolate even the Cadburys there is horrible, something to do with a chemical they put in it to stop it from melting!

17. Posted by eroltoksoy (Full Member 173 posts) 6y

turkish chocolates usually suck they are too greasy and sweety. but there is something called bol├ži ( you can pronounce ball-chi) it is really the greatest. it is a traditional chocolate from late 1800's especially created by the palace's dessert chefs for tha late kings of ottoman empire. it has almonds nuts and honney in it. and the chocolate has a unique bitter taste( not anything like toblerone totally different) with a little milk in it. it has great taste. try bitter version you wont forget ever.

18. Posted by CarolineD1 (Budding Member 2 posts) 6y

Yes belgian chocolate is delicious. The Uk chocolate is considerably nice aswell...especially Cadburys. I find the Americans have the worst chocolate. Hershaw chocolate is horrible,stay away from that.

19. Posted by joffre (Respected Member 157 posts) 6y

Hiyas, not having a sweet tooth, the only chocolate I eat are the ones with 70%+ cocoa content, regardless of where it was made or grown...

20. Posted by mojorob (Moderator 1047 posts) 6y

Quoting LoreleiLee

The worst by far to me is Australian chocolate even the Cadburys there is horrible, something to do with a chemical they put in it to stop it from melting!

The difference in taste between Cadburys UK and Australia is to do with different milk and sugar used. Sugar in Australia is from sugar cane, whereas in the UK it comes from sugar beet - and of course the taste of milk varies from different places.

But I do agree, although I'm not a big fan of Cadburys chocolate, that the taste of their UK chocolate is better than their Australian! Thankfully for the last couple of months a supermarket here has been importing Wispa Gold bars from the UK!

Back on topic, I would agree with the consensus of Belgium for the best tasting chocolate - and what I've had in the US as the worst!