Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Choceur Chocolate Crisp Bars: Quality Made German Chocolate Part 2

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Germany we have a problem because I'm going eat all your awesome chocolate. I just can't break myself away from quality chocolate made in Germany. This time I've gone too far and bought more of it because it's always guaranteed to satisfy a chocolate craving like no other. Choceur Fine Chocolate Crisp Bars are no exception.


What I experienced in this particular chocolate crisp bar was delicious crispy milk chocolate rounded out by smooth hazelnut creme. The crisp part was brought to me courtesy of Kit Kat like wafer. Now, don't get me wrong, I'm biased towards wafer chocolate because I've been known to consume massive amounts of Kit Kats. Kit Kats just so happens to be one of my favorite candy bars next to Snickers but this opinion of mine is probably shared by many others.

I bet you can't eat just three.
Ok, I'm sure you're going to seek these out now so I gotta tell you what you're getting yourself into. I was amazed when I opened the box and found not 1 not 5 not 7 but 10 modest sized bars waiting for my sweet tooth. You just can't beat that value for German made chocolate especially coming in at a little bit over a $1.50. That's of course if you're lucky enough to have a Aldi store nearby. Hopefully you do because if your into saving money on groceries like me then Aldi is the place. What is Aldi? Aldi is a German grocery store and they've opened a ton of stores in the last 2 years so you might be in luck.

Last but not least, how do I rank these fine chocolate wafers? They definitely deserve a 8 out 10 which equals these are more than addiction, they're a permanent part of your sweet tooth.

12 comments:

  1. I love European chocolate. I keep thinking it's all in the fresh creams they use.

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  2. Joanne, I've always wondered about that. I think you could be right. By the way, I can't tell you how good these were if you like a little crisp in your chocolate like a Kit Kat. Thanks for your feedback and for stopping by.

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  3. Can appreciate your choco addiction, YUM!

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  4. Matt, Hi! Thanks so much for your comments as well. I'm always keeping an eye out for restaurant blogs! You've been to some great restaurants, I see.

    Let's keep in touch & have a great weekend!

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  5. No problem. I'm the same way about restaurant blogs. Yeah, I was raised on going out to eat so that's what I like doing and what I'm used to. If I could go to just one restaurant a day, I would and I'd be very happy. You have a nice weekend as well!

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  6. I bet you're right - I could not eat just three! That sounds like the perfect chocolate combination all in convenient little snacky stick shape. That's dangerous!

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  7. Swiss chocolate is good as well. Love Lindt.

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  8. Three Little Pigs, yeah.. I couldn't of said it better myself. They are so very dangerous and how they are individually wrapped makes them way to easy to take anywhere and get your fix whenever you need it. The chocolate company knows what they're doing. I need more! See!

    Jennifer, I'll have to check into Swiss chocolate. Thanks for the tip or should I say enabling me?

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  9. I love chocolates from Europe and LOVE that you're doing a chocolate blog! I will live vicariously from you! New follower here!

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  10. I just told my Quay Lo (my hubby) that I am not so much a chocolate dessert person love dark choc by itself. I am Kit Kat fan too!

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  11. I agree that German chocolate is fantastic. My husband is German and whenever we've visited Germany I have loaded up on all sorts of chocolate goodies. Even the cheap stuff is excellent!

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  12. chocolate wafers get me all the time, this looks real good. I can imagine this must be awesome with the hazelnut creme. Gonna have to find a source for this...

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