Product Type: Lindt Chocolate Chocolate
Newest Review: ... Though the box is quite large, there is not actually too much inside and the truffles can be consumed very quickly because they are so ... more
They Made Balls Of It.
Lindt Lindor Milk
Member Name: woozle
Lindt Lindor Milk
Advantages: A little bit of heaven
Disadvantages: none that I can think of
Lindor Milk Chocolate Truffles are quality soft centred chocolates from Lindt, a company which was in the business of chocolate making as along ago as 1845.
Originally only available in the form of a bar, Lindor appeared as soft centred balls of chocolate in 1967, indvidually wrapped as a Christmas tree decoration.
The wrapping may have changed over the years but the recipe is the same, to the delight of chocolate lovers the world over.
If you have never tried Lindor I can't begin to explain the delights that await you and you will only wonder at the reasons for not discovering this particular food of the Gods before now.
Pop one of these into your mouth you will find it immediately begins to melt and seduce your taste buds with a taste of pure heaven.
The milk chocolate shell momentarily deceives in its crispness because confined within is the most silky, creamy chocolate centre that you will ever encounter. Moreover because they are very rich you will feel satisfied after only a few ( honestly, okay I lied, it doesn't work for me but it may for you and I am working on it).
Personally I adore these but the chocolate purists among you may find the milk chocolate at 31% Cocoa solids on the light side. There is however a dark chocolate variety available with 60% Cocoa solids if that's your thing. but the original is definitely the one for me.
Lindt are justifiably proud of their reputation as Master Chocolatiers and although far from the cheapest in my opinion Lindor is one of the best chocolates there is.
Sainsbury's are currently offering 2 x 200g boxes for £6 or £4.05 each but even better value is the 150g bar at £1.98
Summary: Everything you could want in a chocolate