When it comes to chocolate, the three most common players are milk, dark, and white. But as of last year, there's a new color in the chocolate game: pink. Ruby chocolate, so-called because of its naturally occurring pink color, was first introduced in 2017 by Belgian-Swiss cocoa company Barry Callebaut.
Do you love Snickers bars but hate the crunch of all those peanuts? Well, first, the argument could definitely be made that you don’t like Snickers bars, but regardless, don’t worry: Snickers has you covered.
Nestle UK has just announced the launch of a Kit Kat Senses, a box of bite-sized Kit Kats in three new flavors: hazelnut, double chocolate, and salted caramel. The new Kit Kats will have the same wafer layers and chocolate coating as the classic candy bars as well as an extra layer of the new flavors.
If you’re serious about chocolate, you prefer dark over milk—at least that's been the prevailing wisdom. Dark chocolate is complex, with endless nuances depending on the terroir and how it’s produced. Milk chocolate, on the other hand, is the unsophisticated choice of children, Americans and anyone else seeking one-note sweetness.