What's your favourite Chocolate?
Example: Chocolate Bar or if you were to choose a Chocolate gift for yourself at Xmas.
Lindt Excellence Dark Chocolate with a touch of Sea Salt, to die for, 100g bar. Imported from France, made by Lindt&Sprungli, maker of Swiss chocolate since 1845. www.lindt.com
Cadbury's Chocolate from England, not the American kind. The recipe is different.
Milka's special Christmas flavoured bar with cinnamon and orange peel. Unfortunately it is available only around Christmas time.
Ghiradelli dark raspberry. When all else fails, the darker the better.
I love anything made by Cadbury - chocolate bars, twirl bars and my favourite has got to be Giant Buttons.
toblerone chocolate I remember my x trying to hide them from me , give them to me as a gift for any occasion ill accept them
President's Choice Dark Chocolate 70%. This is almost as good tasting as a thick juicy Porterhouse steak (RARE).
Dark chocolates Healthy, not so sweet and yummy! Love to have it with a cup of black coffee.
Chocolate can be served by yourself or shared with friends and loved ones. The good way to share our favourite chocolate. Many types of chocolate that like we find from fnp.com/chocolate/. Here's the collection of many types of chocolate to buy by online.
by Bikash jha 8 years ago
the choclate you like and recomend.
by wiserworld 5 years ago
What's your favourite chocolate bar?
by Jake Frost 6 years ago
What's your favourite cake?There's a lot of conspiracy over favourite cakes.If someone asks me I immediately reply "CHOCOLATE!!" but when I actually think about it I am really stuck. Sponge? Chocolate? Or a much more fanicer choice? What's your favourite and why?
by ian gimp smith 8 years ago
have u tried lindt 70percent coco dark chocolate melted and dip marshmalliws in it mmm
by delmer47 5 years ago
What's your favorite type of candy?
by Paul Edmondson 13 months ago
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