Because we are already familiar with Ritter Sports Chocolate we knew we were in for a treat, and thought we would be less formal in our considerations and adjourn to the sofa to conduct our review.
The packaging gave us a clue as to the delights ahead, even if some of the names in German didn’t sound as enticing. Vom Gluck might sound like something from a Bush Tucker Trial but really means, according to Darrell’s Google translator “Here is a piece of luck”.
Sttat Blumchen means “instead of flowers” and not white chocolate as we thought, Lass es Kracken – Lets Party Hard and finally Die Schaffst Du Und Alles Andere Auch - You Can And Everything else and not strawberry! All very romantic and intriguing!
Nigel who is very partial to a piece of white chocolate liked the Statt Blumchen best, it ticked all his boxes, especially creaminess.
Darrell’s favourite was the long winded and hard to type Die Schaffst Du Und Alles Andere Auch, which indeed had a line of strawberry through it, he was surprised that there was a crunch to it, but that added to his confectionary enjoyment, as well as the strawberries being one of his ten a day!
None of us were that keen on the Lass Es Kracken, though not dark chocolate or coffee as we thought (neither of which we really like), it didn’t really do anything for us, but again the slight crunch in the middle filling took us by surprise.
It has to be said that this was a very enjoyable review, but it’s always a sad moment when everything has been tried and all you are left with is a plate of empty wrappers ……
But, it was very kind of Ze Monkeys for the opportunity to explore Teutonic Chocolate which we may have never done without them.