Released January, 1908
The Pros:Very flavorful chocolate, strong and sweet. You get a fair amount for the money spent on it. Doesn't dry out very quickly, has a long shelf life.
The Cons:Gets stuck in your teeth as you chew it.
Toblerone is a chocolate bar featuring a distinctive, prism-shaped packaging. Originally created in Switzerland around 1908, the triangular shape of the chocolate pieces was inspired by the Matterhorn as found in the Swiss Alps.
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The modern version of Toblerone is produced by Kraft Foods, and is available worldwide. Consumers can purchase a wide variety of different Toblerone bars, including plain, dark or white chocolate versions. Others also exist including fruit and nut, honeycomb crisp and several filled center editions. Eleven different sizes exist, ranging from the “Tiny” size with 3 pieces to the 101 kg size with 12 pieces.
- Manufactured in Bern-Brunnen, Switzerland
- Plain, dark and white chocolate versions
- Snow-capped, filled, One-By-One varieties
- Fruit and Nut, Honeycomb Crisp, Pralines and Berner Bar editions
- Tiny and Mini sizes with 3 pieces
- Sizes ranging from 35 g to 101 kg (8 - 12 pieces)
- Limited editions available seasonally
- Available worldwide
User Reviews (4)
very flavorful chocolate, strong and sweet
you get a fair amount for the money spent on it
doesn't dry out very quickly, has a long shelf life
broken up into perfectly sized segments for a snack
ingredients are mostly natural, very little artificial components
has just enough crunch to be satisfying
gets stuck in your teeth as you chew it
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