Product Type: Lindt Chocolate Chocolate
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Lindt Chocolate in general
Member Name: jimblob
Lindt Chocolate in general
Date: 27/11/03, updated on 27/11/03 (510 review reads)
Advantages: Mmmmmmmm chocolate
Disadvantages: Tesco hitmen in body warmers
My name is Blob....James Blob and I am an agent for the one they call the Daughter of Darkness, (hitherto known as D.O.D).
The latest mission she tempted me with, well, ordered me to carry out to be exact, was to infiltrate the local branch of the organization known only by the code name TESCO.
It wasn't an easy mission, there were many hurdles to conquer, not least a squad of killer OAP's with shopping trolleys intent on running me down at every turn.
D.O.D had issued me with a list of items to be extricated from the TESCO building, I could use fair means or foul but only on the understanding that if I got caught by their security personnel she would not be bailing me out again!
I decided to use a monetary bribe to obtain the items on her list.
The main thing D.O.D wanted was chocolate.....lots of chocolate, there was a whole aisle of chocolate to choose from but my eyes were drawn to a red coloured wrapper containing some Lindt "Lindor" chocolate.
I quickly scanned the blurb on the back of the chocolate bar; I wanted to be sure I had the real thing!
Much of the writing on the packet was alien to me; I know I should have listened in my French class! (Not that it would have helped here, the language looked like Swiss!).
I was getting a bit edgy, any minute now I expected one of the OAP's to cut me down without warning.
Suddenly the writing on the back changed to English, a quick scan of the ingredients told me it was safe to put in my basket, neither D.O.D, or I were allergic to nuts, the packet did warn of this! The cocoa solids were 30% minimum, milk solids 20% minimum, I didn?t have a Scooby Doo what that actually meant, but it looked good.
I grabbed three bars and quickly scouted the rest of the building, picking up other items on the list as I went.
A dodgy looking guy in a red body warmer made me hand over all the goods in my basket and scanned them with a ray of some so
rt, he accepted my bribe and turned out to be a decent chap really, he even gave me some cash back (maybe he thought I needed a taxi home)
Once outside I stashed everything out of site in the boot of the car, just in case I was rumbled before I made my getaway!
On returning to base D.O.D congratulated me on a mission completed and to my surprise gave me one of the Lindt bars as payment.
It tasted divine, no, it tasted orgasmic! The chocolate was smooth and creamy and the filling was sublime, it just melted on my tongue and left an extremely pleasant taste.
I worked out that it only cost me 79p for a 100g bar, a price worth paying if you ask me.
I have since found out that I needn't have braved the OAP trolley dollies, this chocolate bar is actually quite easy to come by, I could have just bought some from Mr Rapuri's corner shop down the street! I shudder when I think of the danger I put myself in just to please the D.O.D!
I have decided to retire from the business, TESCO's is way too scary to infiltrate more than once in a blue moon, though if they were ever to become the sole supplier of Lindt chocolate I can see D.O.D forcing me out of retirement for the odd mission again.
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