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chocri On Epicurious & Top 5 chocri Bar Names

Author: Carmen | January 29, 2010 | Top-Bar-Names

Yay, chocri is getting some great recognition by THE food website in the U.S. and possibly worldwide: Epicurious!

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Chosen as one of the few from a vast "flood" (so they say) of Valentine's Day chocolate contenders, here's what Epicurious had to say:

Chocri Customized Chocolate Bars

"If you're having trouble finding just the right chocolate for your special someone, it's time to go custom. Chocri, a German company that recently started filling orders in the U.S., makes customizable bars using organic fair trade chocolate from Belgium (bars start at $3.90). Customers choose dark, milk, or white chocolate, then pick from a selection of 80 plus toppings (there are 10 billion possible combinations). We created three pretty dynamite bars: milk chocolate with roasted almonds, cinnamon, and cayenne pepper; dark chocolate with sour cherries, cornflakes, sea salt, and toasted hazelnuts; and dark chocolate with hazelnut brittle and sea salt. To further personalize your gift, give your bar a name, which will appear on the package."

Here's the link to the actual article.

Speaking of names, here are the Top 5 chocri bar names of the week:

  • Corn Dog (Milk Chocolate with Colorful Chocolate Dragées and Marshmallow)

  • Tuscany (Milk Chocolate with Rosemary and Pine Nuts)

  • The Bling Bar (Dark Chocolate with Real Gold Flakes, Golden Pearls, Silver Pearls and Star Decoration)

  • Chocolate Thunder (Dark Chocolate with Caramel Chocolate Drops, Marzipan Rose, Golden Pearls, Marshmallow and Mini Cookies)

  • Dark Chocolate Lovin' | Lights The Fire of Desire (Dark Chocolate with Sour Cherries, Hazelnut Brittle, Strawberry Chocolate Drops, Cayenne Pepper and Black Sesame)

Obviously, a lot of the bar names this week were Valentine's Day themed.
Don't forget, the last day to order for Valentine's Day is February 1!

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