In the beginning there was chocolate. Yea, the chocolate was lush and creamy; but the chocolate begat the jealousy of the masses. O dark lords of Lindt, what is your deal? Darkness and light collide as we delve into a vessel containing multiple flavors. Should say that there really are no dark lords of Lindt – they just haunt our dreams and bring forth snarls. Let’s begin.
THE DARK LORDS OF LINDT – Switzerland
We crack this box open and find 8 different varieties to try. Honestly, for something mass produced, this was on the whole very good. Some we liked better than others, but this box had lots of tasty stuff.
Get some of the dark lords’ offspring – http://bit.ly/lindtchocolatiers
Miles had been bugging us for a couple days. Not really bugging; he’s a really sweet little boy – he would come up to us and say ‘Chocolate Breaaaaaak??’ Well, tonight we decided to let him stay up and do some chocolate breakdancing.
Tony’s Choco Lonely 51% Dark Chocolate With Almonds – Belgium
Miles picked this one, but didn’t want to taste it. Kind of a bummer.
Tony’s Choco Lonely – https://amzn.to/2JjEPJp
Kit – 2 out of 5
Hans – 2.5 out of 5
Nestle Smarties – Canada
Your basic answer to the M&M by Nestle. They’re a little different – thicker shells mainly. Miles wouldn’t try these either although he likes them. He’s trying to vex us.
Nestle Smarties – http://bit.ly/nestlesmarties
Kit – 2 1/2 out of 5
Hans – 2 1/2 out of 5
Golden Alps Milk Chocolate With Hazelnut – Switzerland
Found these up at the Real Canadian SuperStore – they’re made in Sitzerland for Canada’s Loblaws chain.
Golden Alps – http://bit.ly/goldenalps
Kit – 1 1/2 out of 5 stars
Hans – 2 out of 5 stars
Switzerland and Japan come back to haunt us yet again in this interesting duo. The time honored question of what caused people to start enjoying milk from animals comes to pass.
Lindt Lindor White Chocolate – Switzerland
Redemption! After really feeling let down by the Creation range, Lindt wows us with this white chocolate. The snarls of glee for their cave of chocolate could be heard from miles away.
Lindt – https://amzn.to/2MqRI26
Kit – 5
Hans – 4 3/4
Meiji Milk Chocolate – Japan
Guessing this is NOT made from dog’s milk, but what if there was a dog milk chocolate bar? Perhaps dogs would like it? I’m guessing the cacao would still be bad for them.
Meiji – https://amzn.to/2Msmasv
Kit – 1
Hans – 1/2
We meet the infamous Lindt Chocolatiers once again in the octagon as well as British powerhouse Cadbury in this battle royale of life, death, and chocolate. A real struggle for dominance in a land of despair.
Cadbury Dairy Milk Toffee – United Kingdom
Although Hans felt a slight uvula response, they both enjoyed this one. Toffee was a nice ratio to chocolate.
Cadbury – https://amzn.to/2MqCHgI
Kit – 3 1/4
Hans – 3 1/2
Lindt Creation Sea Salt Vanilla Caramel – Switzerland
Looking for vanilla in this one was a matter of outfitting the tongue with hip waders to get through all the sweetness.
Lindt – https://amzn.to/2RH6Oq2
Kit – 2
Hans – 2