I always go for the same ones... Wanna know what you guys like so I can maybe try them
What's your favorite chocolate?
What Guys Said 6
I only ever have dark chocolate (once a week) so it'll be that.0
Dark - Swiss or Italian gourmet plain. (don't eat sweets, love chocolate and have it infrequently)0
Guylian chocolate. I would exchange my girlfriend for a box of these.
What Girls Said 16
My favorites have changed depending on what country I'm in. I've been in Canada so long I guess my favorite is Purdies followed by Cadbury or Nelson chocolate. My favourites at Purdies are cherry caramels in dark chocolate, chocolate mint patties, nougat, and opera rolls. The latter has the nougat like center of a Oh Henry and is covered in a thin layer of caramel with chopped nuts.
I used to eat milk chocolate but have switched to dark for health benefits.
If I went for something that wasn't chocolate I really like Liberty Orchards Festive Fruits or Applets and Cotlets. They are a type of fruit puree and nut turkish delight.0
Dark Chocolate. Especially Cold from the Fridge.
However, I am very partial to Reese's Peanut Butter cup which is slightly Lighter Chocolate with a Twist of Peanut Butter.
Good luck and Great question. xx0
Ugh, I don't know. I love chocolate too much to choose just one, I think. o_o0
I haven't had chocolate in a while now, but I love Belgian chocolates. Guylian (seashell) chocolates were good, Godiva. 72% Cacao Chocolate Bars, Pascha Organic 70 Percent Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar
I don't have one, but I prefer the homemade artisanal chocolate made in the Mexican States of Tabasco (birthplace of chocolate), Chiapas, Guerrero, and Oaxaca.
That is the real chocolate, not the Gourmet one the Europeans created.0
Snow Flake & Cadbury's caramel chocolate bar (as in caramel chocolate, not chocolate with caramel in it). OF COURSE, they don't manufacture these anymore, because once I find something that tastes REALLY good, they take it off the damn market. :(0
Beschle Matcha-chocolate <30
Côte d'Or & Godiva hands down!
Chocolate.. the one thing, Belgians are best at.
Crunchie, Maltesers and Toblerone.0
Cadbury dairy milk1