Chocolate Style: 3 Weirdly Shaped Chocolate Bars

Chocolate Style: 3 Weirdly Shaped Chocolate Bars

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Chocolate Style: 3 Weirdly Shaped Chocolate BarsWho doesn’t love chocolate? Reality is, not many people could go without it. It’s very addicting. There’s most likely not many people who know about the history behind the chocolate. All that they really think about is the taste. Typically, that’s alright. However, if someone wanted to learn a little history behind the spectacular chocolate they are putting in their mouth, then read on. There will be three chocolates that have some weird shapes but still taste good. These three candy bars has such good chocolate reviews as well.

Kit Kat

There are many people who love kit kat candy bars. However, how many people really know the history that comes with this candy bar? Probably not very many. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. Nobody is forced to learn about the history of something they are about to eat. However, some people would really like to learn about it. The Kit Kat actually came about way back in the eighteenth century! They were served at meetings in London. However, back then they were known as “Mutton Pies”. It wasn’t until 1935 that the Kit Kat logo came about.This candy bar also had another name before this one. It was called Rowntree’s chocolate crisp and the owner was Rowntree. The owner now has switched over to Nestle (not in the USA) and The Hershey Company in the USA.

Toblerone

This is yet another candy bar that is highly liked upon many people. However, like the previous candy bar, most people don’t actually know the history that it comes with. The Toblerone candy bar was originally created by Theodor Tobler in 1908. He created this in Bern, Switzerland. It wasn’t just Theodor that came up with this candy bar. His cousin, Emil Baumann was in on this with him to create such a magnificent piece of chocolate. They wanted to come up with something unique. They fortunately, succeeded with that by far. They made the chocolate with nougat, honey, and almonds. They also made sure it had a unique, triangle shape. The triangle shape of the Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps is actually believed that’s what gave Theodor Tobler the inspiration to go for the shape of the Toblerone. Theodor went on to get a patent for this candy bar in 1970. Today, Toblerone is manufactured by Bern- Brunnen in Swiss City.

Rolo

There are among several people who love this caramel, chocolate candy. The creator of this chocolate candy was Jasper T. Rolo. He created Rolo’s in the UK. Mackintosh’s were who was with him on this creation. Rolos were first sold in 1937. They were produced in 1994 in Norwich. There have been restaurants like McDonald’s who have used rolo candy pieces in their ice cream. McDonald’s uses it in one of their McFlurries. These candy pieces are now under license through The Hershey Company. The Hershey Company has has the license since 1969. Although this candy bar is under new license, it’s still has the most outrageous taste ever. The chocolate reviews can stand up to that statement for sure

Author Bio:

Marlene is a professional blogger and writes about chocolate reviews and updates about the new chocolate bars in the market.