I got this unusual Lindt bar after I ate breakfast at the Lindt cafe in downtown Sydney.
I have had a 70% cacao Lindt bar before, but not a “smooth blend” one. And while I am not entirely sure how different this one was, I can say that it tasted smooth and creamy and was quite delicious. Of course, that’s what I thought of the regular 70% bar too. So let’s just say I liked them both!
I attended a conference in Croatia last week, and on the return flight, I was given this milk chocolate tablet before we landed in Dulles.
It was a small bar, only 10 grams, but it was quite good. I checked the label, and it was made in Germany and, despite being milk chocolate, it contained 30% cacao. That is three times the cacao in a Hershey bar. Go Lufthansa!
p.s. While I was at the conference, I won a Lifetime Achievement award for my work in the video game industry. This is the first industry award I have ever received!
p.p.s. Expect to see some Croatian chocolate reviews on here soon!
My co-worker Dini M. brought in another German chocolate bar of the new brand.
This bar was surprisingly good! I say surprising because first, it was only 57% cacao, but it tasted much darker, almost as dark as their 70% cacao bar. And second, I am not usually a fan of orange pieces in my chocolate, but these were tasty and very orange flavored. So imagine my outrage when I checked the ingredient list and found there are no orange pieces in this bar! They are apple bits flavored with orange juice! What sorcery is this?! I tasted orange pieces! Grrr!!!! At least the almond bits were real.
My co-workers expressed surprise and outrage too, but we ate the bar in record time. Oh well. It really was good.
My co-worker Dini M. brought in this dark chocolate bar from Germany.
I have never heard of this brand before. And this was pretty good chocolate, a little on the dry side and a tad sweeter than you would expect from a 70% cacao bar. But still, I liked it and so did my co-workers, and everyone helped themselves to seconds.
This little tidbit showed up on my desk at work one day.
It turned out to be a chocolate-flavored caramel coated with dark chocolate, kind of like a very high quality Milk Dud. I thought it was delicious, although the caramel threatened to pull a filling out of a tooth. It’s very chewy!
Thanks, anonymous person!
My co-worker Cathy N. also had this box of chocolate wafers to try.
These were quite tasty. Each wafer was covered in hazelnut spread and topped with a thick square of dark chocolate. I liked these, but the hazelnut flavor was quite intense and threatened to overwhelm the taste of the chocolate. I would dialed the spread back to half. Still, these were yummy little cookies.
My co-worker Cathy N. had this box of waffle cookies on her desk for people to try.
These were super yummy! The cookie part was thin and delicate, crispy and very lightly sweetened, and the chocolate was dark and rich and smooth. The two went very well together. Too well. I could have eaten the whole box, but I just ate one. I call that willpower.