German Chocolate Review (Kinder Riegel)

For my first post, I have decided to review something a little exotic. My dad bought  chocolate bar  from Switzerland (it’s actually a German candy), and I heard from my dad that “Kinder Riegel”, the sweet I’m reviewing here is very common in Europe. In case you’re wondering, the name of this candy comes from the name of it’s creator (Hans Riegel) and the word for children in German (Kinder!!).

Here’s a picture of the wrapper:

The Wrapper

My description of this chocolate would be “little chocolate pockets with a milky cream filling”. I make it sound so good don’t I ?

Now is time to taste the chocolate…. The chocolate at first seems like your regular milk chocolate. Soon though, you’ll taste the rich creamy filling. It tastes a lot softer and richer than a regular Hershey’s bar, and it feels like the cream is going to melt in your mouth.

Okay, here’s the sum up:

Presentation: Although you probably wouldn’t know that this was chocolate based on the wrapper, the chocolate itself looks pretty good, but not fancy.

Taste: Very delicious. I love the creamy milk filling. It goes perfectly with chocolate, and it kind of blends in.

Price: The price for a box of 10 on Amazon is $9.49. That means one bar is a little less than a dollar each, which is a little pricey. Here’s a link to the Kinder Riegel chocolate on Amazon:

http://www.amazon.com/Kinder-Riegel-Chocolate-Sticks-10s/dp/B000MUT900

Overall: Definitely a good chocolate. An interesting twist on your standard American chocolate bar.

Buy Again: Yes! Definitely!

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