The Candy German chocolate season started! That’s the good news. The less good news is that when we were ready to send your box on September 15th, temperatures climbed up to over 30 degrees again. Therefore, we decided not so send your chocolatey September box on the 15th – we do not want that you get anything that is melted. But don’t worry, your box is on the way to your door now, temperatures decreased and your chocolate treats are safe.
Alpia, a brand by the German chocolate manufacturer Stollwerk, is one of the main competitors of Milka in Germany. Therefore, you can guess, it's quite equal in appearance and quality. The purple package is absolutely reminiscent of the Milka bars’ packages, even the marketing concept is similar: Both companies argue that they use alpine milk for their chocolates. Alpia even points that by its name. Milka is definitely more popular in Germany, perhaps because it exists longer, but Alpia is definitely not inferior in taste and quality. A proof for this are the Alpia Schoko Cornflakes which are cornflakes covered in milk chocolate. This German treat is so good. I love the crunchiness!
Haribo brings new wine gum sorts on the market regularly. One new sort are the Haribo Drachen = dragons. The cute red headed dragons combine dragon fruit flavor with apple, strawberry and lemon flavor. The consistency of these wine gums is quite hard. They are suitable for vegetarians as no animal gelatine is included.
The first thing you need to know about this German Candy is that you need to put it in the fridge or even better in the freezer before you enjoy it. Since 1936 Moritz Eiskonfekt = ice confectionery by the German candy manufacturer The Wawi Group has been popular with sweet lovers big and small thanks to its melt-in-the-mouth consistency. It’s real pleasure to melt a Moritz Eiskonfekt in your mouth. I love the cool taste. Enjoy it!
I seldom saw such a nice chocolate bar packaging. That’s what I thought when I noticed the Feodora Sweet Dreams bar. The milk chocolate bar is added by small pieces of different berries. The berry taste is very intense and fits perfectly to the creamy milk chocolate. 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.
We sent several Schogetten bars before but never this one. What I like the most about Schogetten is that it is not a chocolate bar as we know it from other brands, the package is filled with small bite-sized chunks. Every chunk is filled with milk cream. The milk chocolate coating is very creamy and the perfect coating for the inner cream. There is not much more to say about Schogetten, except that it is a product of the German candy manufacturer Ludwig Schokolade, one of Europe's most successful confectionary suppliers. Try Schogetten Milch & Calcium and love it!
Ritter Sport selects a sort of the year every year. In 2018 the Kaffeesplitter = coffee chips bar won. There are small caramelised coffee chips in your dark chocolate bar. Every coffee enthusiast will be happy to see this Ritter Sport bar in his or her Candy German subscription box.
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