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?
We do of course! There's nothing like Cadbury's dark chocolate and the milk chocolate is the creamiest I've ever tasted.
Lindt comes a very close second though!
I reckon a toss up between Belgium and Switzerland, sorry annart, I'm English, I think Cadbury's is rubbish, even their Bourneville.
I'm pretty sure it's the Swiss. Then the belgiums, germans, english and... sirians. Yea, they make surpisingly good chocolate in Siria, ate some once, it was very good.
Well, I've had Belgian, Swiss and U.S. chocolates, and I loved the Belgian chocolate the most, it was so creamy and delicious!!
Some of the best chocolate can be found in these countries:
Switzerland: Despite having a climate that is inhospitable to growing cacao plants, and never having colonized any regions that could produce them, Switzerland is widely recognized as a country that produces delicious chocolate.
Belgium: Belgium produces 172,000 tons of chocolate each year, and more than 2,000 chocolate shops are located throughout the country, according to the Visit Belgium website. Just as in Switzerland, Belgian chocolate makers must import the cacao beans they use, as the climate is not hospitable to producing the crop domestically.
Italy: Amadei chocolates are produced in Italy by a company established in 1990.The makers of Amadei chocolate buy their cacao beans directly from growers rather than working through brokers.
I love Cadburys but wouldn't class it as 'good quality' but Cadburys now own Green and Blacks which is very good.
I think the UK makes the best crap chocolate - eg. Cadburys creme egg, Rowntrees kit kat.
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