Product Type: Kraft Chocolate
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Pyramids of white chocolate
Toblerone White Chocolate
Member Name: siberian-queen
Toblerone White Chocolate
Advantages: lots of white chocolate
Disadvantages: hard to break
Just after Christmas supermarkets often reduce there unsold stock quite dramatically in some cases. Whilst shopping I spotted this white toblerone at 60% off. I am generally quite careful to check sell by dates of these items as you never know how long they have been there, this was fine until the end of the year and lets be honest, I knew it would never stay in the cupboard that long!
The bar itself comes in the usual Toblerone box a triangular shape with large red writing marking it as Toblerone and also small gold writing stating the version and that it is made in Switzerland, along with a small mountain picture. This is repeated throughout the whole pack apart from one side.
This side gives product information.
**INGREDIANTS AND INFORMATION**
Ingredients and daily guidelines are clearly written in numerous languages, showing the diversity of the product across various countries. The nutritional information I particularly like as it not only gives a per 100g and per 25g section numbers but also gives little pictures to indicate which one stands for what. For example a spoon for sugar - now although I would probably take ages to guess what they meant - it is a nice try. A Kraft food product which gives a address for most countries (freepost in UK) and free phone numbers.
The immense white pyramid sections are great and unusual way of issuing a bar of chocolate. The chocolate is a creamy colour with tiny white flecks in it which I believe is the nougat.
The bar is quite difficult to break into sections and if you try to bite a piece off- watch your teeth!
However, when you do manage to split it the taste of the chocolate is very creamy. You can immediately taste the honey nougat pieces and it somewhat over rides the almond in my opinion. It is not bad but probably slightly to much for my taste as it makes the bar quite sickly. This does have it's advantage though as you could probably only manage a few pieces at a time.
For this bar weighing 400g you can expect to pay around £4.00 - £4.50
Overall, a huge bar of chocolate that indulges the white chocolate fan.
Summary: a indulgent white chocolate bar for the masses