Monday, February 17, 2014

German Lindt Review

One of the biggest debates in the candy world is about where you get your chocolate.  Many people argue that certain bars taste better because they're made somewhere else.  While this can be true, it's not always the case. I see so many people who argue that all chocolate bars are better in Europe than they are in North America.  This isn't the case all of the time, mostly because many bars you get in North America are actually made in Europe.  Importing candy, even chocolate, is fairly easy because of its long shelf life (at least compared to things like fruit and cheese).  So unless a bar sells millions of bars in a particular country, there's no reason not to import instead of manufacture.  So is this bar better than its North American brother, probably, but that's only because of the cool name on the package.

Click here to read today's European Lindt review.


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