Lindt Lindor Chocolate Bar Reviews
Product Type: Lindt Chocolate Chocolate
Newest Review: ... then enclosed in a red cardboard box type packaging. The front of the box has the famous Lindt logo, a picture of the ... more
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Lindt Lindor Milk Chocolate Bar 24 x 38g
Irresistibly smooth. Milk chocolate with a smooth melting filling ...
Last Update 22.05.2013 23:22
by - written on 03/03/10 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Master cholatiers since 1845. *Company History* The product I am going to review is Lindt Lindor Milk Chocolate Bar. Created by Lindt & Sprungli. The history of this brand began in 1845 in Zurich where a confectioner David Sprungli-Schwarz and his son Rudolf Sprungli-Ammann and a small pastry shop. They decided to make bars of chocolate which became popular and they relocated to a factory within 2years. After his father died in 1862, Rudolf decided to continue on with the family business. He handed over the reigns to his sons David Robert and Johann in 1892 and 1898. The company changed name to Chocolat Sprungli AG in 1898. The factory is to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I finished my exams yesterday, and to celebrate, I curled up on my bed with a good movie and a bar of milk chocolate Lindt Lindor (the red packaging). This is exactly the type of chocolate Lindt is - it's special occasion chocolate, which deserves to be savoured and eaten as a treat. #Packaging# The packaging for the milk chocolate variety is a red card box, with white detail and shiny gold lettering. It oozes opulence and definitely looks like a high quality, luxury chocolate. Inside the card there is a shiny silver foil with the Lindt logo embossed every so often. The silver foil seemed to be sealed at the side, which makes it quite difficult ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 247 readings)
Over the past couple of years, I've become very fond of Lindor Truffles. Unfortunately, buying a whole box on the kind of frequency I would like seems a little greedy, even by my standards. As such, I've forced myself, rather reluctantly, into limiting their purchase to a once-a- year occasion. There is, however, something maddeningly addictive about Lindt chocolates; discovering these bars then, and with them a way of indulging in a bit of Lindor magic without the Little Miss Piggy connotations, came as a blessed release. Packaging... Lindt products are marketed as luxurious, high-end treats, and are packaged accordingly. Here, the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/02/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I've tried the milk and dark versions of the Lindt Lindor chocolate bars and think I prefer them to the actual little chocolates because you get all the delish flavour but only a bit of the sickly centre. They come in quite flat bars, I remember the first time I had one of these I was disappointed about the bar being so skinny and the segments being so big but now I've eaten a few I know they've got it just right. You get 8 large chunks of chocolate in a bar and they break off nice because the filling has been sealed inside each one instead of going through the whole bar non stop. That means you won't get stringy chocolate all over you but you'll ... Read the complete review
by shopalotkt - written on 23/11/10
The Lindor chocolate bar is absolutely gorgeous. I have only tried the milk chocolate one but I have to say it is the best chocolate bar you can get. I think I paid about £2 for it which is good value for money because it is excellent quality chocolate and has a fantastic taste that makes it worth every penny. The milk chocolate Lindor bar is in red packaging and the bar comes in a thin cardboard rectangle shape with the chocolate bar covered in foil inside. It tastes exactly like the milk chocolate Lindor Truffles and is milk chocolate on the outside with a smooth chocolate truffle centre. The bar is divided into squares so is perfect for sharing ... Read the complete review
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