Another month another Candy German subscription box. February is a very chocolatey month again. We know that you love your German chocolate, so the February box is focused on chocolate products, but there are also some other treats like wine gums and pastries. Enjoy your February Candy German box!
These cookies or better to say soft cakes are adorable. Milka Choc & Choc is like a chocolate sandwich. There is a chocolate layer in the middle sandwiched between two soft cakes. The whole treat is covered in crunchy milk chocolate. So good!
We sent Katjes Wunderland before, the sour edition and the white edition. This time you get the Katjes Wunderland Pink-Edition in your Candy German subscription box. There are little butterflies, unicorns and fairies in your bag which come in the flavors strawberry, cherry, raspberry and blueberry. I love all Katjes Wunderland sorts, the pink edition is delicious!
A bar of delicious dark chocolate is next in your German Candy subscription box. The brand Sarotti is known as "die Kakao Schokolade" = the cocoa chocolate. It was invented in 1852 by the German candy company Stollwerck that is located in our hometown Cologne. A brand that convinces chocolate lovers for such a long time must find its way into your monthly candy subscription box from time to time. Therefore we sent Sarotti products before, this month you get the No. 1 Kakaosplitter = cocoa nibs bar. There is 75% cocoa in this bar which comes from São Tomé, an African island. This bar is awesome, it’s very chocolatey and the small cocoa nibs in the bar give it a nice crunch.
You don't find Eszet Schnitten in the candy section of a German supermarket, you find it in the breakfast section between jelly, honey, and peanut butter. Why? Because Eszet Schnitten are known as breakfast chocolate. They are meant to be put on bread, a bagel, or croissant. That's how we start a healthy day in Germany. ;-) Perhaps you think "chocolate on bread for breakfast? Strange.". But trust me, it tastes just delicious, especially with a bit of butter or margarine. Ok, perhaps it's not an everyday breakfast, but sometimes a little sin is allowed. Your package includes eight slices. They consist of milk chocolate added by small hazelnut pieces.
This new Milka bar is awesome as every Milka bar is. The smooth milk chocolate is refined by small peanut and caramel pieces as well as cereal crispies.
I’m sure you love milk chocolate and I’m pretty sure you like Macadamia nuts. Why don’t put these two ingredients together into a chocolate bar? That’s what Ritter Sport did. Enjoy this delicious treat from Germany.
Have you ever tried a crêpe? If not, it’s your chance now. The German bread and pastry producer IBIS invented this chocolate cream filled crêpe which you can put in its foil into the microwave for 8 to 10 seconds. It tastes phenomenal when it comes out but you can also eat it cold. The IBIS crêpes are a very fresh product, so they only have a short best before date. Therefore you should not store it long time after you got your monthly candy box from Germany.
kinder country is a great product of the kinder family by the company Ferrero. It’s a milk chocolate bar with a rich milk filling and added crispy puffed rice. I just love all kinder products – yummy!
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