Hellllooo everyone! Easter is just around the corner, tomorrow actually. Yikes, where did the time go? Regardless, I have a review for you today, and it is not just a delight to devour, but super kind on my eyes. Have you seen the adorable smiley faces on the photograph above? That is what I am talking about! First we have ducky, whom I just want to squeeze, and kiss, and love. Such a gadno (that is a Bulgarian word and used in relation to something that is out of this world beyond loveable; please note though, it can also be used in a very negative way; it is a double cross word). We then have two other characters, one of them is certainly a little bear, but the other I honestly cannot say. I really want the teddy as a best friend. He has the most benevolent smile. His buddy, the unknown, just looks smart, and studious. I would want him around as my mentor, to guide me in the right direction of life. I feel as though he always makes precise decisions. Yes, I most definitely need him in my crazy, busy but always an adventure type of life. There you have it, the descriptions are out, now for the taste test. I almost do not want to devour the choco as these guys now feel like my family. What should I do? Hmmmm…hmmmm….hmmmm…. I know, indulge regardless. I had to finally say to myself “Stop it Soriah, they are just chocolates. Not a single one resembles any of your family members.” Argument for that statement: My family does not smell like a yummy, baked good, nor do they have permanently perfect smiles to light up every second of every day, nor do they walk around barefoot to show off their cute tootsies, or wear overalls that are three sizes too large, or possess the most incredibly long eyelashes. I am going for it, diving in. These chocolates are all completely identical but I still think that ducky goes first. “Sorry my little yellow friend. If it makes you feel better, you are beautiful!” I slowly unwrap ducky, and somehow feel really uneasy when he is all naked. Poor thing, must be cold, and so utterly embarrassed! “He is not real; I must stop this nonsense.” First bite in, ohhhhhhhhh, amazing, smooth, chocolaty, yummmiliscious. There is a filling inside, white in color to give off the creamiest taste. I cannot even tell you how satisfactory these little guys are. My taste buds are jumping with joy, hooray! I am now indulging in one of the bears, and lastly, follows the third. The quantity of sugar is not overpowering. Nice aftertaste! I am also really appreciating the ingredient list, aside from the artificial flavour (which is thankfully last on the list), everything is looking good. Thanks Lindt, for not only creating such enchanting pieces of chocolates, but for being conscious in terms of ingredients. I greatly appreciate it. Oh boy, I ate all three, despite the fact that they were alllllll the same. I really have no excuse. Treadmill time!!! In conclusion, these assorted milk chocolates are lovely and a must for Easter. I highly recommend them.
ChocolisciouslyDelightful Ingredients: Sugar, Milk Ingredients, Cocoa Butter, Cocoa Mass, Soya Lecithin, Artificial Flavour
Allergy Alert: May Contain Peanuts, Hazelnuts and Almonds
ChocolisciouslyDelightful Rating: 4.3 / 5.0
Affordable but still Savory
This blog page is dedicated to inexpensive chocolates that are continuously, to this day, enjoyed daily by many chocolate lovers out there. I still happily delve my taste buds into a good old-fashioned, so tasty, and yet simple Mr. Goodbar. To top it off, the cost allows for a much "Sweeter" satisfaction on your fuller wallet!