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I was fortunate enough to receive two boxes of Lindor Milk Chocolate truffles by Lindt for Christmas. I love Lindt chocolate so was understandably thrilled.
These come in a red 200g box and each contains 16 yummy choccies. They are individually wrapped with red printed foil wrappers covered with a printed clear plastic part at the end where you untwist to access the yumminess (according to my spell checker this is not a word, I think it should be). The chocolates are round and smooth to look at.
Upon first bite the chocolate appears to be firm but is actually soft inside. I would post a picture of a bitten one to show you, but my slobber makes it look fairly disgusting and these are not disgusting chocolates at all. The filling is smooth and creamy. But not so much that it will spill out. You could eat one in one go, but why rush it? They are worth making last. They taste of milk chocolate (reassuringly) and can be quite rich, making you feel a bit sickly after two. I tend to only eat two a day for this reason, and then I will always have a chocolate to look forward to. I miss them now that the boxes are finished.
With an expiry date of 11 months from receipt, these would last you a while, but only in theory. These are now officially my favourite chocolates, as they are a delicious treat. Some may find them a bit sickly and if this is you then please do not waste them - send the rest to me.
Prices vary depending on where you buy them (and when) and most recently I have seen them from between £4.50 and £6.00. The cheapest I have seen is £3.25 on offer on the Lindt UK website (but this will incur a delivery charge). Most supermarkets will stock them, and it is worth keeping an eye out for offers and promotions. Obviously this isn't going to be a healthy snack and I feel by listing the ingredients and info below that I will spoil all your fun. I know people like this information, but I recommend scrolling past. Trust me, if you want to eat healthily and/or lose weight, you really shouldn't be buying these. However for a small indulgence this tick all my boxes.
Sugar,Vegetable Fats ,Cocoa Butter ,Cocoa Mass ,Whole Milk Powder ,Skimmed Milk Powder ,Lactose ,Butterfat ,Emulsifier (Soya Lecithin) ,Barley Malt Extract ,Flavourings ,Vanilla ,Milk chocolate contains - Cocoa Solids: 31% minimum, Milk Solids: 20% minimum
May contain traces of hazelnuts and almonds#
Nutrition per chocolate:
Calories - 79
Total Fat 6.1g#
Saturated fat 4.1g
Lindt Lindor Milk Chocolate Truffles 200gMilk Chocolate Truffles, made of a soft melting filling surrounded by a Shell of Sumptuous Lindt Chocolate. Made by Lindt, Chocolatiers since 1845.