Here’s one you’ve perhaps seen an advert for. Found these up in Canada but they’re easily found in the United States. I’ve always wondered about them and now we try them all.
Storck Merci European Chocolate Sampler – Germany
Our general consensus was that this was an almost alright kind of batch of varieties – give this to a servant, not someone you truly love. Although we did give the left over chocolate to my mother and she really enjoyed them so others will enjoy them. And I love my mother.
Lots of scores – just watch the video.
Get some here – http://bit.ly/mercichocolate
This time we visit Germany and Japan with a couple more varieties found at Uwajimaya (I think they were both found there at least). We some some violence, a little acquiescence, and some reflection.
Ritter Sport Milk Chocolate with Corn Flakes – Germany
Interesting square shaped bars. The packaging is fancy and everything, but yeah the corn flakes weren’t the way we expected.
Ritter Sport – https://amzn.to/2sHrqzx
Kit – 3 1/2
Hans – 2 1/2
Lotte Ghana Black Chocolate – Japan
Japanese chocolate is an interesting thing, especially the darker varieties. It tends to focus more of the cacao rather than the sweeter side of things which is a nice change.
Ghana chocolate – https://amzn.to/2R966g2
Kit – 1.7583327
Hans – 2.825
In our third espiode, we’ve started to venture out and really start seeing all the different chocolate on the market. Well, at least we thought so. Lots of stores – many Asian groceries – perusing the chocolate sections. We were starting to see the products that were imported from foreign countries and ones produced very locally. This is the first episode with Kit’s Hello Kitty knife.
Ritter Sport Dark Chocholate With Marzipan – Germany
Founded in Stuttgart, Germany in 1912, Ritter makes a lot of different varieties. While marizpan isn’t Kit’s favorite thing (nor is dark chocolate), she decided this looked interesting enough to try.
Kit – 1 1/2 stars
Hans – 3 stars
Total – 4 1/2 stars
Ritter Sport – https://amzn.to/2AZ0EHO
jcoco Boharat – Seattle, Washington – United States
jcoco is part of Seattle Chocolate. Tried to find specific information about jcoco in particular, however mainly for that they are 100% woman-owned and fair sourced, as well as charitable to those in need. Hans is a big fan of exotic flavors such as curries, laksa and masala. This one jumped out immediately and sounded good.
Kit – 1/2 star
Hans – 4 stars
Total – 4 1/2 stars
jcoco – https://amzn.to/2z1bzPS