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Milk Chocolate Rechteck 100g with Spicy Volcano Cashews, Cinnamon, Fleur de Sel, Raisins and Caramel Pieces


Milk ChocolateVolcano Cashews (Spicy!)CinnamonFleur de Sel (Sea Salt)RaisinsCaramel Pieces
Milk Chocolate
  • Volcano Cashews (Spicy!)
  • Cinnamon
  • Fleur de Sel (Sea Salt)
  • Raisins
  • Caramel Pieces
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Toppings

Volcano Cashews (Spicy!)
Turn up the heat! The Volcano-Cashews are coated with chili and cayenne pepper, making those who order this hot ingredient the bravest of chocolate eaters! Cayenne pepper has medicinal properties and is used to treat Arthritis. So if you think you have what it takes, add spicy cashews to your next Chocri.
Cinnamon
If you only enjoy cinnamon during the winter holidays, now is your chance to celebrate no matter what time of year it is! Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices in the world. The Portuguese explorer, Vasco da Gama was the first to introduce cinnamon to the European world, obviously for us to use on chocolate bars.
Fleur de Sel (Sea Salt)
This white “gold” celebrates its comeback with chocri! We source our fleur de sel from Portugal, so strictly speaking it is "Flor de Sal". Both terms mean "Flower of Salt", and this hand-harvested sea salt is one of the most expensive. It is collected by workers in the Atlantic in so-called "salt pans". If you look at a big heap of fleur de sel, it is often slightly grey because of the minerals contained in it. Most importantly though, it will taste fantastic on your chocolate bar.
Raisins
The raisin is the fruit of the raisin tree. Just kidding! Everyone knows that a raisin is just a dried grape! And although everyone can agree on what raisins are, not everyone can agree on whether or not they like them. Raisins evoke strong emotions; people either love them or hate them with a passion, and therefore the controversial ingredient is a must on our list!
Caramel Pieces
Toffee is a buttery version of caramel. Caramel itself is nothing else but sugar heated slowly to 340°F. That's pretty hot, as everyone knows who tried this at home before and burned their fingers because the caramel smells so tasty. But don't worry - the toffee pieces on your chocolate will have cooled down by the time you get them. Although your chocolate bar will still be "hot", only in a different sense.