27 November 2012

Belgian Dark Chocolate

It is often said that the best chocolate in the world comes from Belgium

...but I'd say imported is better ;)

Waterbridge Belgian Dark Chocolate with Almonds 400g Bar

Containing only 54% cacao, this bar is in the
 lower percentile of the "dark chocolate scale"

Made with roasted California almonds

In the small Belgian town of Tienen, confectionery artisans known for producing perhaps the finest chocolate 
in the world, create these delicious bars exclusively for Waterbridge. Our Waterbridge Belgian Dark Chocolate 
Almond Bar 54%, combines our full flavoured, smooth extra dark chocolate with the finest Californian almonds
 roasted to perfection. This perfect marriage gives chocolate lovers the best combination of delicious taste. The 
good for you Dark Chocolate contains antioxidants and the Almonds are often claimed to lower cholesterol

Nutrition Facts (Per 3 Squares): 
170 calories, 10 g fat, 3 g fibre, 11 g sugar, 2 g protein

Beautifully lined squares of dark brown chocolate with an elegant sheen

With crunchy almonds loaded throughout

Questions: What dark chocolate percentage do you prefer?
Which country or countries make your favourite chocolate?


Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

I like dark chocolate in small quantities (like in Pot of Gold chocolates). But I prefer milk chocolate overall.

Marianne (frenchfriestoflaxseeds) said... [reply]

Mmm, dark chocolate. I've taken a liking to really high percentages of dark chocolate lately, but I'm not a chocolate elitist - I'll eat the gamut from white chocolate to uber dark 90% or higher chocolate. As long as it's good quality, I'm game.

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