It’s already October. This means basically two things: 1. The chocolate season starts! 2. The next two boxes (November and December) will come chock-full with German Christmas treats! When it comes to Candy German boxes it’s the best time of the year, although we are a bit sad summer is over. The cozy time of the year starts now and it’s always good to have lots of chocolates for the cold months. Therefore, the October Candy German subscription box is a chocolate only box! Before I tell you everything about it, don’t forget that you can subscribe to the November Christmas box until November 10th, 23:59 GMT.
In this huge package are little squares consisting of puffed rice and milk chocolate. The German candy manufacturer Hosta did a great job. Nippon is rich and creamy and crunchy at the same time. What I love the most about this German candy is that it is kind of light and airy. This is because of the puffed rice which does not lie heavy in your stomach and kind of neutralizes the rich chocolate.
Even after 5 years of Candy German subscription boxes it is still possible to find new brands and treats that never came in the box before, e. g. this chocolate bar by the German chocolate producer lacoa. This organic fine dark chocolate bar is so so good. It only has three ingredients, cocoa mass, raw cane sugar and cocoa butter. This bar is high quality because it is organic. It has 60% cocoa and tastes wonderful!
Prinzessin Feodora = princess Feodora is a premium brand for noble German chocolate and pralines. It came into being in 1910 and owes its name to the German Princess Feodora. Feodora was always a very expensive brand, so we often eat Feodora chocolate during special occasions, e. g. Christmas. We are glad to present you a Feodora chocolate bar in your monthly candy subscription box from Germany again. Sahne Mocca means Superior Creamy Mocca Chocolate, and that’s exactly how this bar tastes. If you are a coffee enthusiast, like I am, you will love this treat. It is very creamy and rich, and the Mocha taste is intense but not too intense. It’s probably the best coffee flavored chocolate I ever ate.
Back in May we received dozens of emails all saying the same: Please send more Milka darkmilk! Here it is. Contrary to what the name might suggest, the darkmilk bar is not a dark chocolate bar, it is a milk chocolate bar with extra cocoa. Sounds great, doesn’t it?! There are raspberries in this German chocolate bar – yummy!
There are many different Halloren Kugeln varieties available. You already received some of them. This month you get Halloren Kugeln Stracciatella. There is a rich and sweet Stracciatella cream with small chocolate crumbs in the center of this German candy. It is coated with delicious milk chocolate. The Halloren Schokoladenfabrik (Halloren Chocolate Factory) is known for being the oldest German chocolate factory. The first mention of the company is recorded in 1804. It was founded in the east German town Halle, Sachsen-Anhalt, where its headquarters are still today. The factory also owes a museum, the Halloren Schokoladenmuseum (Halloren Chocolate Museum), which includes exhibits about the history of chocolate, chocolate making equipment, and much more.
Yay, a new Ritter Sport bar! The almond orange bar is a fine dark chocolate with almonds and small orange pieces as well as orange peel. I love the orange flavor, it is really intense and fits perfectly to the crunchy almonds and the chocolate. Try it, you will love it!
This candy from Germany is known as a little brekky for in between. We sent Knoppers several times before, but always the original Knoppers and not the limited edition Black & White. This month you get this new sort. You could describe it as follows: Multilayered crispy-baked wafer with one third whole-wheat flour, milk and melted nougat cream filling, with crunchy roasted hazelnuts. Sounds really mouth-watering and in fact it is. The treat is the perfect combination of crispness and creaminess as well as nutty, milky, and chocolaty indulgence!
We finish with a simple dark chocolate bar. There is not much to say about it, except that it is delicious. :-)
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