Describe the best chocolate-y experience you ever had.
Chocolate Overload! What's the best chocolate-y food you ever ate? Is it take chocolate cake? is it chocolate bar? What's the brand and where did you buy it?
I love cadbury Dailry milk.Whenever my mood is off or upset, I used to have a small bite of it.It made me relax.
Mine is slightly different. My best experience was about a chocolate bar. A Hershey's to be precise.
The time had come at my son's school where he was going to be allowed off campus for lunch. This meant he could go into the local village and buy his lunch from sandwich shops or the bakery.
Now you know how immature boys can be when they get together. I was so worried that he was going to cause mischief in the village square and I would be receiving a call from the school telling me to come and collect my unruly child.
As it turned out, he arrived home as usual and I asked him what he bought with his lunch money. He had spent most of his lunch money on me. He had seen a Hershey's chocolate bar in one of the shops and remembered me telling him how much I liked them and how difficult it was to find in England. He bought me this and probably didn't have much left over for his lunch.
That is one of my favorite chocolate memories.
Oh, i love chocolates. what I usually do is melt a bar of chocolates using the microwave, add freshly brewed black coffee and *charan* i have the yummiest mocha blend in the office!!
My best and absolute favorite thus far in life begins in 11th grade German class. My teacher introduced us to sachertorte. Mind you he didn't have any just described it. It's apparently a cake from a the Hotel Sacher in Germany, a delicious chocolate cake covered in apricot jelly then encrusted in a hardish fudge like chocolate shell. I asked for one for my birthday cake.
LET ME TELL YOU! WOW. The most decadent delicious experience my mouth has had. It far surpasses anything you could imagine. You can order them online from the hotels website to any where in the world!
The best chocolate-y experience I ever had was when I was living abroad in Argentina. They didn't sell hershey's there and I was crushed. One day however I went to buy cigarrettes to the stand in front of my apartment and I see it there - a hershey's almond chocolate bar. It cost me $2 dollars but it was worth every penny. After six months of not having one, I was in chocolate heaven.
I have two favourite chocolate experiences, (well, one that I have repeated a few times. )
The first was in Barcelona many years ago, when I had that really thick Spanish hot chocolate. It was divine, and I've never forgotten the flavour or the texture.
The second I've had a couple of times, it's a dessert that they sell in a few pubs I've been to. I had it just the other day at the Harvester. There, it's called the Honeycomb Explosion. It's ice cream with lots of chocolate sauce, cream and honeycomb pieces. I had a similar one called Chocolate Heaven somewhere else. So amazing...
by Johnathan L Groom 7 years ago
What is the best chocolate candy ever!!!?Creme Eggs!
by TheHoleStory 3 years ago
Do you love Hersey's Chocolate candy?
by ngureco 6 years ago
What Is The Best Chocolate?There are many types of chocolates – they can be bitter chocolates, bittersweet chocolates, sweet chocolates, creamer chocolates, etc, etc. What is your best chocolate and why? And between, what is the difference between a bitter chocolate and a bittersweet chocolate?
by vespawoolf 5 years ago
Does anyone know how much one Hershey's chocolate miniature weighs? One ounce? Half an ounce?I'm talking about the miniatures that are sold in bags: special dark, mr. goodbar, krackel, etc. Can you also tell me the weight of a Hershey's kiss? I really appreciate your help!
by alian346 6 years ago
Which nation produces the best chocolate?Many nations produce examples of very fine chocolate eg France, UK, USA, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland. Which one do you think makes the best stuff?
by Bentley Life 8 years ago
I like green & blacks almond whats yours
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