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Lindt Dark Chocolate - The Price is Right

Updated on December 4, 2012

Lindt dark chocolate has a long history.

In 1845, David Sprungli-Schwartz and his son Rudolph Sprungli-Ammann started manufacturing chocolate in solid form from their confectionery shop in Zurich, Switzerland.

A few years later, in 1879, Rodolphe Lindt invented the conche, a type of solid chocolate far superior to what was available at the time. He was already a famous chocolate maker.

In 1899, Sprungli bought over Lindt, keeping the Lindt name that was already famous.

The new company expanded rapidly. Their chocolate was second to none, and everybody loved the superior taste and delicious melting qualities of their chocolate.

Between 1900 and 1920, the exported their Lindt dark chocolate to over 20 countries. Between the wars times were very difficult due to sugar rationing among other things, but the company survived despite zero growth.

In 1977, Lindt and Sprungli began buying up international companies, and today have 8 production sites in Europe and the US.

Enjoy the luxurious taste of delicious Lindt dark chocolate today.

The bar of Lindt Excellence 70% Cocoa Dark Chocolate ( 3.5oz / 100g ) is made in Switzerland.

Trans-fat,cholesterol free and containing a healthy 70% of dark chocolate, the bar of Lindt Excellence is neither bitter nor overpowering in flavor.

A delicious dark chocolate for chocolate lovers everywhere.

Lindt Dark Chocolate
Lindt Dark Chocolate

One bar of Lindt Excellence Extra Dark Chocolate 85% Cocoa, 3.5-Ounce is never enough.

Buy a whole pack of 12 to keep you going.

Containing a whopping 85% cocoa, this healthy option Lindt dark chocolate is deliciously smooth and an absolute treat for your tastebuds.

Like all bulk packages, it is cheaper to buy several bars together than to buy one individually.

The Lindt Excellence A Touch of Sea Salt Dark Chocolate Bar, 3.5-Ounce is a gourmet chocolate brought to you by the master chocolatiers at Lindt.

Made from only the finest ingredients, the Touch of Sea Salt Dark Chocolate Bar contains real sea salt, sugar, chocolate, cocoa butter, emulsifier and vanilla.

An absolute treat to your tastebuds, this smooth chocolate is perfection personified.

The Lindt Excellence 99% Cocoa Bar is a smooth dark chocolate designed for the truly sophisticated palate.

Very strongly flavored of rich full-bodied chocolate from the finest cocoa beans, the Lindt Excellence Dark Chocolate Bar should be nibbled slowly and allowed to melt on the tongue to truly appreciate its powerful flavor.

Can be taken with a drink of coffee made from freshly ground coffee beans to fully complement the bouquet of this strong dark chocolate.


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    • IzzyM profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from UK

      Understandable...I had some severe cravings myself while writing it. I adore chocolate, and Lindt dark chocolate is to die for!

    • travelespresso profile image


      8 years ago from Somewhere in this exciting world.

      I love Lindt chocolate, especially the dark variety. Yummm, reading your hub Izzie has increased the cravings.


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